Proximity To Great Cities Makes The Georgia Club The Perfect SpotPosted on May 31, 2018
Location, location, location! The Georgia Club sits in an ideal spot. With access to so many amazing Georgian cities, life at the club affords you the opportunity to see the city, country, and coast.
With The Georgia Club located just outside Athens, residents have access to so many different unique restaurants, galleries, live music venues, and sporting events. This college town truly packs a punch when it comes to culture, community, and cheer. The Classic City has its own personality and charm— that make you feel cozy and excited all at the same time. Check out our guide to all the can’t miss spots in Athens.
With anywhere you’d like to go in Atlanta (including Hartsfield-Jackson Airport) existing within an hour and a half drive of The Georgia Club, the whole city is easily accessible. The Georgia Club’s close proximity to Atlanta offers big city perks without the daily hassles and headaches of things like traffic and a high cost of living.
A visit to Atlanta has so many possibilities. If exploring world-class art, architecture, and design suits your fancy, spend a day walking around the city while visiting museums and galleries like The High Museum, MODA, Besharat Gallery, TWIN KITTENS, and more!
If you’re a sports fanatic, Atlanta offers the chance to attend pro events with professional soccer, football, basketball, and baseball teams. The brand new Mercedes Benz Stadium houses the Atlanta Falcons and the hugely popular Atlanta United FC. In the heart of the city, you can catch a Hawks game at Phillips Arena, and just outside the perimeter at SunTrust Park catch a fly ball at a Braves game!
For the foodies of The Georgia Club, a weekend in Atlanta couldn’t be a better fit. There are award-winning restaurants and bars all over the city. Check out Atlanta Magazine’s list of the 50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta.
With golf always on the mind, The Georgia Club is just a short drive from Augusta, which means just a short drive from The Masters.
Take a day trip and visit The Augusta National Golf Club, walk along the canal, and stop by some of the historical sites. Augusta is chock full of great food, quality nightlife, and beautiful scenery. The downtown areas boast charming walkability and opportunities for fun and food. Drop in for a meal at The Bee’s Knees, tour the boyhood home of Woodrow Wilson, and take a family photo in front of the some of the city’s beautiful street art. Get to know the Augusta local happenings here.
Beach bums can find happiness at The Georgia Club because it’s not far from Savannah and its striking Tybee Island sands and coastline. Make a weekend out of your time in Savannah so you have the time to take in all this historic city has to offer. Perhaps you can even take a stroll at midnight in the garden of good and evil!
Be sure to take a summer morning walk through Forsyth Park and around the many squares throughout town— they’re dripping with history and ghost stories! And don’t forget to spend some time on the iconic River Street, grab a drink and relax in the water’s breeze.
Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, and Savannah are all amazing places full of culture, history, and community. Luckily The Georgia Club isn’t far from any of them. When you live at The Georgia Club, you not only open the door to a wonderful community but also to wonderful local travel opportunities.