Macon Reunions: Where Memories Live
Are you looking for the perfect venue for your next reunion? Macon has an array of options from parks to museums that will provide you with a great space to spend time with your family and friends. Here a few unique and diverse options to choose from:
Macon-Bibb County Parks and Recreation Department
Serving the citizens of Macon for over 100 years, the Macon-Bibb County Parks and Recreation Department offers spaces that are perfect for a reunion while enjoying beautiful nature trails and thousands of acres of parks and open space.
Amerson River Park
This park contains 180 acres of forests, meadows, and wetlands with beautiful views of the rivers and its banks. It includes a playground, several covered pavilions and plenty of space to enjoy your reunion.
Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park
Enjoy time with your family and friends while exploring a rich history nearly 17,000 years in the making. From the one-of-a-kind Earth Lodge to the nature trails, the Monument is a beautiful backdrop to a fun reunion.
Lake Tobesofkee & Sandy Beach Water Park
There's nothing quite like the lake on a beautiful summer day. Lake Tobesofkee has some fantastic options for your next reunion. The Tobesofkee Recreation area has three public parks including Claystone, Sandy Beach, and Arrowhead. Each park features covered pavilions and large beaches with children's playgrounds. Also, during the summer, check out Sandy Beach Water Park and have some fun in their wave pool and water slides.
The Tubman Museum, which is the largest museum in the Southeast dedicated to the history, culture, and art of African Americans, is a spacious 49,000-square-foot building that can cater to all of your needs from having a full kitchen to a large main room that is the perfect place to have your reunion.
Georgia Sports Hall of Fame
Whether you're having a family reunion or a school reunion, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is a great option. The recently renovated 1,500-square-foot Georgia room is perfect for a sit-down dinner and the 205-seat theater is a unique feature as well.
This beautifully restored 14,000-square-foot building is the perfect location to dance the night away with family and friends. It features original marble, gilt molding, and wooden benches.
Completed in 1885, the Armory Ballroom features unique characteristics that still maintain its rich history. With a capacity of 300, this spacious area is the perfect place to hold your reunion.
The Library Ballroom
This warm and inviting atmosphere provides a perfect backdrop for your next reunion. The facility consists of the Grand Library Ballroom, Reception Room, and downstairs foyer.