To reserve a room, the entire lodge, or book a hunt
please call:
912.531.2482





Other Area Activities

What would you like to do first?

What’s on your wish list?  Watch an eagle take flight, meet a 78-million year old dinosaur. Stop to smell the roses (and azaleas and camellias) in our garden or have a family day at our water park.  And if you can’t fit it all in, we’ll be glad to see you come back again.

The Georgia Southern University Golf Course at University Park

12 Par One Full Size (Medium)Tee off in Statesboro at the new GSU Golf Course at University Park.  This 18 hole championship course, opened in October 2013, is available for public use at a daily rate or through an annual pass.  The course offers five sets of tees and is designed so golfers of all skill levels can enjoy playing a round.  The facility also has a driving range, practice putting and chipping greens, along with a renovated 8,000 square foot clubhouse.  Grab a bite in the Snack Bar or browse the Pro Shop for the latest Eagle accessories!

Address: 1031 Golf Club Road
Phone: 912-GSU-GOLF
Website: http://recreation.georgiasouthern.edu/golf/
Fees: Prices vary *Please visit website for details











Blind Willie McTell Trail
WillieMcTellTrail2.jpgWho was Blind Willie and why does he have a trail in Statesboro? Ever hear the Allman Brothers Band song “Statesboro Blues”? Willie is the blues great who wrote it. His namesake trail, though, is anything but blue.  You’ll ramble or cycle through a mile – and 7,415 square yards — of architecturally designed park, quirky art, and cobra lighting throughout that connects the Georgia Southern University campus to Downtown Statesboro.  Bike racks, picnic tables and quirky art benches invite you to stop and enjoy lunch or the beautiful day.

 

Address: Beginning at Fair Road’s Memorial Park and ending at Downtown’s Triangle Park
Phone: 912-489-1869 or 1-800-568-3301
Website: N/A
Hours: Any time
Fees: None




Freeman Mill
 518 Country Club Road, Statesboro, Ga. 30458
Phone: 912-852-9381



Old Freeman Family Farm

644 Scarboro Highway
Sylvania, GA 30467

Bring your family and spend the day stepping back in time, to a slower pace when water was pumped by windmill, tractors were started with a hand-crank, and a child’s favorite place to play was the barn loft. 

Located centrally between Sylvania and Statesboro, Old Freeman Family Farm is a 150-acre 5-generationPaths through the Corn Fieldcentennial family farm where you will love exploring our 5 acre Corn Maze and a pick-your-own Pumpkin Patch.

Take a ride on the hay wagon where you’ll enjoy a 2.5 mile stroll exploring the sights and sounds of theOld Freeman Farm Pumpkin Patch farm. There will be a livestock barn where you can feed our farm animals, cane grinding and syrup boiling, and antique farm equipment with peanut threshing and hay baling.

Other activities will include:

  • A Hay Ride that covers over 2.5 miles around the farm.
  • Zip line through the 100-year old pecan trees
  • Tire swings
  • Pitcher pump duck race
  • Pecan tree slide
  • Corn Crib
  • Cotton Jump
  • Sack races, corn toss, horseshoes and so much more…..


Eagle Nation on Parade
Presented by Georgia Southern University, Eagle Nation On Parade is a public art project that salutes the University’s traditions, celebrates the unity of campus and community, contributes to the economic vitality and quality of life in Statesboro, and supports student scholarships and research. The Eagle Nation on Parade leads visitors on a tour of Statesboro — from eagle to eagle and all destinations in between! Follow the official Eagle Nation on Parade Flight Path to see the eagles, take your picture and upload them to Facebook. More eagles will continue to be added to the Flight Path until the entire flock of 50 is in place!

Current Eagles on Parade:


  • Farmer's Market is located near Triangle Park on East Main Street
  • Embrace the Heritage is located at Heritage Bank of the South on South Main Street
  • Pursuit of Knowledge is located on Georgia Southern's campus at the Zach S. Henderson Library
  • GSU's Victory Eagle is located on Georgia Southern's Campus, near the Foy Building
  • Statesboro Blues is located in front of Howard Lumber
  • GATA is located at the Statesboro Holiday Inn

Locations: http://cah.georgiasouthern.edu/enop/flight-path/
Phone: 912-478-2435
Website:  https://cah.georgiasouthern.edu/enop/                                                                               
Fees: None

Hunter Cattle Company


Our farm store is open Tues-Sat from 9-5.

Enjoy shopping around through all of our meat selections. You can purchase by the lb, cut, value package or by the entire cow or pig. We also carry other local, organic products from surrounding farms.  Raw honey, dairy, HC farm fresh eggs, pastas, jellies, coffee, cheeses, and more.

