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1077 Alabama Ave S
Bremen, GA 30110
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Chattahoochee Bend State Park is one of the largest and most significant state parks in Georgia. Sprawling at over 2000 acres (809 hectares), this lush landscape is rich in flora and fauna and features hiking trails, campsites, picnic shelters and paddling amenities.
Hunter Memorial Park is the 83-acre (33.59 hectares) city park that is home to Douglasville's Department of Parks and Recreation. The facility entails a volley of outdoor recreation and sports opportunities such as tennis, baseball, volleyball, walking trails, picnic spots and lots more.
West Pines Golf Club, on Rose Avenue covers a whopping 125 acres (50.59 hectares). The 18-hole, city-owned golf course is stacked with facilities and great services. Championships and tournaments are often hosted at West Pines Golf Club.
Douglas County Courthouse is located at Douglasville, Georgia, United States. It is an old courthouse now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The courthouse is home to the Douglas County Museum of History and Art. The museum has exhibits of mid 20th-century like displays of cocktail shakers, school lunchboxes, children's phonographs, and items from a personal collection of Coca Cola articles.
Located on Mack Road, Deer Lick Park incorporates a lush, green area of 66 acres (26.71 hectares). It offers a wide range of outdoor recreation opportunities such as fishing, walking and trekking, picnicking and playgrounds. Among the several sports facilities offered here include basketball courts, baseball and softball diamonds, disc golf and mini-golf facilities, tennis court and volleyball court, to name a few.
The Douglasville Commercial Historic District depicts the economic growth and trade in Douglasville. Added to the National Register of Historic Places, the district also includes several contributing historic homes, business buildings and other structures. A walking tour around the area provides interesting insight into the glorious past of the city.
Touted to be one of the fastest growing cities in Georgia, Douglasville's downtown area also has the distinction of being listed as a National Heritage Site. The century-old buildings manifest Romanesque, Gothic, Queen Anne and Italian architectural elements which have still been wonderfully preserved. The O'Neal town plaza with its charming brick fountain plays host to a number of festivals and community events all year round. Parks, golf courses, wildlife ponds, nature trails, public pools and soccer complexes dot the entire length of the city which is why it's so attractive for tourists.
Worthan Park covers a gorgeous expanse of 3 acres (1.21 hectares) and incorporates passive recreation spaces that are perfect for picnics. Open all week, between 8a and 11p, it has facilities such as picnic tables and gazebo.
Jesse Davis Park is located between Brown and Malone Streets, in Douglasville, GA. The park includes a playground, a football field, a basketball court and a public swimming facility.
This community park is wedged between Grady and Cooper Streets, in Douglasville, GA. Covering an area of about 3 acres (1.21 hectares), the park includes a playground, a pavilion, picnic tables and a basketball court.
The history of Dunaway Gardens can be traced back to the 1900s, when it was started by the famous Hollywood actress Hetty Jane. This garden was a favorite spot of the locals and the stars. Back then it was a platform for the theater groups and artists to perform. This spot was restores in the year 2000 and has been used for tours which speak about its history. The beautiful Dunaway Gardens is also used as private events spot, especially famous for hosting wedding ceremonies.
The Fowler Field Park is used most often by the Douglas County Soccer Association as their practice field. But this park has more than just a football field. It features picnic spots, a playground as well as a 2112 feet (643.74 meters) walking track.