Things To Do In Douglasville

Up to 59% Off a Guided ATV Tour

Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club

Fairplay

$210 $139

Guides lead guests on ATV through the resort's scenic trails, including a 1-mile section along the Chattahoochee River

Up to 52% Off a Kayak or Canoe Tour for One or Two

Georgia Wine Kayaking

Danielsville

$160 $79

A guide supplies guests with their choice of a kayak or canoe and then leads them down the Broad River toward a local winery

Up to 67% Off a Transformation Fit Camp

American Bodyworks

American Body Works

$150 $59

Indoor and outdoor boot-camp classes meet three times a week and are tailored to participants' fitness goals

Half Off Pottery Painting

Your Fired Creations

Douglasville

$20 $10

Personalize bowls with colorful paints and glazes, then pick up the completed and fired pieces two weeks later

Up to 64% Off Cheerleading or Gymnastics

Where A Star Is Born

Douglasville-Lithia Springs

$50 $24.99

Five-hour day camps spend a Saturday afternoon teaching cheers and chants, while classes spend an hour every week on tumbling or stunting

Up to 91% Off Yoga or Self-Defense Classes

Japan House

Doraville

$100 $14

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Classes teach students to strengthen cores with yoga or fight off attackers with striking techniques and takedowns

Up to 81% Off Kickboxing or Martial Arts Classes

KnuckleUp Fitness

Multiple Locations

$99 $19

Jab, kick, and punch your way to fitness in these kickboxing or martial arts classes in a popular MMA gym

50% Off Martial Arts / Karate / MMA

P4 Martial Arts

Hiram

$184 $92

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The experienced instructors of Primary Fitness welcome students of all ages to participate in a fitness curriculum that accommodates a variety of fitness goals. A weekly schedule details a large slate of Zumba classes, with different skill levels aimed at children 4-12, experienced exercisers, or active, older adults. Other group class options include expressive dance—in which children explore movement and choreography—or hip-hop dancing. The studio also offers pole fitness classes, allowing those beginning and advanced to explore a full-body workout with choreographed routines.

921 Dallas Hwy 92
Douglasville,
GA
US

The head cheer coach at Where A Star Is Born operates on the belief that there’s no such thing as too young to cheer—after all, she started cheerleading at the age of 5. That’s why the coach and her staff of seasoned cheerleaders welcome students aged 5–18 to try out for the All-Stars team, attend a cheerleading-and-gymnastics day camp, or come to weekly tumbling and stunting classes.

1292 John Belt Drive
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

It was a summer getaway for generations of children, but in 2011, after almost 50 years of laughter and fun, Sun Valley Beach closed its doors indefinitely. The waterslides have become as dry as beef jerky, the miniature golf course remains unputted, and the 1.5-acre pool is now home only to the memory of frolicking. But not all hope is lost. Save Sun Valley Beach, a coalition of local businessmen who refuse to give up on their childhood swimming spot, wants to reopen the park and is ready to kickstart their efforts with a Beach Blast.

On September 14 and 15, the Clinton Nature Preserve looks to welcome thousands of projected attendees for a car show, arts-and-crafts expo, and all manner of vendors and attractions for families to enjoy. Beyond the scheduled expos, attendees can mingle with actors from The Walking Dead and hear country star Doug Stone sing his hit song, "In a Different Light."

4615 Bedford Place
Douglasville,
GA
US

At 5-Tool Sports Training Center's 7,000 square-foot, air-conditioned facility, David Collings—a former scholarship player at Andrew College and the University of West Georgia—leads a team of specialized instructors whose collective experience includes minor-league play and collegiate-level coaching. Together the team shapes young baseball players with results-oriented clinics, including a pitching program designed after those used by major-league franchises and the Chinese national team. Other sessions range from summer camps that cover all aspects of the game to position-specific clinics, such as introductory and advanced catching with Mike Day––a four-time College World Series catcher who went on to play with the Montreal Expos.

To keep their skill set sharp, athletes can schedule time in one of four 55-foot hitting cages, two of which boast Iron Mike pitching machines or two dedicated pitching lanes. Private instruction gives kids individualized feedback, and a video-analysis room allows them to see the errors in their swing or the understated chicness of swapping out a cap for a beret.

1292 John Belt Drive
Douglasville,
GA
US

Guided horseback riding trips through the trails of Serenbe, located in the beautiful Chattahoochee Hill Country of GA, just 35 minutes from downtown Atlanta.

8000 Capps Ferry Road
Douglasville,
Georgia
US

Douglasville Scene