Stone Mountain Park Adventures

     My family has been to Stone Mountain Park many times over the past 10 years and we make new discoveries each time we visit.

The Playground This area never gets old to the kids, including the teenager.  There are two playground areas, one with lower equipment for the younger children and the other with towering equipment for the older kids.  Restrooms and water fountains are conveniently located near the playground.

Fishing We were quite surprised when we caught a fish during our very first fishing trip in the park.  The lakes house bass, bream, catfish and carp. There are grassy areas near the lake for a perfect picnic.

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Family outdoor events in Gwinnett

Flowers are blooming and birds are chirping.  Yes, Spring is finally here and on Saturday, March 26, Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation will host several outdoor events for the whole family to enjoy.

8:30 am., Take A Walk in the Park Day, Little Mulberry Park Fence Road Entrance, All ages, $5/person; Pre-registration is required.

Photo provided by NewKita Group, Inc

10:00am-noon, Sheep Shearing Demonstration, McDaniel Farm Park, Ages 4 and up, $5/person; Pre-registration is required.

1:00-2:30pm, Ice Cream Social, Gwinnett Historic Courthouse, All Ages, $4/person; Pre-registration is required.

10:00am-3:00pm, Take Me Fishing, Tribble Mill Park, All Ages, Free.

Family Style Fishing

Family Style:  Take Me Fishing

Family Time: Saturday, March 26, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Family Spot: Tribble Mill Park, 2125 Mill Parkway, Lawrenceville 30045

Family Price: Free

This is a great opportunity for kids to learn how to fish.  There will be food, activities, fishing contests and kayak safety information.