Availability for Atlanta, GA (Alpharetta) between May 28, 2015 - June 4, 2015
140Atlanta, GA (Alpharetta)
860 McFarland Parkway, Alpharetta,GA 30004 | directions
Intersection: SR 400 & MacFarland Rd
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM | Sat 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM | Sun 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Conveniently located off State Road 400 and MacFarland Rd. 30 minutes north of Atlanta. Near shopping, dining and outdoor activities. Show Details
Value Place Alpharetta, GA, (Atlanta) is conveniently located off of SR 400 and MacFarland Rd., and situated in the suburbs about 30 minutes north of Atlanta. Alpharetta is packed with fun, exciting things to do. Many of its attractions include parks and outdoor recreation areas that anyone can enjoy.
Alpharetta boasts two arboretums, to really get in to trees and nature. You can choose between the Alpharetta Arboretum at Wills Park and the Alpharetta Arboretum at Cogburn Road Park. Both offer self-guided walking tours to enjoy the areas at your own leisure. The Alpharetta Big Creek Greenway is another great outdoor spot situated along the woods of Big Creek, with a six mile concrete path to inline skate, walk, jog, and bike. If you want to get into sports recreation, visit Newtown Park, which includes baseball fields, a lacrosse field, a playground, a basketball court, and a lake complete with a gazebo. Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park accommodates 12,000 people and is often a home to summer concerts to Grammy Award-winning artists.
You don’t want to miss the Taste of Alpharetta while you’re in town. This festival draws around 60,000 people and is the city’s premier event where over 60 restaurants provide a wide range of foods. It’s considered one of the most popular and well-attended “taste of” festivals in the South. If you’re looking for more attractions, the Downtown Alpharetta Historic District is the place to start, and where you’ll find historic widened brick sidewalks, early 19th century structures, and a variety of dining and shopping options. If you’re into the town’s history, tour the Milton Log Cabin, which was built in 1934-35 by Future Farmers of America students and showcases life during the 19th century.
If you head into Atlanta, you can choose from a few more tours, including three Segway tours, and one of them (Atlanta Ghosts and Legends Segway Tour) is haunted! Aside from the plethora of dining and shopping, more “must-sees” in Atlanta consist of Atlanta Braves (MLB) games at Turner Field, Atlanta Dream (WNBA) and Atlanta Hawks (NBA) games at Philips Arena, and Atlanta Falcons (NFL) games at the Georgia Dome.
Atlanta, GA (Alpharetta)
- Check-in May. 28, 2015
- Check-out Jun. 4, 2015
- Nights 7
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