200 Courthouse Square Fayetteville, GA 30214
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Explore the Outdoors

Residents enjoy more than 50+ parks and 100+ miles of paved pathways for hiking and biking. Boating and fishing enthusiasts can relax or go wrestle their next big catch on Lake Horton, Lake Kedron, Lake Macintosh and Lake Peachtree.  If you prefer to swing at the ball, we have four championship golf courses and a nationally recognized tennis center.

Boating and fishing enthusiasts can relax or go wrestle their next big catch on Lake Horton, Lake Kedron, Lake Macintosh, and Lake Peachtree. If you prefer to swing at the ball, we have four championship golf courses and a nationally recognized tennis center.

On average, Fayette County has 220 sunny days and less than two inches of snowfall per year. Our July high is around 89 degrees and January low is 32, so with mild climates like ours, we are outside year-round. With an average of 50 inches of rain per year, we have lots of greenery to enjoy.

FAYETTE COUNTY

BY THE NUMBERS

Golf Cart
Paths

Peachtree City’s hallmark is its 100-mile network of multi-use paths for pedestrians, cyclists, and golf carts.

Beautiful
Lakes

Lakes Horton, Kedron, McIntosh and Peachtree offer opportunities for fishing, boating, and hiking.

5 golf courses

Braelinn Golf Club
Flat Creek Country Club
Planterra Ridge
Whitewater Creek Country Club
Wendell Coffee Golf & Event Center

Fayette County offers more than 100 holes of championship golf at four out of five of our beautiful golf courses

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100 Mile Network of Multi-Use Paths

Peachtree City’s hallmark is its 100-mile network of multi-use paths for pedestrians, cyclists, and golf carts.

Four Lakes

Lakes Horton, Kedron, McIntosh and Peachtree offer opportunities for fishing, boating, and hiking.

Golf Courses

Fayette County offers more than 100 holes of championship golf at four out of five of our beautiful golf courses: Braelinn Golf Club, Flat Creek Country Club, Planterra Ridge, Whitewater Creek Country Club.

Six Public Parks

Fayette County is home to six public parks and several private neighborhood parks. Our public parks include Brooks Park, Kenwood Park, Kiwanis Park, Lake Horton Park, McCurry Park, and Lake Macintosh Park. Fayette County Parks are open from Sunrise to Sunset.

2017 USTA Facility Award –
Peachtree City Tennis Center

With more than 100 adult teams, PCTC is committed to not only adult play, but also wheelchair and junior tennis. Between collegiate, national junior, state and adult tournaments, the facility averages an estimated 35,000 unique visitors a year.

William Davis BMX Track

The William L. Davis BMX Track in Peachtree City is open daily from dusk to dawn for all your biking events. The BMX track was built by Olympian Eric Bress and is a full-service facility equipped with lighting for night racing.