- Our list of the best things to do in Fayetteville, Georgia, features the top 140 nearby activities — including 51 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Fayetteville, GA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Fayetteville, GA , followed by 129 popular activities in nearby cities, including Atlanta, Decatur, Newnan, Jonesboro, Griffin, Peachtree City, Hampton, Douglasville, McDonough, Lithonia, McKinney and Conyers
Located along Lake Allatoona, Bartow Carver Park features access to the lake for boating along with hiking trails through wooded terrain. The park offers children's playgrounds, picnic areas, grills and a building with showers, restrooms and a kitchen.
100% 3 votes
810 Nichols Road, Suwanee, GA 30024 MoreLess Info
A sports and fitness facility, the Old Atlanta Park Recreation Center features two gymnasiums, weight and cardio facilities, a classroom, a dance studio, and facilities for a variety of fitness classes.
- 1 votes
7000 Vaughn Road, Canton, GA 30115 MoreLess Info
Cherokee Recreation & Parks Authority provides a wide range of recreational sports and activities. Amenities include aquatic programs, guns and horses 5K, gymnastics and cheer and youth associations along with adult basketball, softball, kickball and a tennis center.
Settles Bridge Park is a large facility that provides a wide range of amenities. Patrons can bike, hike, walk or skate at the park. The park also offers outdoor basketball courts, playgrounds and a fenced dog park area.
90% 10 votes
300 White Columns Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30004 MoreLess Info
White Columns Country Club is a private country club which features an 18 hole, Tom Fazio designed golf course which is 7,053 yards in length. Other amenities at the club include a fitness center, tennis center and swimming center.
Seven different individual trails compose the Blankets Creek Trail System. Three of the trails are simple enough for beginners in addition to one intermediate, two advanced, and one expert quarter mile trail that requires full-face helmets.