- TripBuzz found 351 things to do with kids in or near Johns Creek, Georgia, including 347 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Roswell, Marietta and Cumming.
- From Newtown Park to Pinot's Palette, the Johns Creek area offers 97 different types of family activities, including: Arts & Crafts Classes, Dog Park, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Parks.
- Located in Fulton County, Georgia is the affluent city of Johns Creek. A northeastern suburb of Atlanta, the city is a popular residential and tourist location. Points of interest include the areas rich music culture, a nature center, golf courses and the annual festivals including Family Fall Festival and Arts on the Creek.
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1890 Burnt Mountain Road, Ellijay, GA 30536 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy guided fly fishing trips through 7.5 miles of private waters with Reel'em In Guide Service - Private Tours. The tours offer the opportunity to catch both wild and private trophy trout.
A discount movie theater featuring 10 auditoriums, Cinemark Movies 10 displays second-run films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers a game room as well as a concession area with food and beverages.
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.
Hillcrest Orhcards is a family owned orchard and farmer's market known for its annual Apple Pickin' Jubilee where visitors get to pick their own apples from the orchards. Other attractions here include wagon rides, pig races, a petting zoo and a playground which features a 50 foot slide.
The spacious Reece Apple House is an apple orchard and produce market in Ellijay, Georgia. This family-owned business is a premier destination for apples, cider, confections, preserves and other delicious treats.
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Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN 37738 MoreLess Info
Cades Cove features a variety of scenic views that guests can enjoy from their cars, including forests and old buildings. Visitors of the site have also been known to spot a variety of animals during their travels.
Designed to preserve the history of Villa Rica gold mining, the Pine Mountain Gold Museum offers educational and interactive exhibits. Highlights include self-guided trails, live animals, gold and gemstone panning and the Pine Mountain Scenic Railroad.
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.