Compared to other cities in Georgia, Norcross has a relatively small population of under 20,000 people. What it lacks in residents, however, it makes up for in community spirit and wholesome entertainment. With its friendly residents and peaceful residential neighborhoods, Norcross is a family-orientated city that welcomes visitors from all around the country and the world.
Sports are an important part of Norcross’ identity with many residents being intense soccer fans. Pinckneyville Park Soccer Complex is Norcross’ number one soccer venue, offering 5 full-size soccer fields and the perfect place for both visitors and residents to catch a live soccer game, while Cemetery Fields is the go-to spot for football games and track and field.
Visitors who aren’t interested in sports can instead spend the day fishing, grilling and playing sand volleyball at Jones Bridge Park, playing golf at Heritage Links Golf Course, or taking the dog for a walk on the Graves Park dog walking trail. They can also tour the Norcross Welcome Center and Museum, rent a book from the Gwinnett County Public Library, and learn how to paint at Leena’s Art Classes.
Visitors looking to stay in Norcross are presented with a number of affordable short term rentals. Many of the rentals are pet-friendly and welcome small dogs, while others are pet-free and cater to visitors with pet hair allergies. Each rental, regardless of its location within the city, offers modern amenities and updated appliances, ensuring that guests have an enjoyable stay.
To take part in warm weather activities, the best time to visit Norcross is from May to June and from August to October.
In the mood for tasty food? Norcross has an abundance of it. From tacos at Zapata Tacos and Tequila Bar, and Cuban fare at D’Cuban Cafe, to juicy steaks at The Crossing Steakhouse, the city offers a new favorite dish for everyone.
The Slotin Folk Festival, held each August, is considered to be one of the world’s biggest folk art festivals as it hosts over 100 exhibitors. Celebrating the luck of the Irish, Irish Fest Norcross features Irish-themed activities, music, dancing, whiskey tastings, face painting, and tasty Irish food. The Gateway International Food and Music Festival features a number of international talents and ethnic foods, as well as music and dancing all in celebration of Norcross’ diverse population.
Norcross’ YMCA branch, the Robert D. Fowler Family YMCA, is an ideal place for families to spend their time as it features spas, pools, workout areas, meeting rooms, and a variety of classes for both children and adults. Tiny Towne is another popular family-friendly recreation facility in Norcross, offering visitors the chance to drive their own mini vehicles around the facility’s various indoor race tracks and obstacle courses.
Browse accommodations from all the best providers including Airbnb, priceline, VRBO and many more at AllTheRooms.com. Norcross has 517 hotels, vacation rentals and other unique places to stay, with prices to suit budget travelers, extravagant travelers and everything in between. For those wanting to save money, the lowest priced place to stay in Norcross is just $11 a night. A typical accommodation in Norcross costs on average $173 per night.
If you have to have internet access during your stay in Norcross, then you can choose from over 130 accommodations that have WiFi internet. 17 places to stay include a breakfast. Fitness addicts can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 24 accommodations that have gyms. Driving to Norcross? Then choose one of the 127 places to stay that comes with a parking spot included. 30 vacation rentals come with a pool or jacuzzi
Those traveling with a dog, cat or some other animal can stay in any of 29 accommodations that are designated as pet-friendly.
226 of the rentals in Norcross have been reviewed by previous guests. They rated 36% as excellent or good. You can instantly book any of 90 places to stay right now.