Quality Inn & Suites
230 S. Main Street
Statesboro, GA 30459
Phone: (912) 489-3995
Fax: (912) 489-4157
A good place to start your exploration Statesboro, the visitor's center will see you well equipped with recommendations and information on what to see, where to dine, where to shop and stay. Up to date with the local events, find out where the locals go to have a good time, as well as major tourist attractions and activities. You can get personalized recommendations based on your interests and much more.
Blind Willie was the musical genius behind the Statesboro Blues by the Allman Brothers Band, a blues staple covered by many bands over the years. The trail is named after him, as a reminder of the amazing musician and storyteller he was. The park is a must-visit for the athletically inclined, with walking trails and bike paths, its a corridor of greenery through the city. If you enjoy art, a walk through the park is bound to intrigue you, with its intriguing pieces and sculptures. A lovely place for an afternoon picnic, the park is a favorite with the locals.
A visit to the Center for Wildlife Education offers an enjoyable experience for the entire family. With a number of engaging, entertaining and educational programs, visitors can explore the Down-To-Earth Encounter, Habitat Walkway, Flighted Raptor Demonstration and Children’s Discovery Trail. Pick up souvenirs and unique gifts from your trip at the Freedom’s General Store.
Spanning across 11 acres (4.45 hectares), the Georgia Southern Botanical Garden consists of walking trails, courtyards, a children's garden, pathways, an arboretum, a visitor center and more. Located on an early 20th-century homestead, it gives a glimpse of the natural heritage of the Southeastern Coastal Plain which is rich in flora and fauna, including endangered species. Various programs catering to different sectors such as research, educational and environmental are offered by the garden. This includes field trips, tours and other events.
The Mill Creek Regional Park features a number of exciting activities for the entire family. The landscaped park features a picturesque lake, walking paths and trails, sports fields and a splash park.
For those who appreciate the finer things in life, a visit to Meinhardt Vineyards and Winery is a must. Tucked amidst the gently rolling hills, the vineyard is a picturesque spot, offering a striking glimpse of the landscape, best appreciated at sunset. Unwind over a glass of their craft wine, accompanied by gourmet eats, it makes for a truly special experience. Contact the winery for a free tasting and tour.
Whether you enjoy rugged tent camping, RV-trailer life, or comfortable cottage living, the accommodations provided at George Smith Park near Twin City will welcome you with open arms. A lake with a boating ramp and rental boats allows for fishing and plenty of water sports, and miles of nature trails and hiking routes are laid out for the more adventurous visitors. 60 picnic sites are distributed evenly throughout the park, lakeside, riverside, and in some remote areas.