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About Roswell

The legendary city of Roswell in Georgia is an iconic treasure in the region known for its scenic views of natural geographical features such as Big Creek, Johns Creek, Morgan Falls Dam, and the Chattahoochee River. These natural wonders are just some of the reasons why close to 90,000 people have taken up residence in Roswell, making it the eighth largest city in Georgia.

The city has always been on the radar of tourists, nearby locals, and people who are looking for a new residence. In fact, Roswell has been cited several times because of its living conditions.

  • CNN included Roswell as one of the Top 100 Places to Live in the US in 2010.
  • Top travel guide company Frommer’s placed Roswell on the third spot of the “100 Best Places to Raise a Family in the United States”, also in 2006.

Roswell is home to not only happy and satisfied residents but also excited tourists who want a piece of the action. Visitors frequent the various parks spanning 800 acres of land throughout the city. Historical landmarks are also some of the most visited places in Roswell – Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Primrose Cottage, Chattahoochee Nature Center, Archibald Smith Plantation Hall, and Faces Of War Memorial.


In addition, a lot of festivals and parades populate the Roswell calendar throughout the year, making life in the city much more exciting. Be sure to visit Roswell during the following events: Roswell Magnolia Storytelling Festival, Fourth of July Annual Fireworks Extravaganza, and Roswell Memorial Day Ceremony (Georgia’s biggest Memorial Day ceremony).

Roswell is slowly emerging as a foodie destination, and it’s evident in the sheer number of restaurants that have set up shop in the city. There’s something for practically anybody in Roswell – traditional cuisine, home-style cooking, barbecue, cafes and coffee shops, fine dining, and tea rooms. Don’t forget to visit the city every October for the annual Roswell Wine Festival.

Of course, not everything is fun and games. Part of what makes Roswell a comfortable place to stay is its proximity to family essentials. You may send your kids to any of the nearby schools under the Fulton County School System, and let them use the Roswell branch of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System. You may also reach nearby Atlanta destinations for work or leisure, via several major highways that run alongside the city.

Keeping Georgia on your mind is one thing, but Roswell will definitely ink its unique charm and community living in your mind and heart.


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