Created by Coach Bear on May 27, 2002
For five years I lived and worked in Gainesville. The community still has a small town charm, but is quickly growing. It is becoming the gateway to the mountains that they have long advertised.
Created by AnaMH on February 3, 2001
When my friends told me we would be spending a few days in Gainesville, I was like "huh?". I had a great time exploring several areas very close to Gainesville.
Created by EriksA1 on January 25, 2001
I go to Gainsville every summer because my cousins have a lake house there, it is great. Everyone will find something they like to do here whether it's trying to reel in a big catch, sunbathing on a little deserted island found all over the lake, boating at top speed, or dining by the lake. The adventurous and relaxers alike should come and experience what this lake has to offer. You will find southern hospitality, local charm and peaceful waters.
Created by willow on November 16, 2000
Like most north Georgia towns, Gainesville is competing and benefiting from its proximiy to Atlanta.