Looking for a bit of adventure the whole family can jump in on? With fantastic parks, food and family fun, you’ll find it’s pretty tough to get bored in Johns Creek.
Spending time in Johns Creek as a family is guaranteed to make fun memories!
Johns Creek, GA
2:00pm Vacation is here! Park the car and burn off some energy at Ocee Park – multi-purpose trail, tennis, sand volleyball and the coolest playgrounds in town.
6:00pm Rain or shine, head up the road to Main Event Suwanee for bowling, arcade, laser tag, rope course, karaoke, mini golf, rock climbing and virtual reality games!
10:00pm Get some rest – the weekend adventures have only begun!
9:00am Breakfast at Brooklyn Bagel Bakery and Deli – PB&J bagel, anyone?
10:00am Johns Creek is full of talented artists. Check out some of their latest creations at the Johns Creek Arts Center!
11:00am Do those artists got you inspired? Head straight to Masterpiece Mixers to make your own original canvas creation!
1:00pm A burger sounds good right about now. Village Burger has got you covered, from the classics to the unconventional. Don’t forget your side order of fries and onion rings!
2:00pm Stretch your legs on one of the leisurely trails that weaves across 46 acres of Autrey Mill Nature Preserve. Explore every corner of the protected area, complete with rocky shoals, picturesque cliffs, wildflowers, and wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for the Monkey Massacre Memorial (yes, you read that right – yikes!) that pays tribute to an old Johns Creek folk tale.
4:00pm Quick break at the hotel to freshen-up (or take a nap – all this fun can be exhausting)!
5:00pm Dinner at Mavericks Cantina. Hard to go wrong with tacos and enchiladas! Trying not to drool….
7:00pm Time to head to The Complex in Buford to experience sports in a whole new way!
10:00pm Time to hit the hay.
9:00am Rise and shine; grab a snack at the hotel.
10:00am Take the fam on a stroll through Veteran’s Memorial Walk, a hidden treasure of Johns Creek, honoring men and women who serve and have served in the United States Armed Services. Be sure to leave time to honor the heroes on The Wall That Heals, a replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington DC, adjacent to the Veteran’s Memorial Walk in Newtown Park.
11:00am Omelets at Another Broken Egg Cafe before getting back to the great outdoors!
2:00pm Keep rolling after a stop at Where’s the Scoop?, a modern pit stop specializing in Thai rolled ice cream, along with bubble tea and coffee drinks.