About Callaway Gardens, Atlanta, GA

Callaway is an award-winning, 14,000-acre gardens, resort and preserve nestled in the southernmost foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, in Pine Mountain, Georgia.

In addition to three types of accommodations, a choice of restaurants and plenty of shopping, guests at this family-friendly getaway enjoy lots to see and do. The Virginia Hand Callaway Discovery Center, Birds of Prey shows, Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, John A. Sibley Horticultural Center, Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden, Callaway Brothers Azalea Bowl, Overlook Garden and miles of nature trails showcase the beauty of nature.

The 10-mile, paved Discovery Bicycle Trail provides an invigorating way to see the Gardens. For the sports enthusiast, championship golf courses, including Mountain View Golf Course, former home of the PGA Tour's Buick Challenge, are a good place to start. Callaway is consistently recognized as one of the Top 50 Tennis Resorts in the Country by Tennis magazine thanks to its Mountain Creek Tennis & Racquetball Center. Guests also can take advantage of 13 lakes with a superb fly-fishing program, or enjoy the Gun Club featuring skeet, trap and sporting clays.

Year-round programs provide guests opportunities to explore the environment and learn more about the world around them. The Callaway Education Department presents workshops on a myriad of horticultural, wildlife and environmental topics.

A variety of special events fills the calendar all year long. Each year, guests enjoy Azalea Festival, Plant Fair and Sale, Masters Water-ski and Wakeboard Tournament, July 4th Surf & Sand Spectacular, Sky High Hot Air Balloon Festival and Fantasy In Lights.

Callaway, a man-made landscape in a unique natural setting, was conceived and created by Cason J. Callaway and his wife, Virginia Hand Callaway, for the benefit of mankind. The purpose is to provide a wholesome family environment where all may find beauty, relaxation, inspiration and a better understanding of the living world.