The City of Gainesville, GA is surrounded by the most visited Corps of Engineers Lake in the country with 38,000 acres of water and 692 miles of shoreline.
Enjoy this one of a kind walking tour that begins with the Sun on the Gainesville Square and continues through the Rock Creek Greenway all the way to Lake Lanier.
100 acres of pure golf! Enjoy the plush bermuda fairways, undulating bent grass greens, and the gorgeous mountain skyline while playing a round of golf on Lake Knickerbocker.
Opened in 1996 as the site for the Canoe, Kayak, and Rowing summer Olympic Games the venue now serves as a training facility for rowers & paddlers, offers kayak rentals for locals and visitors and includes beautiful hiking trails and a beach front picnic area.
Swim year round at this indoor/outdoor world of water. Enjoy 3-story body slides, interactive water elements, and zero depth entry as well as a competition pool, warm water pool and wellness room.
The Greenway is approximately two miles of tree canopied trails connecting Gainesville’s Downtown Square to beautiful Lake Lanier. Amenities include tennis courts, a courtesy boat dock and fishing pier
This hands-on Children’s Museum offers role playing and practical experiences for young bankers, grocery store clerks, doctors, firemen and much more. Most of all, it’s just plain fun!
One of the premier nature centers in Georgia, Elachee consists of a woodland refuge and an interactive museum that will excite and educate visitors of all ages.
This first class soccer facility offers nine playing fields on 89 acres. ACSC facilitates all usage of the complex by the local service providers for youth and adult leagues.
Located on the shores of Lake Lanier, Lanier Point Softball Complex is one of the premier athletic facilities in the Southeast.
The Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association promotes land access, trail preservation, and new trail development for all mountain bicyclists in the southeastern United States.