Duluth Town Green & Festival Center, Duluth, GA
About Duluth, GA
Duluth, GA in West Central Gwinnett County offers a higher quality of life. In the spirit of good living, concerts, festivals, movies (aka “Flicks on the Bricks”), seasonal Food Truck Fridays-in-Duluth, and many more events attract families from all around to the beautifully planned Town Green, a center of the magnificently-restored 100% pedestrian-friendly downtown district that includes Parson's Alley, recreation, arts, entertainment, shopping and more.
Where is Duluth, GA?
Duluth, GA is in West Central Gwinnett County around 20 miles Cheshire Bridge Road in Northeast Atlanta.
Formerly known as Howell's Cross Roads, Duluth GA was chartered in 1876 and incorporated in 1906 as Gwinnett County's fourth city. More recently, it has been named among the best affordable suburbs in America by Businessweek and Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for the city's commitment to the revitalization and management of the downtown and neighborhood commercial district. Among other accolades, it is frequently recognized among the Best in the Region for Events and Creative Efforts by the Southeastern Festivals and Events Association.
The second largest city in Gwinnett County with 32,000+ residents appeals to those who prefer the best of amenities, offering a good mix of higher-end schools, several museums, and city parks that host programs for the entire family. The local Southeastern Railway Museum is rated among the best history and specialty museums in Georgia while McDaniel Farm Park is among the most highly rated things to do in the state. Add in the community garden at the Duluth Historical Society and Museum, bikeways and sidewalks that connect all parts of the city, affluent and affordable housing options, and healthcare at the Northside Hospital Duluth Location, and it becomes clear that Duluth, Georgia has it all.
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More about the Duluth, GA
Golf Courses: Peachtree Family Golf Center/The Hooch Golf Club
Parks: Abbots Bridge Recreation Area, Bunten Road Park, Chattahoochee Dog Park, Church Street Park, Duluth Town Green, Rogers Bridge Park, Scott Hudgens Park, Shorty Howell Park, Taylor Park, W.P. Jones Memorial Park
Continuing Education: Shorter University
Public Libraries: Duluth Branch
Shopping Destinations: Aldi, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Costco, Gwinnett Place Mall, Home Depot, Kohl's, Kroger, Marshalls, Publix, SAM's Club, Sprouts, Staples, Walmart, Southeastern Railway Museum
Frequently Asked Questions about Duluth, GA.
How far is Duluth, GA from Atlanta, GA?
The Duluth, GA City Hall is around 21 miles Northeast of Cheshire Bridge Road in Northeast Atlanta, GA when traveling I 85.
What County is Duluth, GA in?
Duluth, GA is currently the third largest city in Metro Atlanta's Gwinnett County, GA.
How far is the drive from Duluth, GA to Lawrenceville, GA?
The Duluth, GA City Hall is around ten miles Northwest of 1400 Lawrenceville Highway, one of the southwestern Lawrenceville, GA City Limits.
What is the distance from Norcross, GA to Duluth, GA?
The Duluth, GA City Hall is around five miles Northeast of Langford Road NW in Norcross, GA.