- TripBuzz found 351 things to do with kids in or near Roswell, Georgia, including 326 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Marietta, Cumming and Decatur.
- From Aurora Cineplex & Minigolf to Sprayground at Riverside Park, the Roswell area offers 96 different types of family activities, including: Historic Sites, Parks, Hiking Trails and Movie Theaters.
- As Georgia's eighth largest city, Roswell has much to offer to locals and visitors. The scenic city, home to picturesque waterfalls, historical structures and lush green parks, features many creeks, lakes and rivers, offering many water recreation opportunities. Other points of interest include over fifteen local parks and annual festivals including Roswell Roots: A Festival of Black History & Culture and the Roswell Magnolia Storytelling Festival.
Big Creek Park MTB Trail has 6.8 miles of mountain biking trails that include dirt jumps, pump tracks and a freeride area for experts designed with gravity riders in mind. The nature trail can be used for jogging.
Hembree Park Recreation Center is a park with a walking trail, tennis courts, a playground, batting cages, baseball fields and a pavilion with benches and grills. Their indoor center features a game room and two basketball courts.
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Showing the latest blockbusters, Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains Village offers visitors a dining and movie experience with seats fitted with trays to eat from. The theater often plays reruns of classic films.
Barrington Hall once served as the home of Barrington King, one of the founding fathers of Roswell, and now, with the original furnishings restored, is open to public for guided informative tours about local history.
Covering 127 acres, Chattahoochee Nature Center is popular among wildlife watchers for its variety of animals. The local residents are mostly animals which were rescued from life-threatening situations and which didn't manage to adapt to wilderness again.
A Southern Trilogy is a collection of three historic antebellum homes namely the Barrington Hall with its Greek-Revival style architecture, the Bulloch Hall which served as the home of President Roosevelt's mother and the Smith Plantation established by the town's founding fathers.