Sugar Hill Parks

Gary Pirkle Park

Gary Pirkle Park is a world-class park featuring 67 acres of land with Richland Creek running through, three synthetic turf fields (255,000 sq.ft. which is the largest in the Southeast),  a giant playground under a 90' solar-powered pavilion, 1.7 miles of paved and lighted walking trails and benches, viewing grandstands, public WiFi, restrooms, two concession facilities, 60' x 40' picnic pavilions, and a community garden.


Park Information & Resources Gary Pirkle Park Policies and Procedures Gary Pirkle Park Community Garden Synthetic Turf FAQ

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Sugar Hill Golf Club

Since its opening in the spring of 1992, Sugar Hill Golf Club has proven itself to be one of the most beautiful and artfully laid out courses in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains. Sugar Hill Golf Club offers some of the most spectacular golfing vistas anywhere. Trees, traps, and moguls define the tight Bermuda 419 fairways while the new champion, dwarf Bermuda grass green offer the most precision available. The club is open to the public and features a full-service pro shop, a driving range and practice green, a full-service bar and grill, a banquet and conference facility, free WiFi, and an 18-hole Course.

Golf Club Information & Resources: Golf Club Website Special Events / Tournaments Tee Times Lessons and Clinic

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The Bowl @ Sugar Hill

The Bowl @ Sugar Hill is an award-winning concert venue conveniently located right behind the City Hall. The Bowl features concert sized stage with seating for up to a thousand people. This is a popular spot for concerts, outdoor movie screenings, and other outdoor gatherings. Past artists have included Collective Soul, Ben Folds, Josh Turner, and The Atlanta Rhythm section. The City rents the Bowl facility to residents. You may contact the Sugar Hill event staff for more information.

The Bowl Information & Resources: The Bowl Website

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Dawn P. Gober Community Plaza and Splash Park

The Dawn P. Gober Community Plaza is approximately 17,600 square feet and is designed with green artificial turf, red brick pavers and landscaped islands. It backs up to the VIP suites in The Bowl and to the Splash Park. The Splash Park is 60-foot in diameter and boasts 21 zones, 42 arch spray nozzles and 28 vertical spray nozzles. The water fountains are accompanied by 93 color-changing LED lights. The center fountain is made up of a cluster or 6 large nozzles and 20 small spray heads. The cascading nozzles produce a large pyramidal column of white, aerated water. The Splash Park also includes specialized controls that allow for programmed choreographed water and light sequencing, making it a Splash Park by day and a colorful choreographed fountain by night. Parents and friends can enjoy watching the fountain from the adjacent Family Plaza while sitting at one of eight picnic tables nestled under four large shade sails. The Splash Park cannot be rented or reserved and is on a first-come-first-served basis.

Splash Park Information & Resources: Splash Park Rules

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Sugar Hill Greenway

After decades of remarkable growth, Sugar Hill has become one of the premier places to live in Gwinnett County. One key to Sugar Hill’s success is the high value the City places on quality of life. This commitment to quality of life is exemplified in the City’s new initiative to develop the Sugar Greenway, an 11.5-mile greenway around the city with approximately 16.5 miles of trail. A greenway is a linear open space that connects multiple destinations along a corridor that is predominantly natural in character. Within the proposed Sugar Greenway will be a trail, defined here as a paved path intended for shared use by pedestrians, bicyclists, wheelchair users, joggers, and other non-motorized users. A greenway project of this size and scale will be transformative for Sugar Hill. Specifically, the City and its residents can expect to experience economic, health, environmental, transportation, and community benefits from the greenway’s development. For more information, please visit or our city projects page.

Gold Mine Park

Although Dahlonega's major claim to fame is its gold mines, many of the initial settlers of Sugar Hill were in fact gold miners. Many of these miners mined from Sugar Hill all the way to the Chattahoochee River. As a celebration of this heritage, the City of Sugar Hill is building a 9.2-acre park named "Gold Mine Park," which will sit along Level Creek Road and will serve as a trail head to the Sugar Hill Greenway. The 16-mile trail, which will circle around the city, will take hikers by one of the city's old gold mines. Although the gold has been long depleted, hikers can enjoy a beautiful part of Sugar Hill's unique history. The Gold Mine Park will be apart of the city's effort of building the first segment of the trail. For more information, please visit or our city projects page.

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Located at 5494 Cumming Hwy, this park will serve as a trailhead to the Sugar Hill Greenway and features a beautiful lake in its center. For more information, please visit or our city projects page.

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Nearby Gwinnett County Parks


E.E.Robinson Park


885 Level Creek Road, Sugar Hill 30518

George Pierce Park


55 Buford Highway, Suwanee 30024


Settles Bridge Park


380 Johnson Road, Suwanee 30024