- TripBuzz found 50 things to do with kids in or near Griffin, Georgia, including 36 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Peachtree City, Jonesboro, Fayetteville and Hampton.
- From Magnolia Lanes to Mega Maze Inc, the Griffin area offers 76 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Bike Paths and Bowling.
- The city of Griffin is a star in its own right having played a role in many of todays most popular films and television shows including The Walking Dead, Driving Miss Daisy and The Hunger Games. Tourists enjoy visiting the cities popular Griffin Commercial Historic District, the stately homes of the area and the various cultural museums celebrating the cities past.
An off-leash canine recreation facility, Macon Dog Park features open grass areas along with trees and a creek. The park provides drinking water, benches, an agility course, a double-gated entrance and a separate area for smaller dogs.
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.
Sparkles Family Fun Center is a skating rink that also features on site pro shop, a playground and an arcade. The center offers skating lessons and hosts a variety of parties, groups, and special events.
For an afternoon in the sun guests head to Jonquil Park. The park contains many amenities with which friends and family can enjoy a classic field day such as sand volleyball, two ball fields, and four youth league soccer fields.
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.
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.