Comfort Inn & Suites Suwanee - Sugarloaf
2945A Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd
Suwanee, GA 30024
Phone: (678) 714-7707
Fax: (678) 714-9677
As the name suggests, this park sits in the heart of the city, and is a popular meeting spot for its inhabitants. The park is well-landscaped with paved walkways and ample open spaces. While the park doesn't have a thick tree cover, strategically planted maple, gum and oak trees make for a picturesque sight. Pride of the park and a delight for the kids, is the Big Splash interactive fountain, the largest one in the county. The amphitheater within the park is host to numerous concerts and cultural events throughout the year.
The The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center (GEHC) lies in the city of Buford in Georgia, United States. This center is a heritage and environment facility and contains walking trails and green spaces. The lovely establishment contains a green roof which is the largest sloped vegetative roof in the Southeast region. One can sign up for group tours and visit their heritage sites that include old farmhouses, post office and a mill.
For a slice of the Middle Ages, the Medieval Times - Atlanta Castle is the perfect place to go with your family and friends. Experience the action at this dinner and show facility where six knights combat with swords and display expert horsemanship set in Medieval Spain. Explore the Hall of Arms and the torture museum. And then feast on the nobility fare of tomato bisque soup, garlic bread, roast chicken, herb mixed potatoes and decadent pastries. Reservations are highly recommended.
E.E. Robinson Park is the beloved park of the city of Sugar Hill. The vast park is inclusive of Softball and Soccer fields, Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball courts as well as play areas for kids. The fields and courts have impressive lightening facilities there by making E.E. Robinson Park an ideal venue for night tournaments as well. The Amphitheater and Park Pavilions that reside inside the park are available for renting, too. E.E. Robinson Park is a great place where families can spend a fun day together.
Built and designed in 1885, the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse was refurbished in 1908. It was done carefully so as to preserve its old world charm while simultaneously modernizing it. Keeping original elements such as the 4-story belfry, turret door, Palladian windows and false fireplaces intact, this courthouse is truly a gem. It can be hired for seminars, art exhibitions, wedding receptions, private parties and luncheons. Check website for further details.
This park was the site of a train depot in the 1840s, and an old caboose still sits on the property for you to explore. There is a mile-long trail that winds through 17 wooded acres, up to a flowing creek and back to the entrance. The park also features tennis and volleyball courts, as well as a playground and a picnic site. Leashed pets are welcome. Take Interstate 85 north to Pleasant Hill Road, turn left (west) and continue for about a couple miles to get here.
Celebrated Elisha Winn House is situated across the Dacula Road and was erected in 1812. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, every year, around October, it hosts the Elisha Winn fair. It currently comes under the purview of Gwinnett Historical Society.
Buford park is a lakefront park located in Buford. You can play some games at the basketball or volleyball fields or relax with friends and family at the picnic pavilions.
Buford Park is a small park with a beach located in the city of Buford. It is nestled along the Buford dam offering scenic views of the surrounding landscapes There is also a small swimming area on the beach open to the public. Pitch up your beach umbrellas and laze under the sun and enjoy.
Buford Dam is built on the beautiful river of Chattahoochee in the city of Buford. It harnesses the water from a nearby Chestatee river as well. Start the trail from Lower Pool Park and continue your expedition to discover the main riverbeds, views of the light house and the local flora and fauna.
Lake Lanier is a small water reservoir formed as a result of the construction of the Buford dam on the Chattahoochee river. The lake encloses an area of around 38000 acres (15378.054 hectares) and is used for the production of hydroelectricity and water supply to the city. You can come here for a boating or fishing trip or simply to enjoy the views.
Find your way through a maze of corn at the Buford Corn Maze. It is an intricate pattern of winding alleys cut through a corn field. A treat for adventurous children, it offers hay rides in wagons as well. Parents are advised to accompany children through the entire venue. The path is rocky and uneven, therefore, wear closed shoes while visiting.