One of the fastest-growing cities in Georgia throughout the 1990s, Suwanee, home today to about 10,500 residents, has worked hard to retain its charm and sense of neighborliness.The City is using voter-approved bond funds to preserve open space and create new parks. In addition, Suwanee is committed to preserving and enhancing its historic area, providing outstanding services to citizens and businesses, and fostering a true sense of community. Not only is Suwanee an excellent place to live, work, and play, it's a great place to call home.
It is time to run...walk...pedal...stroll...and roll! The Suwanee Creek Greenway is a hard-surface, multipurpose trail that meanders through four miles of wooded areas, wetlands, and wildlife habitat. The original trail was constructed in the early 1990s; a three-mile extension was opened in May 2004. The greenway connects nearly 400 acres of parkland as well as residential and commercial areas.
Walkers, joggers, bikers, rollerbladers, and others can access the trail at a variety of locations. The trailhead is located at Suwanee Creek Park, 1170 Buford Highway.