Dacula is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,442 as of the 2010 census.
Dacula began near the community of Chinquapin Grove, where Dacula Elementary now stands. The town was originally named Hoke after a Seaboard Air Line Railroad executive, but was changed due to the Post Office Department's protest. Home to some of the oldest buildings in the metropolitan Atlanta area, such as the Elisha Winn House, which originally acted as the courthouse and county office. Dacula's name originates from letters in Decatur and Atlanta, two nearby cities that were already prospering at the time of Dacula's founding. The city was once home to a train station on a CSX line through Northeast Georgia, although the station closed in the mid-1950s.