Visit the energetic city that sings with the arts. Minutes north of metro Atlanta, a day in Johns Creek could be spent fishing and picnicking along the banks of the Chattahoochee, hiking at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center or dining at eateries serving up sumptuous offerings from around the globe before ending the night with an all-professional symphony serenade. Rest and refresh at one of two Johns Creek hotels: Hilton Garden Inn Johns Creek or Hyatt Place Johns Creek. The city's lush and verdant landscape, with trees and flowers blooming nearly year-round, paints a picturesque scene for making memories. Johns Creek is a young city, but we like to say we are the right distance from everything.
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12000 Findley Rd. Ste 400
Johns Creek, GA 30097
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Take a relaxing stroll in one of the town’s many parks or hike a wooded nature trail. Feeling more adventurous? Find opportunities to raft the beautiful Chattahoochee River nearby. Up for something more glamorous? Find something uniquely for you in our local boutiques or regain your inner peace with
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678-538-1200Chattahoochee River Environmental Education Center (CREEC) is located in the Jones Bridge unit in Johns Creek, Ga. It is used for scheduled school field trips, conferences... Find Out More
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