Situated just 20 miles west of Atlanta in the heart of Douglas County, with an abundance of attractions and activities, Douglasville offers homes for rent in an ideal suburb for families and residents of any age. Originally known as Skint Chestnut, Douglasville was established in 1875.
If you're looking for some refreshing outdoor activities, Douglasville offers numerous parks and other attractions. Just 10 minutes west of the city is Six Flags Over Georgia, which features eight extreme roller coasters, as well as games, shows and less daunting rides. Sweetwater Creek State Park, Clinton Nature Preserve, Gold Mine at Stockmar Park and Hunter Park -- the largest of the city parks -- are some of the most popular parks in Douglasville. Additionally, the city is home to The 7 Venue, a Christian music venue, and the O'Neal Plaza. The city also hosts the Cultural Arts Council's Chili Cook-Off and the Main Street Community Market.
If you prefer indoor explorations, you will love Arbor Place Mall, located just south of downtown Douglasville and I-20. Arbor Place boasts 120 stores, including department stores Dillard's, Macy's, Belk, Sears and JC Penney. The Douglasville Cultural Arts Center and the historic Roberts-Mozley House, which was built in 1901, are other excellent stopping points during a relaxed day in Douglasville.
If you're looking for houses for rent in Douglasville with excellent access to the mall and I-20, you might consider Heritage Valley. If you're looking a little farther north, search for Douglasville rental homes around Boulder Park Estates or Canterbury Lane. Arbor Station is another popular neighborhood for homes for rent in Douglasville, especially with its proximity to the business district of the city, and features club community and family centers.