Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
8304 Cherokee Boulevard
Douglasville, GA 30134
Phone: (770) 489-4863
Fax: (770) 489-7689
Touted to be one of the fastest growing cities in Georgia, Douglasville's downtown area also has the distinction of being listed as a National Heritage Site. The century-old buildings manifest Romanesque, Gothic, Queen Anne and Italian architectural elements which have still been wonderfully preserved. The O'Neal town plaza with its charming brick fountain plays host to a number of festivals and community events all year round. Parks, golf courses, wildlife ponds, nature trails, public pools and soccer complexes dot the entire length of the city which is why it's so attractive for tourists.
Victorious Kidz Academy offers education for children in a friendly environment, under the guidance of a dedicated faculty. Alongwith basic education like science, mathematics and physical activities, it also gives emphasis to the spiritual development of the students, teaching them the Bible and inculcating a habit of daily prayer. Summer camps are organized and home tutors are also provided here.
The Fowler Field Park is used most often by the Douglas County Soccer Association as their practice field. But this park has more than just a football field. It features picnic spots, a playground as well as a 2112 feet (643.74 meters) walking track.
Bright Star United Methodist Church is a community-oriented church in Douglasville. The church provides a wide array of activities for several ministries including children, youth and adults. The church conducts choir music events, Tae Kwon Do training, consignment sale, children's theatre and a host of cultural events. It also houses a pre-school for children between two to four years in its campus. Check website for more information.
Nebo Elementary School was established in 1997 for the education of children upto grade 5. Dedicated faculty guides the pupils and inculcates a learning spirit in them. The over-all development of children is ensured through active participation in cultural activities.
Southwest Arts Center was established by the Fulton County in 2001 to provide quality arts education. Besides arts instruction, the 42000 square feet (3901.9 square meter) facility is also a vibrant hub of cultural activity hosting a diverse program of theater, concerts and other performing arts. There is also a purpose-built space for hosting art exhibitions. Check website for more.
Grace Community Fellowship Church aims to offer solutions in keeping with the spirit of the bible. It has many followers and organizes community events that inculcate unity and better understanding among people.
Founded in 1994, West Cobb Church in Marietta welcomes everyone with open arms. Three prayer services take place every Sunday with different music levels. It undertakes various charity campaigns, events and seminars for women, children and the youth. Call ahead for more information.
Holy Deliverance Family Worship Center believes in teaching the path of God to all who seek Him. Apart from prayer and worship, the church also takes part in several community services. Join in and do your part to make a difference in someone's life.
Adamsville Recreation Center is a brilliant recreational center for kids and youngsters. The fun activities here at affordable charges interest kids between the age of five and 18 having varied tastes and interests. Interesting workshops on science and even creative ones like Egyptian writing are organized here.
Cascade United Methodist Church is one of the most notable churches in the city that works to bring people closer to one another, thereby leading them on the path of God. It was founded in 1926 and has been led by many famous pastors including Reverend Joseph Lowery who was a well known leader of the American Civil rights Movement.
Changing A Generation Full Gospel Bible Church (FGBC) was founded in 1937 as the Greater St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church in New Orleans. It had a humble beginning, functioning out of a small hall. In 2005, after Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc, the church changed its location to Atlanta. With this, it changed its name to Changing A Generation Full Gospel Bible Church, in order to match its philosophy as it set about adapting to the new environs post the hurricane. It enjoys the patronage of locals as it tries to bring people closer to God.