- TripBuzz found 11 things to do with kids in or near Greensboro, Georgia, including 7 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Madison and Watkinsville.
- From Spotlight Theatres Parkside Main 8 to The Oconee Course at Reynolds Plantation, the Greensboro area offers 37 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Historic Sites, Resorts and Golf.
- Located in the beautiful Northeastern region of Georgia lies the city of Greensboro. Founded in the late 1700's the town is steeped in rich history and is a popular tourist destination. The city offers many museum and home tours as well as water recreation activities on the shores of Georgia's Lake Oconee.
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210 S. Broad Street, Will-A-Way Recreation Area, Winder, GA 30680 MoreLess Info
Camping facilities including yurts, cottages, campsites and shelter houses are widely available at Fort Yargo State Park. Featuring a disc golf course, a lake with a beach, 18 miles of trails and fishing, families and individuals can also reserve areas for weddings or private parties.
3000 Buford Highway, Winder, GA 30680 MoreLess Info
Lead by a local and experienced tour guide, Wine Tasting Journeys provides wine lovers with a unique tour experience. During the tours, guests hike through natural trails learning about wines and wine taste at local vineyards afterwards.
Organized group sports are the primary focus of West Walton Park, which covers 50 acres of land. Visitors can access eight baseball/softball fields, two football fields, three concession stands, two playgrounds, walking paths throughout the whole park, and public restrooms.
Two areas compose the 24-acre Meridian Park, including an outdoor recreational site and an indoor community center. The outdoor park has one mile of walking paths, a playground, and picnic tables while the community center features two gymnasiums, classrooms, and an indoor walking track.
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1595 Centennial Olympic Parkway, Conyers, GA 30013 MoreLess Info
Featuring a world class golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, the rolling hills create the perfect backdrop for the Cherokee Run Golf Club. Lush greens cover the 18 hole course and visitors can enjoy dining and can even book the greens for weddings.
In addition to standard ten pin bowling that is open to the general public, the Oasis Bowling Center offers several special events throughout the week and even holiday events like a Midnight New Year's Eve group bowling special. The site also has a sports bar and pro shop.
The Loganville Toddler Park is a large outdoor space specifically for families with young children. There are three designated play areas that all feature recycled tire shreds to make for a softer surface in case children fall.