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With seven districts on the National Register of Historic Places, Newnan-Coweta is a haven for history buffs. But there’s also plenty of other fun to be had. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy year-round biking trails; hundreds of acres of walking trails; a variety of water activities, including kayaking, canoeing and rafting; pickleball courts and several disc golf courses. If you’re more the “shop ’til you drop” type, we’ve got plenty of that too, from local boutiques and specialty shops to a host of antique stores. Discover all Newnan-Coweta has to offer today.

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Visit Aldrich Home for amazing deals on decor, candles, kitchenware, gifts, art, women’s clothing, textiles, furniture and more.
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Barbie Beach is undoubtedly Turin’s strangest and most unexpected roadside attraction. Naked Barbie and Ken dolls have been lounging around in a 6-foot-by-4-foot stretch of sand for more than 15 […]
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Visit Ace Beer Growlers for 30 taps of craft beer, wines, meats and sides. The shop is also an authorized Traeger dealer.
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County Junction is a family-owned shop that specializes in soaps, lotions and speciality products, all made from locally raised Nubian goats.
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FoxxHollow offers an eclectic assortment of vintage collectibles, antiques and yard art.

FoxxHollow offers an eclectic assortment of vintage collectibles, antiques and yard art.

Geocaching is a high-tech outdoor treasure-hunting game played with a GPS-capable device. Locate hidden containers called “caches,” trade items of equal or greater value found in some larger caches and then sign the logbook before sharing your experience online. After obtaining coordinates and hints from www.geocaching.com, you can begin your search. Download the free app. Nearly all Coweta County parks and recreation facilities contain caches; visit the website link for the full list.

These parks currently have geocaches hidden in them:

Andrew Bailey Park – 1011 Andrew Bailey Rd, Sharpsburg

Brown’s Mill Battlefiend – 155 Millard Farmer Rd, Newnan

Central Park – 172 Robinson Lake Rd, Newnan

Grantville Park – 23 Colley St, Grantville

Hunter Complex – 2970 E Hwy 16, Sharpsburg

Madras Park – 2355 Hwy 29 N, Newnan

Leroy Johnson Park – 6646 E Hwy 16, Senoia

Temple Avenue Complex – 39 Hospital Rd, Newnan

Welcome Park – 1792 Welcome Rd, Newnan

Geocaching is a high-tech outdoor treasure-hunting game played with a GPS-capable device. Locate hidden containers called “caches,” trade items of equal or greater value found in some larger caches and then sign the logbook before sharing your experience online. After obtaining coordinates and hints from www.geocaching.com, you can begin your search. Download the free app. Nearly all Coweta County parks and recreation facilities contain caches; visit the website link for the full list.

These parks currently have geocaches hidden in them:

Andrew Bailey Park – 1011 Andrew Bailey Rd, Sharpsburg

Brown’s Mill Battlefiend – 155 Millard Farmer Rd, Newnan

Central Park – 172 Robinson Lake Rd, Newnan

Grantville Park – 23 Colley St, Grantville

Hunter Complex – 2970 E Hwy 16, Sharpsburg

Madras Park – 2355 Hwy 29 N, Newnan

Leroy Johnson Park – 6646 E Hwy 16, Senoia

Temple Avenue Complex – 39 Hospital Rd, Newnan

Welcome Park – 1792 Welcome Rd, Newnan

The Georgia Tour Company was founded by locals to share a behind-the-scenes look at film and television productions shot in Georgia. Its tour shop is a great spot to pick up one-of-a kind souvenirs, since all of its T-shirts are made and designed in-house, along with special Walking Dead-inspired candles, and art, jewelry and assorted other gifts designed by local artists. From film location tours to culinary delights and the nostalgic experience of a drive-in theater, Georgia Tour Company serves up the best of adventures.

The Georgia Tour Company was founded by locals to share a behind-the-scenes look at film and television productions shot in Georgia. Its tour shop is a great spot to pick up one-of-a kind souvenirs, since all of its T-shirts are made and designed in-house, along with special Walking Dead-inspired candles, and art, jewelry and assorted other gifts designed by local artists. From film location tours to culinary delights and the nostalgic experience of a drive-in theater, Georgia Tour Company serves up the best of adventures.

Gillyweeds is a lifestyle market brimming with a mix of local and international treats. It also blends a spectrum of cultures displayed through its eclectic variety of clothing, accessories, gifts, art, gourmet, stationery and home decor.

Gillyweeds is a lifestyle market brimming with a mix of local and international treats. It also blends a spectrum of cultures displayed through its eclectic variety of clothing, accessories, gifts, art, gourmet, stationery and home decor.

Grantville’s historic district began as small settlement in 1840 and was renamed in 1852. Visitors can see filming sites for The Walking Dead, visit the train depot, walk by Bonnie Castle (one of the most haunted sites in Georgia) or play at the splash park.

Grantville’s historic district began as small settlement in 1840 and was renamed in 1852. Visitors can see filming sites for The Walking Dead, visit the train depot, walk by Bonnie Castle (one of the most haunted sites in Georgia) or play at the splash park.

Greenhouse Mercantile is a lifestyle store filled with lovely curated and unique wares for the home, including candles and essential oils.

Greenhouse Mercantile is a lifestyle store filled with lovely curated and unique wares for the home, including candles and essential oils.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1904 classic revival courthouse anchors Coweta’s town square. Its dome rises 100 feet above street level, and a four-face tower clock chimes the hour. The dome is covered with 13,500 pounds of copper to match the cornice, pediments and railings. The courthouse is also the site of the infamous “Murder in Coweta County” trial.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1904 classic revival courthouse anchors Coweta’s town square. Its dome rises 100 feet above street level, and a four-face tower clock chimes the hour. The dome is covered with 13,500 pounds of copper to match the cornice, pediments and railings. The courthouse is also the site of the infamous “Murder in Coweta County” trial.

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