The Atlanta metro area, including South Fulton, offers a hospitable climate for most of the year. Visitors can enjoy pleasant temperatures from early May to late October, and our city has plenty of ways to experience the outdoors including golf, tennis, boating, hiking, rock climbing, and more.
The South Fulton Tennis Center is a USTA facility serving our community with instruction, competitive play, and youth programs. For many years it was the home court for professional players including Donald Young and Taylor Townsend, and hosted Venus Williams Day 2019. The 24-court facility boasts gorgeous panoramic views, a 10,000 square-foot building, four clay courts and 20 hard courts–all of which are full-sized. The South Atlanta Community Tennis Association, a 501(c)3 organization, is contracted to manage programs at the South Fulton Tennis Center allowing financial assistance to players for training, equipment, and tournament play. Each year, a number of community events are held here including HBCU Championships, USTA National Tournaments.
Address: 5645 Mason Rd, Atlanta, GA 30349
Welcome All Park Natatorium offers two pools (lap pool and splash pool with slide) for citizens to come and enjoy. Whether it be for swim lessons, water aerobics, the youth swim team, or open swim (public swim), the natatorium provides for all of your aquatic needs.
Address: 4255 Will Lee Road. College Park, GA 30349
Wolf Creek Golf Course was selected by Golf Digest as one of the best in the area and is regarded as one of the most challenging golf tracks in Metro Atlanta. The course was created by Mike Young Designs and incorporates low flatland holes, wetland areas, and holes with dramatic vistas.
Address: 3000 Union Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30331
This private club’s facilities include an 18-hole Rees Jones-designed golf course, tennis, squash, swimming, exercise facilities, massage, casual and fine dining, and event space for larger gatherings.
Address: 4405 Camp Creek Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30331
The relaxed, welcoming atmosphere of this driving range creates an ideal environment for people new to the game of golf. Refine your swing on your own, or sign up for affordable lessons.
Address: 3520 Cascade Rd, Atlanta, GA 30331
The Tom Lowe Shooting Grounds is a municipal clay target shooting range for trap, skeet, 5 stand, and sporting clays. Catering to all levels of shooting proficiency especially beginners. The range consists of several combination trap and skeet fields, a 5-stand and sporting clays course.. We are open to the public and welcome first time shooters.
Address: 3070 Merk Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30349
Edwards Park Loop is a 1.9-mile trail appealing to hikers of all skill levels. The area features a small river, usually has low foot traffic, and leashed dogs are welcome.
This stretch of smooth roadways that cover the Chattahoochee Hills countryside is aptly named Silk Sheets and is our most popular cycling destination. Cycling groups like Atlanta Cycling meet at Campbellton United Methodist Church located at Campbellton Fairburn Road and Church Street. If you’re planning on a bike/run brick workout or want to plan a picnic after, another starting option is Cochran Mill Park.
Boat Rock is a small urban boulder field preserved by the Southeast Climbers Coalition. The area has a long history of climbing and held one of the first bouldering competitions in the U.S. back in 1985.
Address: 1238 Boat Rock Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30331
Located in Campbellton Park in Chattahoochee Hills, the Hooch Boat Ramp is an 18-foot wide concrete boat ramp offering access to the Chattahoochee River for boating, paddling, and sport fishing. The area has eight parking spaces for trailered vehicles, plus five additional car spaces, with ADA parking also available.
Address: 5892 Fairburn Rd #5446, Atlanta, GA 30331