Suburban Extended Stay Hotel of Gainesville-ATL
1115 Jesse Jewell Parkway SW
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 533-9433
Fax: (770) 503-9380
1115 Jesse Jewell Parkway SW, Gainesville, GA, US, 30501
- Phone: (770) 533-9433
- Fax: (770) 503-9380
This carousel is an imported, 18 foot Venetian Carousel which is exquisitely crafted and operational for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
This beautifully restored cabin was the home of Chief Whitepath, a leader at the time of the Trail of Tears. The cabin has been converted into a museum which displays exhibits of Cherokee and Early American artifacts.
Many fascinating experiences await you at this heavily wooded 1,200 acre natural history museum and nature center complex that features exhibits such as please-touch fish, amphibians, reptiles, and a 300 gallon trout tank, as well as a live animal display, a native plant garden, 12 miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, a nature shop, and interactive experiences in the Chicopee Woods Nature Preserve.
One of the premier boating facilities in Georgia, this full service marina has been serving Lake Lanier boaters for over 40 years and offers new and used boats, wet and dry storage facilities, supply parts, a restaurant, hot showers, and a recreation room.
A family amusement park which features two 18 hole championship miniature golf courses, six baseball or softball automatic batting cages, sand volleyball and badminton courts, and covered baseball training tunnels.
These two national forests offer a wide range of recreational opportunities including winding hiking trails through scenic mountains and rolling hills, camping, canoeing, white water rafting, picnicking, ATV trails, horseback riding, gold panning, fishing, and scenic byways. The Chattahoochee National Forest covers almost 750,000 acres while the Oconee National Forest covers over 115,000 acres. The famous 2,135 mile Appalachian Trail begins at this location.
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.
Lake Lanier's premiere marina facility, this marina is situated on 50 sprawling acres and offers many services including a huge fuel dock, a ship's store, complete repair services, bathhouses, laundry facilities, and a restaurant.
A fun place for the whole family, Lake Lanier Islands' Beach & Waterpark features rides, slides, and water attractions such as the FunDunker
This expansive park located centrally in the city offers numerous facilities for sporting enthusiasts. The park boasts of four baseball and softball fields as well as a t-ball field. Children can play to their heart's content at the dedicated play area, while the picturesque trail is great for long walks. Besides this, the park has a general playground as well as two picnic pavilions. Check website for more.
This sprawling park located north of the city center is a popular avenue for sports and some fun outdoors. One end of the sprawling park offers an extensive array of sports facilities ranging from baseball and softball fields and tennis courts to football fields and even a golf course. Besides this, the park houses an indoor recreation center offering a fitness centers, basketball courts and event facilities. Biking enthusiasts can utilize the picturesque mountain bike trail, while nature-lovers can explore the lush expanse. There are picnic pavilions as well. Check website for more.
A magical exotic animal and wildlife preserve that features over 100 animals of many different species and allows visitors to enjoy walking around and even feeding some of the animals. Picnic tables and a children's playground are also on site.