102 Valley Dr.
Perry, GA 31069
Phone: (478) 987-2142
Fax: (478) 987-0468
Jessie E. Tanner Junior Park, on Carl Vinson Parkway, lies just a few steps away from Houston County Office. The neighborhood park offers a volley of activities that you can enjoy with family and friends. It features essential amenities such as picnic spots, bathrooms and much more, Tanner Park also has provisions for various team sports such as tennis, volleyball, basketball, baseball and soccer, to name a few.
Briarcliff Park is a small but lovely park perfect for bringing your kids. There are two, tiny play areas here along with ample of open spaces that are covered with trees.
The Landings Golf Club is a spectacular facility. The terrain here is impeccable and makes a perfect setting for golf enthusiasts, professionals and amateurs alike.
Established in 1976, Nola Brantley Memorial Library is one of the largest of its kind in the county. This community library also serves as the academic facility of the Macon State College.
The Bill Peavy Memorial Park has several ball fields making it an ideal spot for children and adults for sports practice and local matches. The park also has two tennis courts and ample of parking spaces.
E.L. Greenway Welcome Center occupies the historic Warner Robins Train Depot. Originally built in 1943, the depot closed in 1970 and is now the source of information of local attractions and events in town. The building features on the Historic Georgia Register of Historic Places.
Sewell Circle Park is a lovely park with a swimming pool, two basket ball courts and a large baseball field. The park is a venue for many local matches.
This eye-catching edifice on Commerce Street was constructed after the city was named as the county seat, and to fulfill the larger space requirements of the court. The majestic building was constructed in the Classical Revival style of architecture and features a clock tower. Though there have been numerous additions to the structure since it was built in 1874, the stellar original features of the building have been well maintained.
Taylor Hall is located at Hawkinsville, Georgia. This building was constructed in 1825 and has Greek Revival and Plantation Plain style of architecture. It got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places in 1978.