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About Berkeley Lake, GA
Berkeley Lake, Georgia, formerly a summer retreat of fishing cabins, is a small community of 2000+, in around eight neighborhoods of lake homes. It offers green space, views of the town's namesake 88-acre lake, events like the Sunday Kind of Groove Concert Series, the annual Independence Day Celebration, and conveniences to the top-end perimeter (I-285) just a little over seven miles away.
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The area has been committed to controlled, wise growth since being incorporated in 1956 when the residents sought electricity, phone lines, and other amenities. Since that time, the Western Gwinnett County Community between Duluth and Peachtree Corners has held designations as an Urban Wildlife Sanctuary and Tree City USA since 1999 which recently included the Growth Award.
Transit: The Ride Gwinnett Transit Stop at The Forum on Peachtree Parkway connects with the Doraville MARTA Station Monday through Saturday where bus routes are available to Buckhead, the Centers for Disease Control, Dekalb-Peachtree Airport and Tucker, GA. In addition, the MARTA Gold Line Train Route starts at the Doraville Station and terminates at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport with stops at popular Metro Atlanta business, entertainment, and other hubs.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Berkeley Lake, GA
Where is Berkeley Lake, GA?
The small City of Berkeley Lake, GA is located along the west central border of Gwinnett County around 25 miles Northeast of Downtown Atlanta. Some nearby residences in unincorporated Gwinnett County also use Berkeley Lake, GA as their address.
How is the commute from Berkeley Lake GA to Atlanta, GA?
Expect the drive from downtown Atlanta to Berkeley Lake, GA during rush hours to take around an hour or so. Mass Transit options are available at the Forum on Peachtree Parkway.
Is Berkeley Lake Private?
While the beautiful City of Berkeley Lake, GA is ungated and open to those who show respect to the community, Berkeley Lake, the actual body of water, is private and available for use only to the residents who call the city home.