- TripBuzz found 233 things to do with kids in or near Buford, Georgia, including 215 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Roswell, Cumming, Lawrenceville and Duluth.
- From Lake Lanier Beach & Water Park to Lake Lanier Islands Resort - Lanierworld, the Buford area offers 96 different types of family activities, including: Water Parks, Parks, Horseback Riding and Boat Rentals.
- A small suburb of Atlanta, Buford is home to the Mall of Georgia, the largest shopping facility in the state. Other recreational and entertainment venues in the area include several parks, a community center and the Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center, a cultural museum celebrating the history of the Cherokee and Creek people.
Home to the ruins of an 1800s mill, Old Mill Park features hiking trails that connect to the Chattahoochee River trail system. The park offers a covered bridge, picnic tables, a waterfall and areas suitable for photography.
Red Door Playhouse provides art educational programs and performances to children and adults. They offer a range of youth and adult services including Improv Classes. Patrons can also visit the art gallery and purchase artwork on display.
Rainforest Mini Golf is a 36-hole miniature golf course that is decorated with real stone, running waterfalls, and realistic animal models. The facility features amenities including a private party room and cotton candy.
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5500 Bermuda Road, Stone Mountain, GA 30087 MoreLess Info
Rainforest Golf of Stone Mountain offers indoor and outdoor recreational amenities. Their miniature golf course features diverse holes along with running waterfalls, shade trees and benches while indoor facilities include a private party room and parlour-style ice cream.
Two areas compose the 24-acre Meridian Park, including an outdoor recreational site and an indoor community center. The outdoor park has one mile of walking paths, a playground, and picnic tables while the community center features two gymnasiums, classrooms, and an indoor walking track.
Organized group sports are the primary focus of West Walton Park, which covers 50 acres of land. Visitors can access eight baseball/softball fields, two football fields, three concession stands, two playgrounds, walking paths throughout the whole park, and public restrooms.