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Want to stay active? You’ve come to the right spot. Grab your paddle and head over to The House of Pickleball (affectionately called the HOP), which features 15 public courts and free, monthly clinics for beginners. If flying discs are more your speed, make your way to the Hunter Complex to try out Coweta’s brand-new, professionally designed, 18-hole disc golf course.

Visitors can feed their inner treasure hunter through geocaching. Nearly all of the county’s parks and recreation facilities contain caches. If the water is calling you, take your boat or kayak on the Chattahoochee River and explore nearly 50 miles of the national recreation area.

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Brown’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site opened in July 2013 and includes nearly 200 acres of walking trails, 6 miles of mountain bike trails, and interpretive signs that tell the story of the battle through personal accounts and military history.

Brown’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site opened in July 2013 and includes nearly 200 acres of walking trails, 6 miles of mountain bike trails, and interpretive signs that tell the story of the battle through personal accounts and military history.

This outdoor facility has nine soccer fields, a playground, a pavilion and restrooms.

This outdoor facility has nine soccer fields, a playground, a pavilion and restrooms.

The newest (and largest) skatepark-pump track combination in Georgia opened in late summer 2021. This regional facility is home to over 30,000 square feet of rideable terrain – complemented by playgrounds, restrooms, a splash park and a variety of other amenities.

A direct result of the dedicated advocacy by a handful of local youth, parents and community leaders, the park features an expansive street/plaza section, competition-level bowl, various obstacle and transition elements, and one of the Nation’s few integrated, site-built concrete pump tracks.

The newest (and largest) skatepark-pump track combination in Georgia opened in late summer 2021. This regional facility is home to over 30,000 square feet of rideable terrain – complemented by playgrounds, restrooms, a splash park and a variety of other amenities.

A direct result of the dedicated advocacy by a handful of local youth, parents and community leaders, the park features an expansive street/plaza section, competition-level bowl, various obstacle and transition elements, and one of the Nation’s few integrated, site-built concrete pump tracks.

The complex features a gymnasium, two outdoor basketball courts, two pavilions and a playground. It also hosts the Clay-Wood Community Center with a banquet room, kitchen, conference room and computer lab.

The complex features a gymnasium, two outdoor basketball courts, two pavilions and a playground. It also hosts the Clay-Wood Community Center with a banquet room, kitchen, conference room and computer lab.

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

Hunter Complex offers a gymnasium with one classroom, two tennis courts, three football fields, four youth baseball/softball fields, two adult softball fields, an ADA baseball field, a pavilion, a playground, walking trail and an 18-hole, professionally-designed, disc golf course (COMING SOON!)

Hunter Complex offers a gymnasium with one classroom, two tennis courts, three football fields, four youth baseball/softball fields, two adult softball fields, an ADA baseball field, a pavilion, a playground, walking trail and an 18-hole, professionally-designed, disc golf course (COMING SOON!)

This park includes baseball fields, two multipurpose fields, restrooms and a walking trail.

This park includes baseball fields, two multipurpose fields, restrooms and a walking trail.

The Madras Park complex boasts a gymnasium, playground, outdoor restrooms, a pavillion and a paved walking trail with fitness stations. The onsite community center offers four classrooms (two media, on art, and one other classroom), as well as a banquet room with stage and kitchen area.

The Madras Park complex boasts a gymnasium, playground, outdoor restrooms, a pavillion and a paved walking trail with fitness stations. The onsite community center offers four classrooms (two media, on art, and one other classroom), as well as a banquet room with stage and kitchen area.

Whether you’re looking to go hiking, rafting or just hanging out enjoying Mother Nature, this store has the supplies you’ll need.

Whether you’re looking to go hiking, rafting or just hanging out enjoying Mother Nature, this store has the supplies you’ll need.