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Sugar Hill, GA, a family-oriented residential community, is located in northwest Gwinnett County near Lake Lanier and the Chattahoochee River where some 23,000 residents and visitors enjoy the finest in modern dining, entertainment, outdoor enjoyment, and more. Follow Sugar Hill, GA on Pinterest.
Sugar Hill, Georgia, is believed to have been the place where a freight wagon from a Buford Rail Stop spilled a load of sugar all over, well, a hill on the way to Cumming, GA. While the accuracy of that local legend is left to one's own judgment, it is clear that the area has grown quite a bit since incorporating in 1939 to become the fourth largest city in Gwinnett County. Already desirable for affordable homes, top-tier schools, outdoor opportunities, and more, the city has created a charming new downtown experience where classic architecture adorns brick-lined streets and families assemble to dine, party, entertain, and otherwise enjoy the natural beauty along with local treasures like the Bowl, the Eagle Theatre, and the E Center, exceptional parks, a 16.5-mile greenway, a gorgeous golf course, The Sugar Hill Art Gallery & History Museum, and active community groups.
A new City Hall and Town Center with turn-of-the-century architecture, walkways, a splash park, and more serves as a venue for free movies, branded "Reels on the Lawn" while nationally popular acts appear at the award-winning, 1650-seat Bowl at Sugar Hill Outdoor Amphitheatre. The new 43,000 square-foot E Center is home to a mixed-use development, a 400-seat theater, gym, recreation center, community rooms, and office space while the Eagle Theatre and Performing Arts Center hosts national touring shows, local productions, and other entertainment. There's also the Sugar Hill Art Gallery and History Museum, SHINE District, home to a host of dining options and more outdoor entertainment with even more mixed-use and other developments planned. The Suite Spot is the local small business incubator while Gary Pirkle Park is home to a wide variety of other amenities including a community garden.
More about Sugar Hill, GA
Sugar Hill Events: Events Calendar, The Bowl at Sugar Hill
Public High Schools: Lanier, North Gwinnett
Public Libraries: Buford-Sugar Hill Branch
Transit: Bus service is available to Downtown Atlanta Destinations from the Park & Ride on Buford Drive at I-985 and Midtown Atlanta from the Park & Rides at Hamilton Mill on Sardis Church Road, the Mall of Georgia and Sugarloaf Mills. Bus service is also available from the Sugarloaf Mills Park & Ride to Buckhead, Dunwoody, Emory University and the Doraville MARTA Station where buses connect 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.
Zip Codes: 30518
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sugar Hill, GA
Where is Sugar Hill, GA?
Sugar Hill, GA is in Northern Gwinnett County about 32 miles Northeast of the City of Atlanta. The city is easily accessible from Interstates 85, 985, and Georgia Highway 400. What are the things to do in Sugar Hill GA?
What county is Sugar Hill, GA in?
Sugar Hill is in Gwinnett County in Northeast Metro Atlanta.
How far is Sugar Hill GA from Atlanta GA?
Sugar Hill is 32 miles Northeast of Cheshire Bridge Road in Northeast Atlanta, GA when traveling I-85.