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Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club sprung from a man's vision of a place to live, explore, and play. And it wasn't a small dream. The grounds span more than 1,000 acres of the rolling hills that nestle up to the Chattahoochee River, where visitors paddle in open-top kayaks, cruise in hovercrafts, and swim. Water isn't sparse here: 16 lakes, ponds, and streams provide plenty of opportunities for fishing for bass and the Lochness Monster. Further catering to the sporting type, the grounds host hunting expeditions in search of quail, deer, and turkeys. Beyond natural beauty, the resort also offers man-made resplendence. The sporting club hosts a range of activities at well-appointed facilities, which include bocce ball courts and an equestrian facility. And centrally located amid the Lunker Lake boathouse and swim and tennis center stand rustic, yet modern, fully furnished vacation homes, which accommodate guests with privacy while keeping them in the center of the action.
8000 Capps Ferry Rd.
Douglasville,
GA
US
• For $14, you get one adult admission on Friday, September 23 (up to a $29 value). • For $40, you get one family admission—valid for two adults and two children—on Saturday, September 24 (up to an $80 value). • For $40, you get one family admission—valid for two adults and two children—on Sunday, September 25 (up to an $80 value).
8000 Capps Ferry Road
Douglasville,
GA
US
Fresh fare can be found at Acworth Fish Camp, where patrons seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Acworth Fish Camp worries about making delicious food, not counting calories. Be sure to complete your meal at Acworth Fish Camp with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Surround yourself with the wonderful weather at your next night out at Acworth Fish Camp. Large groups will appreciate Acworth Fish Camp for its ability to seat them quickly. Shake off the stiff workday duds at Acworth Fish Camp — attire is casual. If time is of the essence, Acworth Fish Camp's take-out option may be a better fit. For convenience, diners can park in a neighboring lot. Acworth Fish Camp offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. Leave your piggy bank at home! With prices under $15, you can eat at Acworth Fish Camp for next to nothing. Acworth Fish Camp accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards.
5989 Groovers Landing Rd SE
Acworth,
GA
US
Since 1997, captain Cy Grajcar has trawled the rivers and lakes of northwest Georgia. Over that time, he has developed a specialty for hauling up striped, hybrid, and white bass from lakes and rivers where they congregate, even setting records for some the monsters that he's reeled in. As a guide, he invites clients aboard his trusty 22-foot Palm Beach Center Console where all fishing gear is provided and ferries them off to the spots on Lake Altoona, Carters Lake, and rivers throughout the region where he's found reliable success. On the water, Cy shares instruction for how to draw in fat, picture-worthy fish using sound baiting, casting, and reeling technique, as opposed to just dangling a slice of chocolate cake in the water.
Autumn View Dr NW
Acworth,
GA
US
The instructors at Southern School of Snow Sports have developed an unusual, dry-slope training method, insisting that you don't need actual snow to master the basics of snow sports. So what's their alternative? A "white carpet" made of skiable turf. The slick, pliable material makes for an excellent practice surface?perfect for mastering how to turn and slow down. The instructors lay it down on gently sloping hills at local middle schools and high schools, where they complement their tutorials with lessons on proper safety and yeti avoidance.
2891 Mars Hill Rd
Acworth,
GA
US
A Roswell native, River Through Atlanta owner Chris Scalley grew up on the Chattahoochee River, which he proudly still calls home. It's not unusual for Chris to spend 200 days or more on the Hooch, as he and his affiliate guides constantly lead fly fishing instruction, boat trips, and wading trips on the river. Because of his lifetime of experience, Chris has accumulated a unique knowledge of the local ecology, behavior of the trout, and how frequently they vote on American Idol. Though he has fished at destination rivers all over the world, Chris still feels that the Hooch holds its own with regard to angling and aesthetics. To preserve these aesthetics, Chris led efforts to protect the Chattahoochee and its sport fishery, earning him recognition in 2007 as a Hero of Conservation in Field & Stream.
3760 Paper Mill Rd. SE
Marietta,
GA
US
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