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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Lost Mountain Park

    Located just north of Atlanta, this unique park is about as frequented as its clever name implies. The name, Lost Mountain Park, itself is derived from the peculiar way the mountain seems to disappear as visitors approach on foot. Utilized mostly by local fisherman, the park is thickly forested and features two serene lakes. Picnic facilities and hiking trails are provided. Maps are available at the visitors center, where rangers are always willing to point out the best fishing spots.

    4845 Dallas Highway
    Powder Springs, GA 30127

    »Dogwood Golf & Country Club

    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.

    4207 Flint Hill Road
    Austell, GA 30106

    »Sweetwater Creek State Park

    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.

    1750 Mount Vernon Road
    Lithia Springs, GA 30122

    »West Pines Golf Club

    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.

    9090 Rose Avenue
    Douglasville, Georgia 30134

    »Your Bowling Center

    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.

    3931 Longview Drive
    Douglasville, Georgia 30135

    »Laurel Park

    Located in the heart of the city, this beautifully landscaped expanse is one of the city's favorite recreational spots. Spanning 25 acres (10.11 hectares), Laurel Park offers something for everyone. Kids will love their own little play area replete with a duck pond. For those into sports, the park offers 13 well-maintained tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, a basketball court as well as shuffleboard facilities. If you simply wish to relax and take in the outdoors, there's a picnic area as well. Check website for more.

    151 Manning Road
    Marietta, GA 30064

    »Escalade Indoor Climbing Gym

    An indoor rock climbing facility that features 13,000 square feet of climbing walls including a 2,000 foot bouldering island, an overhang wall, and a 55 degree angle wall.

    2995 Cobb International Boulevard
    Kennesaw, Georgia 30144

    »City Club Marietta

    Built in 1927, this public 18 hole, par 71 golf course is nestled among rolling hills and tall pines which can frequently affect your shotmaking strategies. Water hazards come into play on three holes and a driving range and pro shop are on site. Rental clubs are available.

    510 Powder Springs Street
    Marietta, Georgia 30064

    »Kennesaw Mountain

    This national park is located on the site of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, the last significant victory for the South during their defense of Atlanta in 1864. Centered around the namesake mountain, which rises to 1808 feet (551 meters), the park features over 16 miles (26 kilometers) of mapped trails as well as a museum commemorating the historic battle. Picnic sites, battlefield markers and monuments are peppered throughout the forested mountainside, which features great views of Atlanta in clear weather. Maps detailing the trails and battle history are available from the visitors center.

    900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive
    Kennesaw, GA 30152

    »Cobblestone Golf Course

    One of the area's best public courses, this wonderful creation was designed by three different architects and is very well maintained. The 18 hole, par 71 course was built on rolling terrain and features narrow, tree-lined fairways, fast and well bunkered greens, and water hazards coming into play on at least ten holes.

    4200 Nance Road
    Marietta, Georgia 30101

    »Marietta Square

    Marietta Square is the town square and center of all creative and community events. The lush green surroundings, landscaped area and gleaming fountain make for a pleasant sight. It also has a toy train engine playground for kids to enjoy, while parents take a stroll around. However, highlight of the square is the Gazebo, that is an ideal background for your family photographs or wedding video. Evening Concert Series and Brown Bag Concerts, farmers market, public events, weddings and similar events are regularly held here.

    4 Depot Street
    Marietta, GA 30060

    »Silver Comet Trail

    Years ago, the Silver Comet Rail Line took passengers back and forth between Atlanta and Birmingham, Alabama. Now, however, the abandoned line has carried passengers only on foot or on bicycle. This paved trail runs for 13 miles (21 kilometers) through Cobb County and continues into Paulding and Polk Counties. When completed, the trail will extend the entire length of the Atlanta-Birmingham line. Pets are allowed if leashed. You can access this scenic trail at multiple locations; just call for directions.

    4573 Mavell Road South East
    Smyrna, GA 30339
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