934 Driggers Rd

Brooklet Ga 30415

E-mail: grassfed@huntercattle.com

Phone: 912-823-BEEF(2333)



Garden of the Coastal Plain at Georgia Southern University

It’s a lush garden, it’s a historical site, it’s a cultural heritage center.  The botanical garden is an 11-acre site centered on an early 20th century farmstead that’s lush with beautiful azaleas, camellias, native plants and endangered species. You can watch history in bloom through a restored historic farmhouse, barn and the Oak Grove one-room schoolhouse filled with authentic relics of long-ago life in the Southeastern Coastal Plain.  The garden also hosts dozens of events year-round, from the Whirligig Festival to Lunch and Learn presentations, so check their website calendar.

  • Walking Woodland Trails
  • Bland Cottage Visitor Center and Gift Shop
  • Oak Grove one-room schoolhouse
  • Heritage Garden with Rose Arbor
  • Children’s Learning Garden
  • Camellia Garden
  • Native Plant Landscape Garden
  • Native Azalea Collection and Bog Garden

Garden Path


Address:  1505 Bland Avenue off Fair Road (Hwy. 67).
Phone: 912-871-1149

Website: http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/garden/
Hours: Garden gate and grounds — Monday through Friday, 9:30 am-7 pm; Sunday, 1 pm-4 pm; Saturday, closed.
Bland Cottage, Heritage Pavilion and Weather Vane Barn — Monday through Friday 9:30 am – 5:30 pm; Sunday 1 pm-4pm; Saturday, closed
Fees: Free

 










Georgia Southern University Museum

The best of the old – say, 78 million years old – meets with ever-new and changing exhibits at this exhibit-packed museum.  In the Hall of Natural History, meet the Mosasaur, who roamed the earth in the Mesozoic Era, the Vogtle Whale, and 80 million years of natural history.  Bring the children – there are lots of interactive exhibits.

Now step into Gallery 2, where there’s always something new – special and national traveling exhibits.  You might find the archeology of Camp Lawton, the recently discovered Civil War prisoner of war camp.  Or an exploration of satellites and geochaching.  Or maybe something on World War II, model trains, or a mad scientist’s laboratory for kids.

  • 78- million year old, 26-foot long, fossil skeleton of a Mosasaur        
  • Georgiacetus Vogtlensis, at 42 million years young, the oldest whale skeleton in North America
  • Kids’ interactive area: Be a Paleontologist
  • Skeletons from modern vertebrates, including shark jaws, a sawfish bill, and a complete bottle-nosed dolphin
  • Gallery 2 changing exhibits feature hands-on educational fun for all ages. Check the website for the latest.

Address:  2142 Southern Drive in the Rosenwald Building #0104
 on the campus of Georgia Southern University
Phone:  912-478-5444
Website: http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/museum/
Hours:  Tuesday through Friday 9 am-5 pm; Saturday and Sunday 2 p.m. to 5 p.m;
Closed Mondays
Fees: $2 per person, children 3 and under free.




Georgia Southern University Wildlife Education Center and the Lamar Q Ball, Jr. Raptor Center






Watch the eagles take flight, touch our lime-green friend and Burmese Python, get up close and personal with raptors, reptiles, amphibians, waterfowl and mammals. With more than five acres featuring diverse habitats and species, an amphitheater and an indoor classroom, get ready to take a walk on the wild side! Check the schedule of daily programs, too, from herpetology to flights by birds of prey.

    Numerous resident species of birds of prey including eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, kestrels, vultures and more
  • Exhibits of reptiles and amphibians, including a gator tank, turtle petting pen, and Red-eyed Tree frogs and 23 other amphibians on exhibit
  • Self-guided nature walks
  • A Children’s Discovery Trail
  • A newly remodeled Lecture Hall Classroom
  • An Ecology Pavilion
  • A 120-seat amphitheater
  • 12-acre Wetland Preserve

Address:  On Georgia Southern University campus, directly off Hwy. 301.
Phone:  912-478-0831
Website: http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/wildlife/

Hours:  Monday through Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday 1pm – 5pm (closed Saturdays in June, July, & August); Sunday–closed.
Fees:  Adults: $2.00, Children (3-11): $1.00, Children under 3: Free




Mill Creek Regional Park
Ready to play? This is your place. Mill Creek Regional Park is 155 acres of fun for team sports, family fun and outdoor pleasure. The sports fields? State-of-the-art and unmatched in the Southeast. The activity areas? Playgrounds and a walking trail, picnic areas and plenty of wide open spaces. And the surroundings? A picturesque lake, beautifully landscaped with over 300 hardwood trees.

