We don't know about you guys, but we're ready for some fun in the sun in Macon, Ga.! Whether you're looking to cool off at a water park, float down the Ocmulgee River, or enjoy a family day at the park, Macon is the perfect place to enjoy the Summer weather.  

Amerson River Park (2551 North Pierce Dr.)

Explore over 150 acres of pristine forests, meadows, & wetlands at Amerson River Park. Bring the kids & play on the state-of-the-art playground, walk the seven miles of trails, & bring your kayak or tube & float down 2 miles of the Ocmulgee River. 

  Amerson River Park

Sandy Beach Water Park (6880 Moseley Dixon Rd.)

Nestled on the shores of Macon's Lake Tobesofkee, Sandy Beach Water Park can be enjoyed by children & adults alike. Attractions include a Lazy River Adventure, Kiddie Isle (under 48” tall), Splash Race Body Slide, Slippery Slope Body Slide, Jr. Olympic Sized Pool, & more.

Sandy Beach Water Park

Ocmulgee Outdoor Expeditions

Ocmulgee Outdoor Expeditions makes outdoor activities simple & fun. Whether you want to float down the river in a canoe or kayak for a quick float (1 - 3 hours) or take a half day adventure, they can supply you with everything you need at an affordable price. 

Kayaking

Photo by Mark Thompson

Lake Tobesofkee (Moseley Dixon Road)

Located just outside Macon's city limits, Lake Tobesofkee is a year-round recreation area covering nearly 1800 acres with 35 miles of shoreline. Three parks, each with a white sandy beach offer activities such as swimming, fishing, boating, camping, water skiing, sailing and picnicking, are located around the lake.

Lake Tobesofkee

Filmore Thomas Park (3793 Log Cabin Road)

This fantastic, new park includes a splash pad, two basketball courts, a pavilion, a concrete pad, amphitheater, playground and nature trail.

Filmore Thomas Park