Tucker

Located northeast of Atlanta, the city of Tucker was originally settled in the 1820s, developed as a railroad community in 1892, and incorporated in 2015. Residents enjoy community events such as festivals and farmer's markets, as well as easy access to outdoor recreation at one of the city's 10 parks.

Key Features

An Involved Community: The citizens of Tucker boast high community involvement, as evidenced by the numerous groups and associations in the city and surrounding areas. They range from business and civic associations to historical alliances and supporters of nature preserves and parks. No matter where your interest lies, you can find an active citizen group in Tucker.

A City Moving Forward: Tucker is a city that honors its history, celebrates its present, and looks forward to its future. Residents enjoy a high level of community engagement, as well as large lot sizes and homes to meet an array of needs.

Nest Picks

Tucker Brewing Company & Beer Garden

Home to the largest beer garden in Georgia, Tucker Brewing Company was founded in 2017. Their beers are inspired by European traditions with a Southern influence, and the brewery hosts food trucks Wednesday through Sunday and live music Thursday through Saturday.

Main Street

Home to a number of locally owned shops and restaurants, Main Street is a central gathering spot for residents and visitors to Tucker. It hosts a variety of events such as the annual Tucker Day Festival, which features a parade, food, and live music, and the Taste of Tucker, which showcases local food and beverages.

Henderson Park

Henderson Park is comprised of nearly six miles of hiking and walking trails, including a 1.5-mile loop around Lake Erin. It also features a playground, wildlife, a waterfall, soccer fields, tennis courts, and a community garden.

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