Rome & Floyd County are home to a variety of recreational opportunities. The Rome community boasts incredible recreational options, from exquisite country club settings to award-winning public golf and tennis courts. Children and adults benefit from the well-established parks, walking trails, and rivers in our area.
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Stonebridge Golf Course - 18 hole course designed by Arthur Davis. The 6,800-yard course provides locals and visitors a fun yet challenging experience.
Launchbox at Stonebridge - The covered bays offer outdoor furniture and bayside service while players can enjoy a virtual round of golf.
Coosa Country Club - 18 hole course in the classic country club setting. The club also offers Coosa Junior Golf Academy for junior golfers.
Rome Tennis Center at Berry College - This facility is home to 63 courses, 30 acre site includes 6 NCAA regulations courts, three stadium courts, and six indoor hard courts. The facility is has been home to the ACC Tournament in 2017 & 2021. The ACC will be returning in 2022. RTC is also open to the community.
Downtown Tennis Center - This is a satellite location of the Tennis Center at Berry College. It features 14 lighted USTA tennis courts in the heart of downtown Rome.
Pickleball Courts - There are six dedicated pickleball courts at the downtown facility.
The Rome and Floyd County community has wonderful rivers to paddle on. Learn more about paddling options at romegeorgia.com.
Explore Rome & Floyd County...
Our community has 27 parks open to locals and visitors spread throughout the county.
Want to visit one of our beautiful Parks? See a full list.
The small city of Cave Spring has a lot to offer. The city is just 15 miles from Rome. When you visit, you might want to check you these places:
The Cave: Rake a tour of the cave located just off of the town square in Rolater Park.
Pinhoti Trail- This trail runs through Rolater park and extends to Elijay before eventually linking to the Appalachian Trail.
Rolater Lake - Also known as the Cave Spring Pool, is open weekends from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Marshall Forest is one of the last remaining stands of old-growth forest in the Ridge and Valley Province. This forest includes two nature trails. One of these trails is a complete ADA Braille Trail.
The Rocky Mountain Recreation and Public Finishing area offers two lakes, campsites, bike trails, a beach, and more.
The Pocket Recreation offers camping, picnic areas, and hiking.
Experience Rome & Floyd County...
The Rome Braves call State Mutual Stadium in Floyd County home. The Rome Braves are a minor league baseball team and are a High-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.
Charming Downtown Rome offers a variety of restaurants, boutiques, salons and entertainment. Downtown features connections to the trail system and access to the rivers.
The Floyd County Community has many farmer's markets and art markets for visitors and locals. Visit one of our local markets to experience Rome & Floyd County truly.
Did you know some of your favorite movies were filmed in Rome and Floyd County? Tour famous locations from movies like "Remember the Titans," "Sweet Home Alabama," "Need for Speed," "Black Widow," and TV shows like "The Originals."