Rome Sports Opportunities

With the energy it takes to choose and keep track of sports and their accompanying information, you may as well have been a member of the team (or at least you’re hustling as hard). Luckily, we’ve saved you some trouble and  compiled a list of sports and athletic opportunities for kids around Rome, including the seasons to register them. 

Rome-Area Pumpkin Patches & More

[Updated Oct 2020] It’s that time of year filled with football games, cider, and crunching leaves!  We are excited to celebrate this special season by making some memories. Here are are a few places you can do that within an hour of Rome: Creekside Farms  Open Weekends through Nov 1 Hours: Friday: 5-10 pm Saturday:…

Mount Berry Mall Fun

Tired of staying home? Too hot to be outside? The Mount Berry Mall is open (stores inside have limited hours), and there is room to remain socially distant. Sometimes you just need a spacious, temperature-controlled area to wander through for a change of scenery. Our Photo Chase Challenge is a fun, simple activity to get…

Summer Camp Guide 2020

[Updated!] We know it feels like it’s been Summer since the start of 2020, but believe it or not, it’s actually here…and it will go by in the blink of an eye. Create cherished Summer memories (to distinguish summer from social isolation) with any one of Rome’s awesome SUMMER CAMPS!  Whether you are still social…

Rome-Area Hiking and Walking Trails

Stay close to Rome… Berry College Recreation (and trails) *Please note that Berry College is currently CLOSED to visitors during the COVID-19 CRISIS. You can’t go wrong when you explore the largest contiguous campus in the world. Popular trails are –Viking trail (3.47 miles one-way, paved) –House o’ Dreams (2.5 miles one-way, moderate-strenuous) –Reservoir (start…

Myrtle Hill Cemetery Tree Tour

Several months ago, I wrote a guest blog post for the Rome Georgia Office of Tourism.  We’re all looking for ways to teach our kids, get outside, and explore while maintaining distance, so I thought I’d share again with a link to the original post. Check out the Myrtle Hill Cemetery Tree Tour with Kids!