It’s not the typical Cancun or Miami spring break party atmosphere, but there are plenty of spring break ideas in Gwinnett, Georgia for those who’d like a change of pace. Gwinnett County has over 8000 acres of parks full of fun activities you are sure to enjoy.
- Campgrounds–Gwinnett, Georgia has an abundance of campgrounds that range from the old fashioned camping experience to a more luxurious camping experience. Whether from a tent or RV to plush rooms at resorts where lodging is situated right in the midst of scenic nature, there a number of activities to participate in such as hiking, fishing and swimming.
- Lake Lanier Islands Resort–Lake Lanier Islands is a beautiful lakeside resort in Gwinnett County that has a wealth of activities to do during spring break. Enjoy the beach or the water park which boasts as having the largest wave pool in Georgia. Practice your swing on the resorts golf course. Go horseback riding at the Equestrian Center. You can’t go wrong with so much to do in one place. For lodging information call 1-800-840-LAKE.
- Sight See–Georgia is full of rich American history. While a history lesson may be the last thing on your mind when taking a vacation from school, it may interest you to take a drive through Gwinnett’s historic district to see homes, plantations and courthouses that have been standing since the 1800s.
- Water Sports and Activities–Rent a cabin and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Chattahoochee River by kayaking, tubing or canoeing. You don’t have to worry about bringing your own gear. Up The River Outfitters is a local company that will supply all of your water adventure needs. For more information call (770) 614-3322.
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