Festival of Lights 2019
Tuesday, November 26th
Christmas Lights! Carols! S’mores and Santa! It’s everyone’s favorite time of year when we see the signs of holiday cheer!
Please plan to join us on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 when Airport Road Park will be transformed into a winter wonderland with beautiful lights displays, snow and more! Families can enjoy a free fun filled evening sure to please children of all ages.
Food will be available for purchase at the 4H tent!
Orchard Hill Park will also be decked out in Holiday lights for everyone to enjoy the entire holiday season!
Fishing at Dundee Lake Park
Fishing is an excellent way to unwind, relax and de-stress and it’s an activity that the whole family can enjoy together! Dundee Lake Park offers a 28 acre fishing lake suitable for bank fishing or small, non-gas motor boats. No boat ramp is available so boats must be carried from parking area to the lake. Fishermen of all ages and skill levels can enjoy catching Bass, Catfish and Crappie. This park is open and fishing is allowed from 7am to dark. A State Fishing License is required from Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources.
The Grind Skate Park is located within Griffin City Park on Camp Northern Road, Griffin. It features a 6 foot half pipe, several quarter pipes, bank to bank, multiple event fun box, various grinding rails and more. Only skateboards and roller blades are permitted. Helmets and safety gear are recommended.
Named in honor of Ernest Howard Atkinson who owned the original site, Ernie’s Trail is located at Wyomia Tyus Olympic Park. The trail, with its natural beauty and area teeming with both flora and fauna, can be used for both peaceful respites and classroom settings.
Griffin-Spalding County Athletic Hall of Fame
The Griffin-Spalding Athletic Hall of Fame is located at 841 Memorial Drive, Griffin and is open Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm. The Hall of Fame features many great local athletes including three time Olympic Gold Medalist Wyomia Tyus, Football Hall of Fame Inductee Rayfield Wright, Atlanta Falcon great Jessie Tuggle and Atlanta Braves Second and Third Baseman Jeff Treadway to name just a few.
Admission is free and donations are accepted.
History at Camp Stephens
Located on the McIntosh trail, an old Native American trade route, Camp Stephens is the site of a civil war encampment and training ground. Visit this historical site to view the trenches and breastworks once used by the soldiers in training. The park is located on the corner of Stephens Street and Jackson Street, Griffin, GA.
For more information on things to do in the Spalding County visit
Griffin Spalding Chamber of Commerce