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Cherokee Forrest subdivision is located in Hall County just outside the city limits of Gainesville, Georgia. Property types here include custom estates, lakefront properties, and single family homes. Lake Lanier offers stunning landscape as it is situated against the Appalachian Mountains. Cherokee Forrest subdivision is a highly sought after community because of its lakefront offerings.
Children that live within the Cherokee Forrest community will attend Mt. Vernon Elementary, North Hill Middle School and North Hill High School.
DINING AND SHOPPING
The community of Gainesville has so much to offer when it comes to shopping, from grocery stores to specialty shops and everything in between. The downtown square is home to a number of boutiques and second generation specialty stores, several restaurants and an entertaining and vibrant downtown nightlife. There are over 50 businesses downtown alone, move out a block in either direction and you will find hundreds. In addition to the downtown shopping there are malls, restaurants, coffee shops and outlets in close vicinity. Restaurants on the lake are also plentiful.
There is always something to do in Gainesville, Georgia! It is up to you to decide how to spend your time with in Gainesville. Our community offers a variety of attractions from historic tours and family friendly destinations to adventurous activities and exceptional local dining and water sports on Lake Sidney Lanier. In addition, one can enjoy an extensive array of performing, visual and literary arts for audiences across Northeast Georgia with The Arts Council. You can relax with an evening of intimate jazz, see a movie on the lawn or take pleasure in the elegance of the symphony. Theatre doors, in the community, open into new worlds, new people & new ideas. Gainesville Theatre Alliance is a collaborative ensemble of students, community members and professionals that perform for audiences throughout the year. Locally, Brenau University Gallery features works by national and international artists, local and regional artists, as well as by Brenau University students, faculty and alumni. Entertainment in Gainesville is plentiful and varied with wide appeal.
- The Arts Council Gainesville, Symphony, Performing Arts, Galas
- Smithgall Woods is the Northern location of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, in addition to the gardens it features an outdoor ampitheatre with several concerts per year.
- Gainesville Theatre Alliance
- Regal Hollywood 15 Movie Theatre
- Gainesville Bowling Center
PARKS AND RECREATION
There are a variety of amenities in this area to enjoy, which includes Thompson Bridge Park, Laurel Park and access to Gainesville Marina. Among the many offerings of this community are several Yacht, Canoe and Kayak clubs. There are well known Championship Golf Courses nearby. You will also find many water parks and shopping facilities.
- Chattahoochee Golf Course – the oldest golf course in North Georgia
- Chattahoochee Country Club on Lake Lanier
- Chicopee Woods Golf Course
- Royal Lakes Golf & Country Club
- Northeast Georgia Tennis Association
- Lake Lanier Rowing Club