- TripBuzz found 24 things to do with kids in or near Pine Mountain, Georgia, including 15 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Columbus, LaGrange and Warm Springs.
- From Roosevelt Stables to Robin Lake Beach, the Pine Mountain area offers 48 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Gardens, History Museums and Beaches.
- A small community in Georgia, Pine Mountain is home to the Wild Animal Safari and Callaway Gardens. Resting among the Appalachian Mountains, the community is also equipped with many outdoor recreational spaces including FDR State Park and Pine Mountain Hiking Trails. Pine Mountain is less than an hour's drive from Atlanta.
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202 Kedron Drive, Peachtree City, GA 30269 MoreLess Info
With its pools open throughout the seasons, Kedron Fieldhouse & Aquatic Center features two pools; a heated, shallow pool and a larger lap pool. In addition to the pools, the facilities include an indoor hockey rink and a gym.
Specializing in youthful presentations, Camelot Theatre caters to the kids at heart who love to be entertained. The theatre puts on various shows throughout the year that include Disney musicals and stage plays as well as other classics such as Wizard of Oz, All Shook Up and Hansel and Gretel.
With two loops of varying length and intensity, the Kiwanis Mountain Bike Trail is great for a quick ride or an afternoon. The one mile loop is great for beginners and the 4 mile loop is for those who are more experienced.
Covering 696 acres, Chewacla State Park has a 26 acre-wide lake with swimming areas and playgrounds. Cabins, picnic areas and scenic trails make this state park a worthy retreat from the tensions of the cities.
The Southeaster Raptor Center is a rehabilitation center that rehabilitates injured students and conducts educational programs throughout the Southeast. The center also has a charity organization called the War Eagle Forever.
Established in the 1930s, Dunaway Gardens is filled with pools and hanging gardens to explore. The gardens are open to tours by appointment, which take visitors through the gardens while explaining its past as an outdoor theater.
Visitors spend hours at the Doc Holliday Museum discovering the life and achievements of the great Southern gentleman. The museum houses unpublished photos, books, and other documents which help to shape the life of the man.