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Suwanee vs Roswell

Posted 05-22-2021 at 08:43 PM by DreamOn08

Originally Posted by Born 2 Roll View Post
With outdoor recreational facilities and resources like the Suwanee Greenway Trail at Suwanee Creek Park, the expansive George Pierce Park, Settles Bridge Park, the Chattahoochee River National Recreational Area (Settles Bridge Unit), Sims Lake Park and the popular outdoor community gathering spot Suwanee Town Center, Suwanee appears to by far have the much better access to the outdoor recreational amenities that you desire, including nature/running/kayaking trails, fishing spots and adults pick up soccer games.

Suwanee is also located only a few miles away from all of the numerous outdoor recreational amenities of the expansive and multifaceted Lake Lanier, which is a notable water recreational area that is very popular and beloved with the residents of a landlocked Atlanta metropolitan area and North Georgia region.

Suwanee also provides excellent virtually-direct access (by way of Interstate 985) to the extremely popular and beloved scenic Blue Ridge and Southern Appalachian mountains region of North Georgia, Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee...

... An area which includes very popular outdoor recreational areas like Chattahoochee National Forest in North Georgia, Nanathala National Forest and Pisgah National Forest in southwestern North Carolina, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most popular national park in the U.S. which straddles the border between Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee.

Suwanee has less traffic congestion compared to the much more developed Roswell area.

Suwanee also has a significantly larger Asian community than Roswell.

For example, Asian students currently make up more than 27 percent of the student population at Suwanee’s North Gwinnett High School, but Asian students currently make up only about 3.5 percent of the student population at Roswell High School.

Both Suwanee (in the North Gwinnett school cluster of the Gwinnett County Public Schools system) and Roswell (in the Roswell HS cluster of the Fulton County Schools system) have excellent schools, though Suwanee schools rate the highest and are the most highly regarded between the two.

Suwanee appears to be the best choice for you and your family.
Thank you! This is super helpful. With low housing inventories - I thought maybe I should look into nearby cities/towns if something within my budget shows up. we visited Suwanee and we like it a lot.

To be honest, before we visited - on a spectrum of big city to back country I thought Suwanee would be closer to backcountry profile than being a city. I was wrong.
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