The 2020 Visitor Guide to Roswell, Georgia: Eat, Stay & Play
Roswell, Georgia

In Roswell, history, nature and modern amenities combine to create memories you will treasure forever. The Chattahoochee River, woodland trails, and bicycling add to the fun. Savor that first bite of one of Roswell’s culinary delights and you will know why foodies love Roswell. With so much to experience and many benefits, Roswell provides the perfect spot to relax and to settle in.

Roswell–the Homebuyers’ Market

Homes in Roswell are definitely one of a kind that come with plenty of benefits such easy access to interstates. The median home value in Roswell is $423,326 according to zillow. Roswell home values have gone up 1.5% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -2.4% within the next year. There are plenty of affordable houses on the market.

Demographics

Roswell, GA estimated population is 94,650 according to the most recent United States census estimates , being the 339th largest city in the United States.

Economy

Roswell has seen the job market increase by 2.9% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 44.7%, which is higher than the US average of 33.5%. The Median household income is $87,911 a year. The largest industries in Roswell are Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services, Retail Trade and Accommodation & Food Services.

School Information

Roswell is part of the Fulton County School System, which is Georgia’s fourth largest in the state and also has ACT (American College Test) test scores above the national average. Many Georgia Schools of Excellence and National Blue Ribbon Schools are located in Roswell. Some schools are Esther Jackson Elementary, Hillside Elementary, Crabapple Middle, Elkins Pointe Middle, Centennial High, and Milton High School. Roswell is also home to several private schools and alternative institutions, offering a wide variety of educational options. Some of these schools are Fulton Academy of Science and Technology, International Charter School of Atlanta, Atlanta Academy and Blessed Trinity.

Attractions

Roswell has a number of activities that are free and fun for the whole family. From shopping, to hiking theres lots to do. You can hike the Old Mill Park Interpretive Trail to see the Vickery Creek Waterfall and the Covered Pedestrian Bridge. This may be the most relaxing area of Roswell. Roswell is also located on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River. Azalea Park, Riverside Park and Don White Park provide picnic areas, playgrounds, boat ramps, bike paths and multi-purpose trails, fishing, and more for visitors/residents to enjoy.  Lastly, along the Great Street you will find an array of shops, antiques, boutiques, and a wide selection of restaurants and outdoor cafes.  For exploration, this street is a must. There is a lot more that Roswell offers, definitely a place to see!