The staff of the Visit Roswell Convention & Visitors Bureau would like to say thank you to the numerous visitors who have experienced Roswell’s modern spirit and Southern Soul.
Since January of this year, our Visitor Information Specialists welcomed people from 31 countries and 46 states as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Here's a reminder of just Some of the FUN & FREE things for the entire family.
Old Mill Park Interpretive Trail: Hike the Old Mill Park Interpretive Trail to see the Vickery Creek Waterfall and the beautiful Covered Pedestrian Bridge. 95 Mill View Avenue
Chattahoochee River Fun: On the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River, enjoy Azalea Park, Riverside Park and Don White Park which provide picnic areas, playgrounds, boat ramps, bike paths and multi-purpose trails, fishing, an outdoor fitness station, and more. Access the newest section of the extended boardwalk along the River on Azalea Drive. Parking at Azalea Park, 203 Azalea Drive
Serenity Garden: Visit the Serenity Garden located in Roswell Area Park. Along with a variety of plants you’ll find water features and artwork, encouraging visitors to relax, reflect and momentarily escape the hectic pace of life. 10495 Woodstock Road
First Friday ArtWalk captures the vibe of Roswell’s arts scene. As you visit the galleries, you’ll find contemporary geocubist art to sculpture, folk art, modern landscapes and an array of colorful paintings. www.roswellartdistrict.com
Roswell Cherokee Memorial located in Riverside Park. Nine boulders along the river tell the story of the Cherokee who were forced to leave on the Trail of Tears.575 Riverside Road
For additional information on Fun & Free Things to Do or to access a calendar of events www.visitroswellga.com