Atlanta new home built by Traton HomesThough it’s been fall for a few days, the weather is finally starting to feel like it! With cooler temps, be sure to get outside and enjoy. Here is a fall fun list of outdoor ideas in a variety of metro-Atlanta locations:

1. Big Creek Greenway

The first on the list is Big Creek Greenway. Starting in Alpharetta, the 12-foot wide path meanders eight miles through the woods along Big Creek. Walk, jog, skate or bike and enjoy tons of wildlife.

Afterwards, head over to nearby Encore Walk to view Traton’s newest Atlanta townhomes. Priced from $369,900, the community offers two-story floor plans with basements and three-story floor plans. Interior appointments include gourmet island kitchens, spa-like baths and spacious living areas. Encore Walk is also close to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater at Encore Park, Top Golf, North Point Mall, Wills Park and Avalon. Children attend Manning Oaks Elementary School, Northwestern Middle School and Milton High School.

2. Chattahoochee Pointe

If you’re closer to Forsyth County, be sure to visit Chattahoochee Pointe in Suwanee. With 100 acres, two picnic pavilions, a playground, a two-and-a-half mile nature trail and direct access to the banks of the Chattahoochee River, fall fun awaits!

After getting some fresh, crisp air, check out Traton’s The Reserve at Old Atlanta. Priced from the $560,000s, homes provide elegant and functional floor plans that have gourmet kitchens, luxurious owner’s suites and spacious open living areas. The community has 36 acres of preserved open space great for fall picnics. The Reserve at Old Atlanta is also near Lake Lanier, the Mall of Georgia, Suwanee Town Center and the Collection at Forsyth. Children attend Johns Creek Elementary School, Riverwatch Middle School and Lambert High School.

3. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park rounds out Traton’s fall fun list. The park has almost 3,000 acres and abundant opportunities to hike, bird watch, picnic or learn about the Battle of Kennesaw.

Nearby, McClure Farms on Mars Hill Church Road in Acworth is now selling in its final phase. Priced from the low $400,000s, homes boast three-sides architectural detail and side-entry garages. The community’s amenity center includes a pool, kid’s pool with water feature, playground and a cabana with fireplace. The community is served by Allatoona High School.

With these great destinations and extraordinary new home communities, it’ll be easy to have a great fall! For more information, visit www.tratonhomes.com.

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