3 things I love about sugar Hill, Georgia

First is the Bowl at Sugar Hill (https://thebowlatsugarhill.com/) and the downtown community center vibe. The beautiful City Center has so much to do throughout the year. In the winter they have a beautiful ice skating rink(https://www.haidrink.com/) to enjoy & amazing holiday decor.

Sugar Hill, City Center Christmas Time

In the summer there’s a splash pad and water play area for the kids. There is covered seating and a grassy area as well as easily accessible parking and bathrooms! Throughout the summer months there are outdoor concerts (https://thebowlatsugarhill.com/eventschedule/) and movie theaters. There is so much to do within a very clean and comfortable space. Including a patio dinner at Central City Tavern (https://centralcitytavern.com/) or Coffee at Rushing Trading Co (https://rushingtradingco.com/). It really is fun for everyone.

#2 is EE Robinson,(650 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Sugar Hill 30518) Multi purpose complex not to be confused with EE robinson baseball complex(885 Level Creek Road, Sugar Hill 30518). They are in 2 different locations, so be aware which one you are searching for when plugging into your gps.

EE Robinson on Peachtree

This is one of the first parks we came to and my mind was blown, it is a total of 66 acres.  The first thing we loved is the versatile play area, for bigger and smaller kids, all in one place so you can monitor them easily. Second was the splash pad with ample seating

EE Robinson Splash pad covered seating area

while watching your crazies do their worst! There is also a huge green space and another huge covered pavilion with tons of picnic tables

EE Robinson, Gwinnett Covered pavilion for party rentals

This park is also home to Lanier High school football (feeder schools) & the field is gorgeous. If there’s one thing I know for sure the south loves their football and sports and it shows with the care and thoughtfulness that has been given to planning these parks! There are also lit tennis courts and walking trails. Everything is so green and clean and it’s super easy to find. 

Last but not least is Gary Pirkle park, it’s not your typical park! It’s bigger than it appears as a matter of fact it’s 67 acres and offers some great amenities. The soccer and football turf fields are amazing and so are the grass fields. I’ve never seen anything so clean and plush. My 5 year old gets to enjoy fields without ankle injury.

Gary Pirkle Park, soccer from Jennifer Lewis Realtor (470)326-7077

There are beautiful flat walking trails that weave throughout the park with a creek. If you’re not into sports you’ll want to bring your kids here to play in the huge covered play area! It’s great for that unpredictable Georgia weather. Parking is easy and there’s a restroom and picnic tables close to the pavilion. After all this playing we love to stop into Reveille.(https://reveillecafe.com/) They have the best pancakes, I’m not sure what they put in them, but we are hooked! 

There are so many wonderful things about this area, I’m so glad to have been able to share my favorites. We didn’t move here for the parks, but it certainly has made the transition easier! We love them. You can also book private parties etc. THANK you Gwinnett County! (https://www.gwinnettcounty.com/web/gwinnett/Departments/CommunityServices/ParksandRecreation)

For more information about this area or homes for sale around Sugar Hill, Georgia please contact Jennifer Lewis, (470)326-7077 or email Jennifer@BuyAndSellinSugarHill.com or MoveToGeorgia.org.

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