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Here in Georgia's Robins Region, we play as hard as we work!
Warner Robins Recreation Department
The Warner Robins Recreation Department serves residents with a
variety of leisure activities and opportunities for friendly
competition and fair play. Athletic types enjoy the track,
baseball, softball, swimming, football,
volleyball, and basketball programs offered for children and
youth. Adult programs include men's, women's, open, church, and
industrial softball leagues; swimming and water aerobics;
volleyball; and basketball. Red Cross swim lessons, water safety
instructor certification, and lifeguard certification are
offered at both pools under the Swim Program.
In addition to athletics, the Warner Robins Recreation Department is a source of enrichment classes such as martial arts, aerobics (boot-camp style), ceramics and other crafts, dog obedience, and the AARP 55 Alive Mature Driving course.
The department also hosts meetings of clubs such as the Warner Robins Fencing Society, the Robins Ramblers Square Dancing Club, the Warner Robins Coin Club, Heart of Georgia Philatelic Society (stamp collecting), the Warner Robins Crochet Club, the Middle Georgia Orchid Society, USA Dance Ballroom Dancing, and Warner Robins Horseshoe Pitcher's Club.
Basketball, billiards, and air hockey are available through an annual membership fee of $3 for ages 9 to18, and $10 to $25 for adults, based on residency. Each year, there are day camps for winter, spring, summer, and fall breaks and the Christmas holidays.
Warner Robins has 12 neighborhood parks with playgrounds and picnic areas, and several also have pavilions with restroom access that can be reserved for a fun outdoor event. For indoor events, the department has four locations to choose from: The Wellston Center will accommodate up to 500 guests, the Ted Wright Building and the McIntyre Room up to 150 guests, and the Ferguson Building up to 50 guests.
Warner Robins' seniors are also well served by the Recreation Department. Senior activities and services are open to area residents 50 years and older, with no membership requirement for participation. The Senior Activity Center at 152 Maple St. hosts such groups and activities as Prime Painters, the Quilting Party, Ikebana Japanese flower arranging, AARP Taxaide (seasonal), trips, aerobics, ceramics, line dancing, ballroom dancing, and has a nicely equipped woodworking shop. The AARP, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, and the Warner Robins and Ted Wright senior social clubs meet regularly in Recreation Department facilities.
Warner Robins Senior Center, a division of the Middle Georgia Community Action Agency, leases space from the Recreation Department to provide many services to area seniors including lunch (by appointment only), transportation, trips, information and referral services, outreach services, friendly visiting, nutrition education, consumer education, health checks, arts and crafts, and recreation.
The Warner Robins Recreation Department proudly hosts the Georgia Golden Olympics, a four-day event that attracts hundreds of participants and their families each year. These athletes range from the avid competitor to the good-natured playmate in events such as archery, badminton, bowling, cycling, 5K races, racquetball, track and field events, swimming, tennis, volleyball, golf, horseshoes, shuffleboard, table tennis, 3-on-3 basketball, Frisbee, football and softball throws, billiards, checkers, and more. The Georgia Golden Olympics is an official qualifying site for the National Senior Games that are held bi-annually at various venues throughout the United States.
Warner Robins Parks and Recreation Department
800 Watson Blvd., Warner Robins, GA 31099
Administrative Offices 478-929-1911
Senior Activity Center 478-929-6960
While the City of Centerville does not maintain parks, recreation facilities, and libraries, Centerville residents and visitors find those amenities convenient throughout the area. The Galleria Mall in Centerville houses more than 45 specialty shops and a theatre. The mall also serves as an indoor, .75-mile walking track for athletes and window-shoppers alike. For more information on Centerville, visit www.centervillega.org.
temperate climate and gently rolling landscape make it the ideal
spot for one of world's most popular sports - golf. The Warner
Robins area is home to a number of challenging courses,
including the public International City Golf Club operated by
the city of Warner Robins and several other courses dotted
throughout Houston County.
The following golf courses support the Robins Regional Chamber
The International City Golf Club
The International City Golf Club is Warner Robins' public, city-owned course offering 18 holes of golf, a practice facility, fully stocked pro shop, club repair service, lessons by the head golf professional and a fully stocked snack bar. Junior, single, family, and corporate memberships are available.
100 Sandy Run Ln.
Warner Robins, GA 31088
Houston Lake Country Club
Houston Lake County Club, located in Perry, has been ranked among the "Top 50" by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "Top 10 Semi-Private Courses" by Georgia Golf News, and one of "America's Best" by Golf Week. Home of fast greens and friendly people, the golf course is an 18-hole facility that includes a large practice green, driving range, full-service pro shop, restaurant and grill, and swimming pool.
100 Champions Way
Perry, GA 31069
Landings Golf Club
Golfers in Georgia have known for many years that one of the finest places to play in the state is Landings Golf Club, a semi-private club in Warner Robins. The club boasts two nine-hole courses, the Trestle and the Bluff - each with its own challenges. In May 2005, Landings Golf Club hosted an ASGA Tour event that was televised on The Golf Channel, which included a 54-hole Medal Play in both Pro-Champion and Pro-Net divisions, and an 18-hole Pro-Am (one pro/celebrity and three amateurs).
309 Statham's Way
Warner Robins, GA 31088