Many of the initial settlers of Sugar Hill were gold miners and many of these miners mined from Sugar Hill all the way to the Chattahoochee River. As a celebration of this heritage, the City of Sugar Hill is redeveloped 440 Level Creek Road for use as a 9.2-acre park named “Gold Mine Park,” which sits along Level Creek Road and serves as a trail head to the Sugar Hill Greenway. The 16-mile trail circles around the city and hikers can enjoy a beautiful part of Sugar Hill’s unique history. Hussey Gay Bell provided architectural and engineering expertise to assist in these efforts and other support services identified by the City.
Gold Mine Park Sugar Hill, GA
Gold Mine Park exposes hikers and pedestrians to the history of Sugar Hill’s gold mines and served as a catalyst for the City’s 16-mile trail.