About Gainesville Gainesville, on the northeast shore of Lake Sidney Lanier, was known as Mule Camp Springs in the early 19th century. The Green Street Historical District consists of late Victorian and neoclassical revival structures along broad tree-lined Green Street. The Quinlan Visual Arts Center at 514 Green Street N.E. displays exhibits by state and local artists; phone (770) 536-2575. Road Atlanta, 10 miles south on SR 53 in Braselton, is a sanctioned road-racing course and is home to the Petit Le Mans race; phone (770) 967-6143 or (800) 849-7223.
Visitor Centers Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau 2875 Browns Bridge Rd. Gainesville, GA 30504. Phone:(770)536-5209
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520 Queen City. Gainesville, GA 30501