Gwinnett County is one of Atlanta’s fastest-growing suburbs, and there are plenty of reasons why. The area is dotted with 8,000 acres of parks and ballfields, not including Coolray Field, home of the Atlanta Brave’s AAA team. Golf lovers have plenty of options in Gwinnett, including the Fred Couples-designed Hamilton Mill Golf Club. Gwinnett’s Atlanta Athletic Club hosted the 2011 PGA Championship, and is undoubtedly one of the region’s very best courses. Gwinnett County residents have a wealth of shopping options thanks to the Mall of Georgia and the boutiques at the Avenue Webb Ginn.
Norcross is a place where historic Victorian and Craftsman architecture is the backdrop for a lively cultural scene. The city’s eminently walkable downtown is home to the Lionheart Theater, and to a diverse dining scene with local favorites like 45 South Cafe, Iron Horse Tavern, and Dominick’s. The city’s eclectic shops include A Taste of Britian, for wannabe Brits and actual homesick ones. Norcross’ annual ArtFest, Bluesberry Festival, and Car Fayre draws visitors from around the state.
Other nearby suburbs in Gwinnett County include Buford, Duluth, and Norcross. They all manage maintain the charm of small communities, while offering an easy proximity to the big city. Residents can take advantage of attractions like the Suwannee Creek Park, the Tannery Row Artists Colony, and the Arena at Gwinnett Center.
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