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Known as the Queen City of the Mountains and the Poultry Capital of the World!
Gainesville most recent obtained the designation as “Hospitality Capital of the World” when Gainesville hosted the 1996 Olympic rowing/kayaking events. Lake Lanier offers many outdoor recreational opportunities, including world-class canoe and kayak rentals at the same Olympic Venue. For the “petrol heads,” Road Atlanta is a world-renowned racking track. It’s recognized for hosting the Petit LeMans each year near Chateau Elan!
Downtown Gainesville is filled with a plethora of shops and restaurants. The woodland refuge and museum at Elachee Nature Science Center are located in close proximity to the Chicopee Woods Nature Preserve and Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center. The arts abound at The Arts Council, located in the renovated CSX railroad depot. One more to note, the Quinlan Visual Arts Center is located on Historic Green Street. Other to-do’s are the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids and the Northeast Georgia History Center.