Callaway Gardens

Resort Overview

Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains, Callaway Gardens incorporates the beauty of the surrounding Pine Mountain area and utilizes the many natural attractions that it offers. Callaway Gardens refers to the 6,000 acres of beautiful Georgia countryside that includes not only luxurious rooms, suites, and villas but also a championship golf course, acres of lush gardens, and a white sand beach. The beautiful lakes at Callaway Gardens also offer some of the best fishing in the south. The four gardens at the resort are home to the world's largest azalea display and also one of North America's largest butterfly conservatories. There are miles of nature trails for guests to take a scenic walk or bike ride. The mountainous terrain provides an exciting landscape for a round of golf as well. The resort features two 18-hole golf courses whose natural woodland borders enclose lush, rolling hills covered with mountain lakes. In the summer, Callaway Gardens guests can also spend a day at the world's largest inland beach where they can enjoy swimming, wakeboarding, and jet skiing. There are also 10 tennis courts, a full-service spa, and several different dining options at Callaway Gardens.

Golf at Callaway Gardens

Contact
Callaway Gardens
PO Box 2000 205 N Cherry St Pine Mountain, Georgia 31822
http://www.callawaygardens.com/
Dates: June 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014
Nestled among island pines, century-old oaks and sweeping salt marshes, Sea Palms is the only resort on St. Simons Island to offer 27 holes of championship golf on site. Vacation package includes a deluxe guest room with two double beds, 18 holes of golf each day and breakfast each morning, starting at $112 per person per night night.
Price range: $112