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3140 Moreland Ave., Conley, GA, US, 30288

  • Phone: (404) 363-6960
  • Fax: (404) 363-6961
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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67% of guests recommend this hotel

Outdoor Activities

»Browns Mill Golf Club

One of the nicer public layouts in the city, Browns Mill is a diamond in the rough of south Atlanta. The course has four lakes, generous greens and is always well maintained. Watch out for the tough twelfth hole. Tee-times accepted up to one week in advance. Features such as Club house, driving range, golf carts, instruction, junior programs, league tournaments, locker rooms, pro on site, pro shop, putting/chipping, rental clubs, snack bar, training facilities, are included here.

480 Cleveland Avenue Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30354

»Sugar Creek Golf & Tennis Center

Sugar Creek Golf & Tennis Center has long been known for its fast greens and well-kept fairways. Recent work has changed a couple of holes and made the course even tougher. It hosts several tournaments and corporate events. Visit website for more information.

2706 Bouldercrest Road Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30316

»Mark Trail Park & Recreation Center

This urban recreation center brings outdoor fun to the southeast side neighborhood of Little Five Points. In addition to a swimming pool (open during summer months only), the park features tennis courts, basketball courts, softball and soccer fields, a children's playground and a large picnic pavilion. The 48-acre (20-hectare) expanse has extensive paved pathways for biking and in-line skating, plus public restrooms and a specially designated pet area. Take the Flat Shoals Road exit off Interstate 20 and head north. Turn right on 2nd Avenue, then right again on Tilson Road to reach here.

2230 Tilson Road
Decatur, GA 30032

»Brownwood Park

Nestled amidst the residential locale of East Atlanta, the Brownwood Park is a well-maintained city park. The park is spread across 12 acres (4.9 hectares) and easily accessible through Pendleton and Emerson Avenue. It comprises of tennis courts along the Pendleton Street, which serves as a playing field for kids, whereas, the other part of the park is ideal for family picnic and outings. Besides this, the park is host to concerts and festivals like the East Atlanta Beer Festival and Brownwood Park Bike Rally where people from across the city participate in these events. Call ahead to know more.

205 Emerson Avenue South East
Atlanta, GA 30316

»Zoo Atlanta

Just minutes from downtown Atlanta in historic Grant Park, the exciting Zoo Atlanta features the Southeast's most impressive collection of wildlife from around the globe. Legend says that the zoo got its start when the owners of a traveling animal show went bankrupt and suddenly fled town. Today, popular exhibits include daily elephant demonstrations, giraffe feedings, and the acquired Chinese pandas. Various spots within the zoo make for wonderful locations to host private celebrations.

800 Southeast Cherokee Avenue Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30315

»Grant Park

Created mostly with land granted by Colonel Lemuel Grant, the "Father of Atlanta," Grant Park is the oldest surviving park in the city. Its landscape was part of the defensive line against Union forces in the Civil War, and the breastworks of Fort Walker remain as evidence of the Confederacy's defeat. The Cyclorama, a circular building filled with the world's largest painting, tells the story of the battle. The park's other main attraction is Zoo Atlanta, one of the only places in the country that you can see a set of giant pandas.

800 Cherokee Avenue Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30319

»Clayton Springs Farms

This farm is not far from downtown Atlanta, and offers a sweet retreat from city life. Trail rides, picnics, and many other activities are offered on this 100-acre (40-hectare) estate, which features both farmland and woodlands. Perhaps the most popular events are the moonlight hayrides, offered nightly throughout the year in fair weather. Business retreats, office picnics, and private events can all be organised, and 15 acres (six hectares) can be for camping.

4940 Steele Road
Ellenwood, GA 30294

»East Lake Golf Club

This golf club has a rich history and a distinct reputation on the golf circuit. Over 40 regional and national champions have emerged from this prestigious course. Bobby Jones and Charlie Yates went on to win the British Amateur championships as well. It has played host to over 17 major championships, such as the 1950 U.S. Women's Amateur, 1963 Ryder Cup, 101st United States Amateur Championship, and the PGA TOUR Championship. It has an 18-hole golf course and a clubhouse designed by architect Harry Leslie Walker. There's also a special enclosure reserved only for members. For more details and directions to the course, you can visit the website.

2575 Alston Drive Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30317

»Woodruff Park

Spread over 6 acres of lush greenery, the Woodruff Park enjoys a splendid location in the heart of the student, financial and nightlife districts. Atlanta's green lung in every way, this park is equipped with fountains, water-coolers, shaded areas, sculptures, bandstands and pruned lawns so that students, office-goers and tourists can seek respite for a while. Cultural and community events are a regular occurrence too.

91 Peachtree Street NorthEast
Atlanta, GA 30313

»Outdoor Activity Center

This 26-acre 10.5-hectare) facility is designed with kids in mind. Located just a few miles from downtown, the center provides a hands-on natural learning experience for kids from pre-school age on up. Among the learning facilities are a tree house classroom, a 650-gallon freshwater aquarium, and an interactive ecological playground called Naturescape. Nature tours, educational programs, and a wide range of special events are offered throughout the year. Admission is free.

1442 Richland Road Southwest
Atlanta, GA 30310

»Candler Park

A Civil War landmark as well as an expansive verdant oasis, Candler Park offers tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer fields and an outdoor pool. Perhaps the park's most unique feature is its nine-hole golf course that winds its scenic way through one of the east side's most pleasant residential neighborhoods. Often crowded, Candler Park is not the ideal place for a quiet jog, but sports are always being played and everyone is welcome.

1500 McLendon Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30307

»Freedom Park

Although not the most glamorous of Atlanta parks, Freedom Park offers an escape for joggers, runners and cyclists. The wide recreation trail is part of the PATH program that leads from the Carter Center to Stone Mountain, and a recent expansion of the trail has added considerable lawn space and smooth concrete for roller bladers and bikers alike. For history lovers, the Carter Center and the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Site both are nearby.

Stone Mountain Trail
Atlanta, GA 30306
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