- TripBuzz discovered 73 different types of activities for couples in the Watkinsville area, including Other Tours (like North Georgia Tours), Parks (like Stone Mountain Carving), Movie Theaters (like Spotlight Theatres Parkside Main 8) and Bowling (like Oasis Bowling Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 36 date ideas in or near Watkinsville, Georgia, including 35 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Athens, Madison, Winder and Greensboro.
Climb into a horsedrawn carriage operated by North Georgia Tours and experience bucolic Watsonville from the comfort of a sheltered buggy. Due to limited space, carriage tours are best for groups of no more than four adults.
North Georgia Tours offers narrated tours and ghost walks that are meant to enlighten and entertain. Tours, which can be conducted on foot or by carriage, focus on the area's architecture, history, and local legends.
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2450 S. Milledge Ave, Athens, GA 30601 MoreLess Info
Covering 313 acres and part of the University of Georgia, the State Botanical Garden of Georgia has native flora gardens, international gardens, and plenty of trails. The greenhouses are used by the University and are opened for public.
A family entertainment center and bowling alley, the Showtime Bowling Center features 32 lanes of bowling with automatic scoring as well as a video game arcade and billiard tables. The center is available for party rentals.
The Bear Hollow Zoo features native wildlife from across Georgia including bald eagles, barn owls, black bears, bobcats, and American alligators. On the weekends, the center often hosts hands-on children's activities.
A neighborhood facility, Memorial Park is frequented by families with children. Park features include a playground, walking trails, swimming pool and picnic pavilion. For added convenience, there is a nearby dog park for the family pet to enjoy.
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1400 College Station Road, Athens, GA 30605 MoreLess Info
Maintained by the University of Georgia, Oconee Forest Park is 60 acres nature reserve with trails for hiking and mountain biking. The park features hickory trees and provides visitors with direct access to Lake Herrick.
Owned and operated by the University of Georgia, the Georgia Museum of Natural History holds 14 natural history collections. The individual collections are divided by six different departments of the university, including anthropology, botany, geology, geography, plant pathology, and entomology.