Sleep Inn & Suites
135 Spirit Drive
Auburn, AL 36832-6942
Phone: (334) 501-7171
Fax: (334) 821-5116
Public course featuring bent grass greens, lighted driving range, putting greens, grille and bar, professional golf lessons, club fitting, and fully-stocked pro shop.
The Chewacla State Park in Auburn, Alabama, may be rather small in size, but it makes up for it with its extensive trails and natural wilderness. Camping opportunities abound at this park with modern cabins for the comfort seekers, and tent camping for the ones looking for a more rustic experience. The Lake Chewacla presents adventurous ones with swimming, fishing and boating opportunities, while one looking for some relaxation can just lounge about by the lake shore. Various kinds of trails for hiking, biking and tree identification are available.
The Student Activities Center of the Auburn University is a recreational facility provided by the university. The university encourages recreation amongst students and faculty alike. They are allowed to use the indoor and outdoor facilities in an informal way. These facilities can also be availed of when there are no scheduled practices or classes. The center offers facilities for playing volleyball, badminton, racquetball, table tennis, flag football, football, basketball and soccer. It also has horseshoes, weight belts, frisbees, and additional outdoor equipment.
Public course with rolling hills and tree-lined fairways. Also offers putting green, driving range, and snack bar.
Public course featuring bermuda grass in the summer and bent/rye mix in the winter. Includes chipping green, putting green, driving range, fully stocked golf shop, PGA golf lessons, and snack bar. Green fee rates are $26.00 weekdays and $40.00 weekends.
Large facility offering skating and an arcade.
You will be surprised by the size of the smallest national forest of the United States, Tuskegee National Forest. A perfect getaway for all you adrenaline junkies as it offers various camping locations. Other activities may include fishing, hunting and hiking. One of the popular locations in the southeast Alabama. Do visit the US park website for recent updates.
Robert Trent Jones, Sr. turned the land into two beautiful golf courses: the Links and the Lake. Lake Saugahatchee is at the center of much of the action, coming into play 11 times on the Links, which is nothing like a traditional links course. The first hole, a demanding, uphill 423-yard par-4, is first of 18 strong holes. Playing up to 7,311 yards with 40-some bunkers and a slew of tricky, undulated greens, the Links course is a challenge. Play the right set of tees and it's a fair challenge.