124 Highway 61 Connector
Villa Rica, GA 30180
Phone: (770) 459-6669
Fax: (770) 459-6813
124 Highway 61 Connector, Villa Rica, GA, US, 30180
- Phone: (770) 459-6669
- Fax: (770) 459-6813
Built in 1964, this semiprivate 18 hole, par 71 golf course is highlighted by rolling, tree lined fairways and large greens. Lakes come into play on six of the holes and a PGA professional and rental clubs are on site.
Situated on 403 beautiful acres atop the beautiful Oak Mountain, this semiprivate 18 hole championship golf course includes a 30 slot, full length practice area, a fully lighted driving range, a practice green which is over 11,800 square feet, and a clubhouse which offers a full service pro shop and dining.
This state-of-the-art bowling center offers something for everyone including open and league bowling, rock and glo bowling, an arcade, pool tables, and a snack bar.
Waterfalls abound at this beautiful Atlanta park, where a variety of trails lead to many wonderful remote destinations. Trails range in length from one-third of a mile to a full mile, and none are strenuous. Some treks involve crossing creeks, however, so come prepared to get wet if you misstep. The Cochran Shoals Nature Center houses a number of wild animals, including a mountain lion. Take Highway 20 to Fairburn Road (exit 92) and turn left. Turn right at Cochran Mill Road (Highway 70). The road leads into the park.
Set in the rolling countryside of Fayette County, it's hard to believe this bucolic facility lies only about 15 minutes south of Hartsfield International Airport. The location is so convenient, business travelers have actually been known to slip in a quick round at this par-3 course during layovers. The course plays 1150 yards (1052 meters) with narrow fairways that open onto wide approach areas and tricky greens. Carts and clubs are available for rent, as well as a driving range for quick warm-ups.
This 2549-acre (1031.54-hectare) park is particularly noted for its populations of birds, butterflies and wildflowers. Hiking trails are laid throughout, and pass such interesting spots as the George Sparks Reservoir and the ruins of a cotton factory destroyed during the Civil War. Canoe and fishing boat rentals are available, as well as a bait shack, restrooms, and historical information. Take home some souvenirs from the gift shop, located at the visitors center.
Centered around a large, convoluted lake, the course at Dogwood presents a barrage of water hazards sufficient to test the mettle of any serious golfer. The tight, par-72 bentgrass course negotiates a twisting path of doglegs and double-backs along its 6501-yard (5944-meter) length. Green fees, including cart, is USD45 on weekdays. A driving range, small pro shop and rental clubs are also available. Dogwood is located about 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta, and is open to the public.