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Sugar Hill’s outdoor recreation venues

We all want to live in a community that has a little bit of everything, which makes Sugar Hill in Gwinnett County a great candidate for a place to live. If family-friendly neighborhoods, good schools, and local services aren’t enough to entice you to relocate, maybe these outdoor recreation venues will.

1. Gary Pirkle Park
6195 Austin Garner Road

If you’re looking for plenty of space to run around, relax, or just take a stroll, Gary Pirkle Park is the best place to be. This 67-acre park is home to five multi-purpose fields, three of which are synthetic turf. Also, for kids (and kids at heart), Gary Pirkle Park has a giant playground, sheltered from the heat of the sun by a 90′ solar-powered shelter pavilion. One of many, Gary Pirkle Park has several picnic pavilions and restrooms scattered throughout the facility. You can also, make yourself comfortable in one of the viewing grandstands for any perfect view of any ongoing game. It’s the perfect place for an afternoon of family fun!

2. Sugar Hill Golf Club
6094 Suwanee Dam Road

Opened to the public in 1992, Sugar Hill Golf Club is the go-to destination of avid golfers in the area. It’s located in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains, making its golf courses beautifully scenic. Aside from the 18-hole golf course, Sugar Hill Golf Club has several facilities, including a full-service Pro Shop, a driving range and practice green, as well as a full-service bar and grill. A banquet and conference facility is available upon request for formal events and special occasions.

3. Sugar Hill Town Green
5030 West Broad Street

Located within walking distance from Sugar Hill’s community center and city hall, the Sugar Hill Town Green is a quaint little spot frequented by locals and visitors. One of its main attractions is a 35-foot open-air gazebo, where you can cool off from the Georgia heat and enjoy the shade. What makes Sugar Hill Town Green so special, however, is its collection of commemorative marble bricks. You can customize your own white marble brick, and have it placed in any of three special spots: the Veterans Memorial area, the Verdin town clock, or near the gazebo.

4. Sugar Hill City Lawn and Amphitheater
5039 West Broad Street

Located just behind the city hall, the Sugar Hill City Lawn and Amphitheater is one of the best spots to enjoy an outdoor stage production or concert. The amphitheater can comfortably sit a thousand people, making it a popular venue for concerts and movie screenings. It’s also a popular spot for a number of private events, which can be arranged by calling the local Parks and Recreation department.

Sugar Hill, GA is indeed a fine place to live. Explore the real estate opportunities that await you here by getting in touch with me at CCourville@CCourville.com or 678-618-0382.

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