Sleep Inn & Suites
1005 Oakley Industrial Blvd
Fairburn, GA 30213
Phone: (678) 782-4700
Fax: (678) 782-4710
Georgia is exploding with talented theater groups and this is another fine example. If you're planning an extended stay in the Atlanta area, why not come out and see one of their shows? Recent performances by this community theater operation have included Fiddler on the Roof, On Golden Pond, The Little Princess, and Neil Simon's Fools. Performances are held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. See website for schedule.
The Siloam Church International was established in 1997. It has a membership of around 3000 people. The church aims to spread the message of Christ and promote oneness among everyone. It organizes community events too.
A little park located not far from the city center, Welcome All offer exciting recreational facilities. Besides the lush park expanse, that is ideal for family picnics, the park also offers extensive sports facilities including a football field, five baseball fields, a basketball court, tennis courts as well as a general playground. Apart from these, the park also has indoor facilities like a swimming pool, an equipped fitness center as well as a rental space capable of hosting numerous events. Check website for more.
Located in a secluded clearing on the banks of a picturesque lake, The Cabin Path offers a wonderful outdoor experience. It has a log cabin that offers a comfortable place to camp, alongwith several hiking trails for the adventurous. Visitors can explore the surrounding countryside rich with rhododendrons, wildflowers and deer. the lake is a pleasant place for leisurely fishing. A walk through the maze built here is supposed to calm your nerves. Numerous activities are also held from time to time.
Attached to St. Paul Lutheran Church, this small parochial school teaches children through the eighth grade. While remaining grounded in the community's roots, the school also aims to be technologically moving forward. It has its own facebook page, and all the teachers have email addresses that are available to the students.
The Kedron Recreation and Aquatic Center is a sports facility that is open year-round to the public. It features two heated swimming pools, a playground, activity rooms, an inline hockey rink and an indoor volleyball court. The facility is also fully staffed and offers all the comforts of a luxury gym at no cost!
With the knights as their mascot, this elementary school aims to integrate technology into their classic curriculum of language, math and the arts. It has won several awards for its impressive programs, including the Georgia School of Excellence in 2006 and the U.S. Department of Education's Blue Ribbon School in 2006.
Lake Kedron is a 235-acre (95-hectare) water reservoir located in northern Peachtree that provides a relaxing getaway for visitors and Fayette County residents alike. In addition to providing the area with fresh water in times of drought, Lake Kedron is a place for people to enjoy swimming, fishing and other fun water activities.
Located 30 minutes southwest of the city, this amusement park is open on weekends. Although there's plenty of fun for adults, the park is geared toward kids, with bumper boats, batting cages, laser tag, and three go-cart tracks. A miniature golf course, video arcade, and play maze are also available. Bulk tickets can be purchased 200 at a time since they are the cheapest. There are also occasional "armband specials" that offer unlimited access to certain rides for a certain price.
This public school is dedicated to providing first-class education for children. To help children develop their abilities, the school offers a wide-range of programs, including ones in music, physical education, technology and art. It also has an after-school program and a media center.
This majestic antebellum house and city landmark, built in 1855, is now converted into a historic museum housing a variety of historic exhibits. Passed down through several historic Fayetteville families (which explains the multiple names), the museum features an exhibit of memorabilia from Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind, a replica of the first flag made in Fayette County, relics from the Civil War and a garden of native and historically important plants! Self-guided and guided tours available.
The Peachtree City Library is one of the crown jewels of Georgia's library network, celebrated for its beautifully landscaped grounds and modern interior that provide visitors with one of the most enjoyable library-going experiences in the state. With an extremely wide selection of books and other media for the public to check out, the Peachtree City Library is the place where readers of all ages can find exactly what they're looking for.