The River Club in Suwanee GA, Gwinnett County
The tranquil beauty of the lush banks of the Chattahoochee River creates a dreamy atmosphere in this luxurious gated community approximately 35 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta. The River Club, despite being a short drive away from a plethora of dining, shopping, and entertainment options, feels like a world away due to the unspoiled beauty of Gwinnett County and the country club’s secluded location. Tucked away in Suwanee, this gated community has easy access to I-85 and GA 400.
- This riverside enclave was developed by Crescent Communities, which also developed the prestigious Sugarloaf Country Club. Like its sister community, the River Club is home to an impressive golf course designed by Australian golfing great Greg Norman. The signature golf course has the distinction of being a designated Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.
- The River Club is sprawling; it encompasses a total area of around 700 acres defined by Suwanee’s rolling and wooded terrain. The neighborhood features plenty of open space as the planned total of residences amounts to around 396 homes only. This makes the River Club exclusive, and with its impressive array of amenities, highly sought after.
- School-age children are offered top-notch education from Gwinnett County Public Schools, hailed as one of the best public school systems in the region.
- The natural beauty of Chattahoochee River and its surrounding area, which is owned by the National Park Service, is well complimented by the River Club’s collection of Adirondack-styled lodge residences reminiscent of luxurious mountain retreats.
Community Features and Amenities
- 18-hole signature golf course designed by Greg Norman
- Access to the Chattahoochee River Walking Trail
- A mountain resort-inspired clubhouse called The Lodge, which houses a spa retreat, and various dining facilities
- The Lakeside Sports Center, featuring tennis courts, a tennis pro ship, swimming pools, and community programs.
- Kids’ Club, open to children ages 3-6