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Pine Mountain , Georgia
17800 US Hwy 27
Pine Mountain, GA
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Callaway Discovery Center
This lakeside facility, the ideal starting point for a tour of Callaway Gardens, beautifully honors the memory of co-founder Virginia Hand Callaway.
Sibley Horticultural Center
No matter what time of year, you’ll find something spectacularly in bloom at this sprawling, five-acre greenhouse and garden complex.
Callaway Brothers Azalea Bowl
This 40-acre hillside garden is home to more than 3,000 hybrid azaleas and offers a zig-zagging network of walking paths through its serene surroundings.
Overlook Azalea Garden
The Overlook Azalea Garden is surely one of the most beautiful places on Earth each Spring, when thousands of shrubs explode into a kaleidoscope of vivid reds, pinks, purples and whites.
Ida Cason Callaway Memorial Chapel
Built as a tribute to Cason Callaway’s mother, this magnificent house of worship is built of fieldstone quartz and features nature-themed stained glass windows.
Mr. Cason’s Vegetable Garden
This series of demonstration gardens spans 7.5 acres and produces everything from vegetables to fruit to herbs to flowers.
Pioneer Log Cabin
The Pioneer Log Cabin dates to the early 19th century and offers a glimpse back into a simple but often difficult way of life.
For those looking for a peaceful stroll through nature, Meadowlark Garden - which also houses the Holly Trail - is sure to please.
Thornhill Hydrangea Garden
Before or after a visit to the Day Butterfly Center, take a walk through the Thornhill Hydrangea Garden to some of the South's favorite flowers almost year-round.
Nature & Wildlife
Callaway Gardens is home to a world of flora and fauna. Here's your guide to what you might see at various times of the year.
Spectacular surroundings. World-class venues. Impeccable service. Callaway Gardens is the consummate site for a storybook wedding.
Robin Lake is not only home to the world-renowned Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament each May, it’s a playground for water sports enthusiasts of all skill levels.
Showcasing a diversity of habitat, our seven miles of nature trails afford visitors a wonderful opportunity to connect with the natural world.
Summer Family Adventure is a fun-filled getaway with an incredible array of programs and activities for all ages. It’s like Summer camp for families!
Summer Family Adventure
The world’s greatest water sports athletes converge on Robin Lake every Memorial Day Weekend for the prestigious Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament.
Masters Water Skiing
The Sky High Hot Air Balloon Festival brings vivid color to the skies above Callaway every Labor Day Weekend.
From road races to triathlons, our year-round fitness events are nationally known for their competitiveness and beautiful setting.
Eight million lights. 15 dazzling scenes. One magical night. It’s the South’s greatest holiday light-and-sound show!
Fantasy In Lights
Learn digital photography, gardening, jewelry making, painting and more – our year-round lineup of workshops offers something for everyone.
Callaway Gardens boasts a diverse collection of restaurants, a creative offering of flavorful dishes and a generous helping of good ol’ Southern hospitality.
The FSU Flying High Circus has kept Summer visitors to Callaway Gardens on the edge of their seats for more than half a century.
Each Spring Callaway Gardens’ landscape explodes with an eye-popping display of 20,000 native and cultivated azaleas.
This Callaway Gardens tradition features the award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performing under the stars on Robin Lake Beach.
Symphony on the Sand
Our 10-mile Discovery Bicycle Trail meanders through a variety of scenic woodland environments, with stops at each of our world-class attractions
This floating playground on Robin Lake offers a slippery collection of obstacles that guarantee spills and chills for guests of all ages.
Hawks, falcons and owls soar overhead and give visitors a close-up look “on the glove” in our daily free-flighted shows.
Birds of Prey Shows
Marvel as hundreds of colorful butterflies flutter about in one of North America’s largest glass-enclosed tropical butterfly conservatories.
Two sensational layouts embody Gardens founder Cason Callaway’s vision that “playing golf should be a pleasant experience in beautiful surroundings.”
Come enjoy a relaxing and fun game of miniature golf on our new and improved course.
Our 13 lakes offer some of the best fishing in the Southeastern U.S., including bream, shellcrackers, trout and trophy-sized bass.
The Mountain Creek Tennis Center features 10 lighted courts, including two with clay surfaces, tucked into a beautiful forested setting.