Loganville is a small suburb full of homes for rent located 35 miles east of Atlanta on the Gwinnett and Walton County lines. Shortly after its establishment, Loganville served as the last stop on the Seaboard Airline Railroad. From 1898 to 1932, Loganville was connected to Lawrenceville via railroad, but it shut down during the Great Depression. Today, Loganville is home to about 9,000 people, with the majority of its population growth coming in the last 20 years, and operates under the city slogan "Where People Matter."
Outdoor types love Loganville because of its abundance of parks and activities. Some of the most popular parks in the area are Meridian Park, Gratis Park and West Walton Park. Meridian Park hosts several community fishing events, including Fly Fishing Day every Wednesday and Kids Fishing Day on the third Saturday of every month. Another great place to enjoy the outdoors is Vines Botanical Gardens, which also features a restaurant. And just 20 miles from Loganville, in Social Circle, is one of the most famous restaurants in the Atlanta area: the Blue Willow Inn. The inn serves a traditional soulful Southern buffet that receives rave reviews from both locals and visitors. This year, Loganville is also starting a new tradition with the Autumn Heritage Festival to be held in November.
The low cost of living and excellent location outside of Atlanta make houses for rent in Loganville ideal for any family. Annslee Lakes is a great neighborhood for finding rental homes in Loganville. Another popular area for Loganville homes for rent is Mountain Creek, which lies between Loganville and Monroe.