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About Wild Timber
Wild Timber is a 400+ home master-planned community located in quaint yet convenient Sugar Hill, Ga. Perfectly situated between Cumming, Buford and Suwanee, there is easy access to Ga-20, Ga-400, Peachtree Industrial Blvd and I-85.
Nearby Attractions include Mall of Ga, Gwinnett Braves Stadium, Suwanee Town Center and Lake Lanier Islands and Water Park.
Our community appeals to active residents with a love for the outdoors. We offer miles of wooded hiking trails, a volleyball court, playground, 3 pools and a large play field. Wild Timber borders national park land with easy access to the Chattahoochee River for avid fishermen and nature lovers. You can also enjoy jogging or a leisurely walk around our ½ mile lake.
If tennis is your game, you can be sure to find a team that fits your skill level here.
Summers bring the excitement and neighborhood camaraderie of one of Gwinnett counties most competitive swim teams, Wild Timber Team Extreme.
Events planned throughout the year allow for children and families to get to know each other. For your own special event, the rustic but elegant log cabin clubhouse is available for rent to our homeowners.
For homeowners raising children, our public schools include award winning Riverside Elementary, North Gwinnett Middle and North Gwinnett High School. Multiple private school options are convenient as well.
Location… amenities… activities… schools and our residents make Wild Timber a terrific place to call… home.
- 4 miles of wooded hiking trails, ½ mile lake
- 5 outdoor lighted tennis courts, stadium seating
- Sand volleyball court, play field, play ground
- Olympic pool, kiddie pool and 75 ft long water slide pool
- Community clubhouse
- Easy access to national park land and Chattahoochee River