Things To Do In Douglasville


Cheerleading and Gymnastics Day Camp or One Month of Classes at Where A Star Is Born (Up to 64% Off)

Where A Star Is Born

Douglasville-Lithia Springs

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

$50 $24.99

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$12 for Five Admissions to "The Meltdown" at MoJoBaS Fun Factory ($20 Value)

MoJoBaS Fun Factory

Douglasville

Players duck and leap as spinning arms try to knock them off their positions in a challenging action game

$4 $2.40

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Kayak or Canoe Tour with Wine Tasting for One or Two from Georgia Wine Kayaking (Up to 52% Off)

Georgia Wine Kayaking

Danielsville

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

$160 $79

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One- or Three-Day Inflatable Moonwalk Rental with Optional Delivery from Carnival Promotions (Up to 43% Off)

Carnival Promotions

Douglasville

Variety of inflatable moonwalks give kids a safe place to bounce around during parties

$100 $65

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$92 for $184 Groupon — P4 Martial Arts

P4 Martial Arts

Hiram

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$184 $92

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10 Karate Classes at Champion Karate & Fitness (47% Off)

Champion Karate & Fitness

Douglasville

Champion Karate & Fitness offers karate and fitness classes for ages 2 and older; more than 16 years of experience

$75 $40

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The formula for a perfect girl's night out is reinvented at the Pretty Muddy 5K. The staples are there: girlfriends ready to have fun, Fans of Mario Kart know Rainbow Road as a glow-in-the-dark racecourse in outer space. So do fans of ABC's The Bachelor, only theirs is located on earth and strewn with more celebrities than turtle shells. To them, it's the series of inflatable arches that flashed hypnotically around Juan Pablo and Kat as they hurtled through the Electric Run. Seth Rogen, Carmen Electra, and a pink-wigged Vanessa Hudgens have also been spotted among the global event's hordes of runners and walkers. Rainbow Road is just one of many "lands" that make up Electric Run's luminescent 5K. Any given Electric Run course contains five to seven of these brightly lit zones, each decorated according to its theme with neon trees, hanging umbrellas, phosphorescent cacti, and cascading fountains. Each land also matches the surroundings with its own soundtrack: upbeat and energizing for the wilder areas, calming and melodic for the surreal ones. Once the sun sets, participants travel through them all at their preferred pace. Everyone arrives at the same final destination, however?a DJ-propelled after party that keeps the night illuminated until the thunderous ka-chunk of the sun's timecard.
8000 Capps Ferry Rd.
Douglasville,
GA
US
Owned and operated by accomplished golfers, Accelerized Golf at Heritage takes a high-tech approach to improving swings and scores. The instructors rely heavily on visuals, especially technology that makes finding flaws and analyzing the golf swing a much simpler process. One of those tools, called Hotlines, uses more than 20 virtual markers to track the different positions of a student's swing. Instead of sending the results to NASA for in-depth analysis, though, the equipment provides instant feedback so tweaks to swing mechanics can be integrated on the spot. Students reap the benefits of Accelerized Golf's accelerated process during single and group lessons, and can retain their improvements by practicing at the facility in between sessions.
3304 Rose Rdg
Atlanta,
GA
US
Your Fired Creations believes that there is an artist inside everyone. Instead of climbing into a microscopic submarine to find them inside the bloodstream, the staff keep a hearty supply of equipment on hand to coax creative talents out though pottery, painting, and other activities. The studio's friendly instructors, including owner and certified art teacher Ann Marie Alford, provide guidance to keep creativity flowing freely from station to station. Wheel-throwing classes teach visitors how to knead and knuckle spinning clumps of clay into pieces of art, and fused-glass sessions transform tiny panes into colorful patchworks. Clients can also drag brushes through glazes and paints to decorate pottery or create colorful portraits.
4968 West Ridge Drive
Douglasville,
GA
US
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
For all that South Side Riders does for people?from lessons to trail rides to children's pony parties?it's their horses that benefit the most. The saddle club rescues its horses from less-than-ideal situations across the state and trains them to become gentle, friendly animals that can fulfill the role of a riding companion or a model for saddle fashion shows. The noble steeds carry riders during lessons as well as trail rides, which either follow a path along neighboring streets on the Urban Ride or traverse acres of trails through Boundary Waters park.
500 Highway 92
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

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