The Park is also home to Splash in the Boro Family Waterpark, separate admission required and a brand new Tennis Complex that boasts 10 lighted courts and Pro Shop.

• 155 Acres of parkland, including a picturesque lake • 15 Lighted Baseball/Softball Fields (12 Lighted) • 7 Soccer/Football Fields (4 Lighted)  
• 2 Playgrounds
• 1.25 Mile paved and lit Walking Trail with exercise stations
• 9 Picnic Pavilions
• 8 Public Restrooms
Address: 1388 Hwy 24 East, Statesboro, GA 30458, at Hwy 24 and the 301 Bypass
Phone: (912) 764-5637
Website: www.bullochrec.com. Hours: Daily, from sunrise to sunset.
Fees: Free



The Clubhouse

With 38 acres of outdoor fun and 42,000 square feet of indoor fun, including The Coca-Cola 125 Raceway with fully electric go carts, a golf range and mini-golf course, 24 lanes of bowling with 4 luxury lanes in a private suite, state of the art arcade, and laser tag areana, we are sure you will stay busy. Hungry? Not a problem, The Clubhouse has you covered with Spikes Sports Grill & Bar, which offers a full menu of homemade appetizers and entrees.

  • Indoor & Outdoor fun
  • Electric go carts, Golf range, Bowling, Arcade
  • Sports grill & bar
  • Birthday parties
  • Fun packages

Address:  2704 Old Register Rd Statesboro, GA 30458
Phone:  912.871.1000
Website: http://www.clubhousestatesboro.com/                                                            Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-11pm, Fri-Sat 10am-12am Sun 11am-11pm

Fees:  Varies



Splash in the Boro Family Waterpark
Is it any wonder people from all over dive into Statesboro for Splash’s 768,000 gallons of fun? Let’s start with boogie boarding on the Dual Flow Rider, the only one in Georgia. Then swim on over to the 5-lane mat racers and three waterslides.  The little splashers love the Play Pool. And who doesn’t love to go with the flow on the Lazy River?  Stay all day – there are two concessions stands, a gift shop and plenty of picnicking in Mill Creek Regional Park where Splash is located.

Splash in the Boro

  • Play Pool has a zero-depth entry with low-level water, designed for all ages. Tunnels, slides and a water bucket that pours 600 gallons of water onto the play area every three minutes
  • 800-ft. Lazy River that encircles the play and leisure pools
  • Spray Ground includes a 15″ wading pool, slides and interactive spray-and-play features for all ages
  • 25-meter lane pool
  • 24,000-sq.-ft. heated therapy pool
  • Pools open year-round under a portable dome structure
  • Two concession stands with seating area
  • 25 trained lifeguards on duty at all times
  • Men’s/Women’s restrooms with family change area and lockers
  • Gift shop and more0

Address:  1388 Hwy 24 East,
Statesboro, GA 30458
Hwy 24 and the 301 Bypass
Phone:  912-489-3000
Website: www.splashintheboro.com
Hours:  Seasonal, mid-May through Labor Day. Check website.
Fees:  Daily: Under 48” tall – $10; Over 48” tall – $12. Specials and discounts – see website.



Mainstreet Statesboro Farmers Market

Farmers Market CarrotsNew York has one. Dallas has one. Seattle has one. And well ahead of cities nationwide, Statesboro has one. We’re talking about farmers markets – the tasty centerpiece in the growing farm-to-table movement. Thousands (yes, thousands) make their way to ours on Saturdays, April through November, for fresh, locally grown produce, including conventionally grown and organic products. There’s also meat, dairy, eggs, baked goods, honey and jams, and crafts. And leave room in your shopping bag for fun. You’ll find live music, cooking demos, a wellness tent, children’s activities and more. Hungry yet?

Address: Downtown Sea Island Bank Parking Lot, East Main Street
Phone: 912-764-7227
Website:http://www.visitstatesboroga.com/shopping/mainstreetfarmersmarket/
Hours: 9 am-12:30 pm, Saturdays, April through November
Fees: Free

JumpShot: Indoor Trampolines and Paintball

With this indoor family entertainment facility you can enjoy the 13,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines. Whether you are here for a birthday, a break between classes, a team outing, or a corporate event; JumpShot is your destination for fun.

 Address: 158 E Parrish St Statesboro, GA 30458                                                                             Phone: 912-259-9191                                                                         Website: https://jumpshotstatesboro.com/                                                                                         Hours: Mon-Wed Closed  Thurs-Fri 3pm-9m Sat 10am-10pm  Sun 12pm-8pm                                   Fees: Prices vary per activity





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