Incorporated in 1910, Lilburn was one of the first cities in Gwinnett County to develop as population growth radiated from Atlanta. With a low crime rate and high community involvement, Lilburn continues to grow steadily as people discover this gem of north Georgia.

Key Features

The Historic Railroad: The city was named after Lilburn Trigg Myers, the superintendent of the Seaboard Air Line Railway. A railroad still runs hourly through the town to this day, both to provide its residents with a variety of transit options and to keep the area's history alive.

Amazing Neighbors: Situated between Tucker, Norcross, and Stone Mountain, the city of Lilburn enjoys a proximity to a wide range of amenities. It is characterized by tree-lined sidewalks, arching lamp posts, and brick architecture. Residents and visitors are drawn to outdoor concerts in Lilburn City Park, walking and biking on Camp Creek Greenway, and cultural events in or around Lilburn.

Nest Picks

Camp Creek Greenway Trail

First constructed in 2007, this 4.2-mile multi-use trail features both sidewalks and boardwalks as well as the first PermaTrak bridge in Georgia. Visitors enjoy biking, walking, having a picnic, or geocaching in this scenic park.

Wynne-Russell House

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wynne-Russell House was built in 1826 and includes a family cemetery on site. It is open for free tours upon request and is available for meetings, family gatherings, photo shoots, and occasionally public events.

Hope Springs Distillery

The first distillery in Gwinnett County, Hope Springs creates small batch spirits that are distributed throughout the state. The distillery offers tours of the 4,000 square foot facility and has recently added a tasting room. They focus on creating quality spirits while using local vendors and products where possible.

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