Spring Break 2014 Things to Do in Cumming, GA

spring break logoStaying home for spring break? There are lots of fun things to do in Forsyth County, GA. If you are still looking for a day camp, check out our spring break camp roundup here.

The Forsyth County Public Library is celebrating Forsyth County Schools’ spring break from March 31 – April 5 with programs for all ages! All week long the library will host craft programs, game days, special guest performers, puppet shows, teen programs, and more. See the website for the full spring break event schedule at all four library branches.

Monkey Joe’s – Not going away for Spring Break, great! We are now offering the perfect “Staycation” deal just for you. For just $20.00, you can get a five visit pass to come everyday for as long as you would like to stay and spin our MJ prize wheel every time you come in for great prizes! Come on in today and purchase your pass for your Spring Break fun!


Monday March 31st 12-6pm Cost $6
Tuesday April 1st 12-6pm Cost $6
Tuesday Night April 1st 7-10pm “Buy 1 Admiss. Get 1 Free”
Weds. April 2nd 12-6pm Cost $6
Thurs. April 3rd 12-6pm Cost $6
Thurs Night April 3rd 7-10pm ” Family of 4 – Admiss. $10″ There must be one adult included for the “Family of 4” deal.
Friday April 4th 12-6pm Cost $6
Friday Night April 4th 7-11pm Cost $7

Admission Prices do not include skate rental $3 (if needed).

Stars & Strikes Spring Break Week – specials this week. Also, sign up is now open for Kids Bowl Free for the summer and it begins April 15!

The Ice has special ice skating hours this week – SPRING BREAK 2014 PUBLIC SKATE HOURS March 31st – April 4th:
Monday – Friday
1:00 – 3:00 pm
3:30 – 5:30 pm

Cumming Aquatic Center – the competition pool is closed this week for maintenance but the instructional pool has open swim hours posted for spring break.

Catch Air Cumming – check their Facebook page for the daily password for a discount for daily admission.

Visit a local park and have a picnic or take a family hike up sawnee mountain for a beautiful view!

Comment and share if you have heard of any other spring break deals this week!

New Forsyth County, GA Parks and Green Space Opening

Caney Creek Preserve playgroundForsyth County Prepares to Open Four New Green Space Passive Use Parks

New parks total approximately 282 acres

Forsyth County residents will soon have four new green space passive use parks to explore and enjoy. The county plans to officially open the new Caney Creek Preserve, Haw Creek Park, Chattahoochee Pointe and Old Atlanta Park with ribbon cutting ceremonies scheduled for the coming weeks.

The new parks feature trails for walking and mountain biking, a dog park, canoe launch, playgrounds and more and together total approximately 282 acres.

“Our parks and recreation system is one of Forsyth County’s greatest assets and these four new parks will no doubt be a great addition to it,” Commission Chairman Jim Boff said. “We are thrilled to be opening these new parks for residents to enjoy.”

Caney Creek Preserve (2755 Caney Road)
Scheduled to open Friday, June 22, 2012 at 1 p.m.
The approximately 63-acre Caney Creek Preserve features 1.2 miles of walking trails, a dog park, two pavilions, natural amphitheater and a one-of-a-kind playground with an archeological dig site and water play area. The park is located off of Caney Road, west of the intersection of Caney Road and Brookwood Road.

Haw Creek Park (2205 Echols Road)
Scheduled to open Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 10 a.m.
Haw Creek Park, located off of Echols Road and spanning approximately 85 acres, includes an approximately 3.3-mile multi-use trail for both foot travel and mountain bikes. Pavilions and a multi-pod playground with a woodlands theme are also among the park’s features.

Chattahoochee Pointe (5790 Chattahoochee Pointe Drive)
Scheduled to open Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 2 p.m.
This approximately 100-acre park borders the Chattahoochee River and features a canoe launch. Two pavilions, more than two miles of walking trails and a river-themed nature-inspired playground are also included at Chattahoochee Pointe. The entrance to the park is off of Old Atlanta Road, approximately 0.4 miles south of the entrance to Olde Atlanta Club.

Old Atlanta Park (810 Nichols Road)
Scheduled to open Friday, June 29, 2012 at 2 p.m.
Old Atlanta Park is located at the intersection of Nichols Road and Old Atlanta Road across from Lambert High School. The park consists of a total of approximately 39 acres, 34 of which are passive use space. The passive portion of the park features a natural playground, a tot-lot for children age six and under, two pavilions, a 1-mile walking trail and a spray pad. Once opened, the spray pad is slated to remain open for the season through September 3. Hours of operation will be Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. On Mondays, the spray pad will be closed for maintenance and private rentals. Daily admission for the spray pad is $2 per person (one year old and up); annual individual passes ($30) and annual family passes ($50) will also be available.

The park’s remaining five acres house the new 40,000-square foot Old Atlanta Park Recreation Center, which opened in February 2012.

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