Things to do in Middle Georgia this Summer, Part II
One more week and kids in Middle GA will be singing, “schools out, schools out for summer!”. Ok, maybe that was my generation but it still holds true…kids will be home which means you need a plan to keep your sanity and keep them occupied. Below are several day trip outings you can take right here in our area that will be both fun and educational for kids of all ages. Check out these things to do in middle Georgia this summer, part II.
Warner Robins Museum of Aviation -With nearly 100 aircraft, 4 buildings of artifacts and displays, a flight simulator, and a host of educational programs, this is an all day event. Bring a lunch or eat at the cafeteria and definitely wear comfortable shoes. Admission is free but call ahead at (478) 926-6870 for specific details on events or hours of operation.
Georgia Music Hall of Fame -Visit the Tune Town exhibit, Coca-Cola Drugstore, the hands-on Music Factory and check out all the displays in this fascinating ride through Georgia music history. Open every day of the week, call (478) 751-3334 or (888) GA-ROCKS for more information.
Lake Tobesofkee Recreation Area – Boating, fishing, swimming, picnicing, and a host of other outdoor activities await. Come for the day or camp out. Call (478) 474-8770 for admission, camping, picnic, and pavillion rates.
Explore a Local Library – Take the young ones to story time, teach the older kids library skills, or just grab a book and make it a morning/afternoon of literary entertainment.
Go Golfing -10+ courses in Houston County, and many more in Macon, get a cart (or walk) and teach the kids to play. The links await!
Johnny G’s – With go karts, crazy golf, batting cages, toddler areas, jumpers, arcade games, laser tag, and a host of other activities, this is the hot spot for kids who can’t sit still. If you’re lucky, you might even see live wrestling with the stars of Rampage Pro Wrestling. Call (478) 329-8002 for hours of operation.
For more entertaining summer ideas in Middle Georgia, check out Things to do in Middle Georgia this Summer, Part I.