Duluth is located in Gwinnett County and is where around 27,000 people live. This is one of the best places to move in the United States, according to Forbes Magazine, as well as the most affordable suburb in the state, as cited by BusinessWeek Magazine. Visit the city on a bus charter in Duluth, Georgia and see if these magazines are telling the truth.
A bus charter in Duluth, Georgia can take you to the following places:
Arts, History & Culture. Check out the Southeastern Railway Museum where you could find different rolling stock collections, transportation equipment, and other railroad-related exhibits. You will find several interesting exhibits here, including a restored 1871 Duluth passenger train depot and a model railroad, and you can even go on a short train ride. You can also find the Superb here, which is a railroad car that was used by former U.S. President Warren G. Harding. The Superb is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You can always see what the Red Clay Theatre is up to and maybe you could catch an original theater production or a musical concert.
Restaurants & Shopping. Gwinnett Place Mall is a premiere regional shopping center that has close to 1.3 million sq. ft. of retail space and anchored by four big named retailers, including Macy's, Sears, and Mega Mart. Aside from the stores here, there is also a variety of dining options to choose from.
Golf Courses & Sports Venues. Watch the Gwinnett Gladiators of the ECHL at the Arena at Gwinnett Center. If you want golf, Duluth has the Sugarloaf Country Club. The golf course has hosted several high profile events, including the AT&T Classic and the Greater Gwinnett Championship. Other courses in the city that you can play in include Berkeley Hills Country Club, Peachtree Golf Center, the Hooch Golf Club, St. Ives Country Club, the Standard Club, and St. Marlo Country Club. Meanwhile, the kids will love Pirates Cove miniature golf course.
Parks & Outdoor Activities. The city oversees a handful of parks that you can go to if you want to have some fun outdoors. Bunten Road Park occupies 45 acres of space and has both active and passive recreational facilities. Play soccer, baseball, and tennis here, or just enjoy the walking trails, recreation center, and playgrounds. Also, Rogers Bridge Park has close to 17 acres of space and is ideal for private events. You can play volleyball here or use the boat ramp into the Chattahoochee River. You can also find the remains of the historic Rogers Bridge and a picnic pavilion as well.
With close to 48 acres of space, the Scott Hudgens Park welcomes around 3,000 visitors every day. It has four soccer fields, open spaces and a picnic pavilion. Younger kids, on the other hand, will love Taylor Park, which features a train-themed playground that has a train depot as well as a train set that includes a steam engine and caboose. Kids will also love the climbing equipment, the slides and the crawling equipment at the park.
Other parks in the city are Church Street Park, Festival Center, W.P. Jones Park, and Chattahoochee Dog Park.