The Historic Suwanee Creek Greenway

Suwanee Creek Greenway is a 22-mile trail that follows Suwanee Creek through the city of Suwanee, Georgia. The trail begins at Suwanee Dam and winds its way through residential neighborhoods, parks, and commercial areas before ending at Buford Dam. Along the way, the trail provides access to a number of Suwanee’s parks and recreation facilities, including Suwanee Town Center Park, Suwanee Creek Park, and Suwanee Sports Complex.

Suwanee Town Center Park is a 100-acre park that features a playground, picnic pavilions, a sand volleyball court, and a disc golf course. Suwanee Creek Park is a 30-acre park that offers fishing, picnicking, and hiking along Suwanee Creek in the Suwanee area.

Suwanee Sports Complex is a multi-sport complex that includes baseball and softball fields, football and soccer fields, and a track.

Suwanee Creek Par provides fishing, picnicking, and hiking along Suwanee Creek.

The Suwanee Creek Greenway is owned and operated by the city of Suwanee. The trail is open to the public year-round, dawn to dusk. Dogs are welcome on the trail, but must be kept on a leash at all times.

The Suwanee Creek Greenway is a great place to get some exercise, enjoy the outdoors, and take in the sights and sounds of nature. The trail is also a popular spot for bird watching, as Suwanee Creek is home to a variety of bird species.

Whether you’re looking for a place to walk, run, or bike, the Suwanee Creek Greenway is sure to provide a enjoyable and relaxing experience.

The bird species in Suwanee Creek Greenway include:

  • Blue-winged teal
  • Great blue heron
  • Green heron
  • Osprey
  • Peregrine falcon
  • Red-shouldered hawk
  • Wood duck

The Suwanee Creek Greenway is also home to a variety of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.


  • White-tailed deer
  • River otter
  • Raccoon
  • Gray squirrel
  • opossum

Reptiles and Amphibians:

  • American alligator
  • Common snapping turtle
  • Diamondback terrapin
  • Five-lined skink
  • Red eft
Another Suwanee interested place to visit: Suwanee Arts Center

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