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Linwood Nature Park

Linwood Nature Preserve in Gainesville opens to public The Linwood Nature Preserve on Linwood Drive, right in the heart of the city, opened to the public Friday morning. The 32-acre preserve is a product of a public-private partnership between Gainesville Parks and Recreation and The Redbud Project, and its opening Friday was celebrated with a Read more…

Historical Hikes

Historical Hikes: Experiencing Nature through the Eyes and Words of Influential Explorers, Conservationists and Naturalists – Every Thursday in October (8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th) Join us at Elachee in October for another series of Historical Hikes, our new innovative program and hike through time with the historical figures connected to our region that shaped the Read more…

Buford Corn Maze

September 30 · Last weekend it was too wet to open the Haunted Forest on Friday and Saturday night, so we’re hoping for better weather this weekend. Here’s a chance to win 2 FREE TICKETS to the Haunted Forest! We’ll pick a winner at noon tomorrow, October 1st! — with Penny Lamb Davis, Connie Sims,Jesica Read more…

A Guide to Lake Lanier, Georgia, for Foodies: Top Places to Eat

Georgia’s Lake Lanier area is a haven in the summer for outdoor enthusiasts when the weather is sunny and the lake beckons boaters and fishermen. But Lake Lanier is also a popular destination during the fall, especially as a place for foodies to indulge in their favorite cuisine and treats. Where else can you eat Read more…

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