You’ll find no shortage of things to do in this suburb of Atlanta
If you’re in Norcross, GA and looking for what to do, you’ll have no shortage of options to choose from. What could be better than finding something for the whole family without ever having to drive to the big city or getting caught in city traffic. From dinning out to outdoors sports there’s something for everyone.
The best part of the city is it’s downtown, and perfect for window shopping. Take in the scenery with a casual stroll and view beautifully preserved historic and buildings and specialty boutiques there is no shortage of cute shops, Learn more about Norcross.
If you outdoor person, Norcross is chalk full of amazing parks. Looking for fun with the children? Check out the several fountains, interactive splash pad, gazebo, and volleyball area in the 5-acre Lillian Webb Community Park. Rose Brundage Park located on Autry St NW is great from family gatherings, it offers large picnic pavilions, playgrounds, basketball and softball fields. Swing by Thrasher Park and enjoy summer concerts on its public green space with an amphitheater. Let the little ones play conductor in the train playground.
If you enjoy trails Best Friends Park is a must. A 43-acre green park you are sure to find a favorite trail. Refresher yourself in the 2 pools, play tennis or basket on the Gwinnett County government operated courts.
If you find yourself near Britt Road hop on over to Lucky Shoals Park and take advantage of the gorgeous playground, basketball and tennis courts, walking trails and many picnic areas.
If you or your family members are athletes, Norcross has a number of sports leagues to join, including football, soccer, baseball and swimming. There’s a multitude of programs and classes for children and adults all over the city, Things to do in Norcross.
With all that exercise you may be getting hungry and there’s plenty restaurants to eat at. In Norcross you’ll find many diverse restaurants from taverns to Cuban to Thai. Top places to eat include Mojito’s Cuban American bistro and Dominick’s of historic Norcross a bustling Italian chain with a classic menu.
For lunch head over to Bleu House cafe on Holcomb Bridge Road, or Cheeseburgers Bobby’s on Peachtree Pkwy and choose from a selection of burgers, sandwiches or salad. If you want to try something out of the ordinary or have a private event visit the elegant Grace 1720 and taste fine American cuisine and unwind with a wine in a stylish atmosphere.
Norcross also hosting a variety of outdoor festival and special events thought out the year. Slotin Folk Festival is held every August and is known as the largest folk art festival with over 100 exhibitors. The Norcross splash festival is held in October and draws crowds of over 20,000 each year. Experience the charming downtown streets in historic Norcross with these wonderful artists. the city is full of vibrant arts community no wonder the Lionhearted Theater Company is such a hit, with strong performances every year, drama workshop and day camps for your children. The Kudzu Art Zone also offers workshops, classes, and visual arts exhibits, learn more here.
Directions from Norcross to AA Granite Fabricator Direct
from Norcross High School, 5300 Spalding Dr, Norcross, GA 30092
to AA Granite Fabricator Direct, 4235 Steve Reynolds Blvd, Norcross, GA 30093
16 min (6.2 miles)
via Ingram Rd
Fastest route, lighter traffic than usual
Norcross High School
5300 Spalding Dr, Norcross, GA 30092
Head east on Spalding Dr toward Spalding Terrace
Turn right onto Medlock Bridge Rd
Use any lane to turn left onto Langford Rd NW
Continue onto Old Norcross Rd
Turn right onto Ingram Rd
Turn right onto Pond Rd
Turn right onto Satellite Blvd
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto GA-378 E
Turn right onto Steve Reynolds Blvd
Destination will be on the right
AA Granite Fabricator Direct
4235 Steve Reynolds Blvd, Norcross, GA 30093