- TripBuzz found 348 things to do with kids in or near Alpharetta, Georgia, including 330 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Roswell, Marietta and Cumming.
- From Alpharetta City Pool to Go With It Farm, the Alpharetta area offers 94 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Golf and Theaters.
- An upscale neighborhood in Greater Metropolitan Atlanta, Alpharetta offers an array of specialty and boutique shopping. Its residents can also enjoy recreation and fun activities at its skating center, many parks or outdoor amphitheater where the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has formerly played. And with a vibrant downtown area, the city has been recognized by Forbes as a fast-growing community.
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7101 Hwy 166, Douglasville, GA 30135 MoreLess Info
A park area administered by the Douglas County Parks and Recreation department, Dog River Reservoir Recreational Complex offers a variety of amenities for visitors, including hiking trails, a pavilion, and a fishing pier.
An outdoor space for the entire community to enjoy, McCurry Park provides facilities for group sports including soccer, baseball and football. There is also a playground and a covered sitting area for picnics and other gatherings.
Produce doesn't get fresher than it is at Southern Belle Farm in McDonough, Georgia. The farm produces peaches, strawberries, eggs, corn and other delicious items. This seasonal farm welcomes visitors in the spring, summer and early autumn.
Located near the Cartecay and Coosawatee rivers, Boogie Rivers Tubing Company is a business offering tubing, kayaking, and canoe trips to its visitors. Guests commonly enjoy relaxing, enjoying the picturesque setting, and observing the local wildlife on their trip.
The sprawling Ellijay Marketplace is an auction house, flea market and vender co-op offering a rich assortment of goods. Common items sold here include antique furniture, handmade candles, knit goods, artwork, vintage clothing, handmade lace and other home furnishings.
Located on the spot where Cherokee Indians lived before they were banished, Gold n Gem Grubbin' is facing a 7 acre-wide lake and is the right place for panning for gems. It was featured on the show Cash and Treasures on Travel Channel.