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Attractions and indoor facilities are open 9am to 6pm daily. Outdoor gardens and trails are open until dusk.
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Callaway Resort & Gardens is located in Pine Mountain, Georgia, 60 minutes southwest of Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson International Airport and 30 minutes north of Columbus.
WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO TODAY?
Callaway Resort & Gardens is spread out across 2,500 beautiful acres, and for first-time guests it can sometimes be confusing to know exactly where to go. Please review the following most frequently accessed arrival points. If your GPS device isn’t cooperating or if you would like to speak to someone, please don’t hesitate to call: 844-512-3826
Lodge and Spa 4500 Southern Pine Drive Pine Mountain GA 31822
Mountain Creek Inn 17800 US Hwy 27 Pine Mountain GA 31822
(Cottage and Villa Guests may check in at Mountain Creek Inn)
If you are using a GPS system, please enter the intersection of GA Hwy. 354 and U. S. Hwy. 27 for Lodging:
To reach the Lodge and Spa, travel west approximately one mile, turn left at the large Callaway Gardens sign, take next left at stop sign, travel through one stop sign, and take the next left to enter the Lodge and Spa parking lot.
The Mountain Creek Inn is approximately one mile south of this intersection on the left/East side of the road. Walk into the Lobby to the Front Desk.
Please note that Check-in begins at 4pm.
From Columbus, GA (30 miles): Take Interstate 185 North to GA Hwy. 18 East (Exit 34). Turn right and follow Hwy. 18 to the main entrance of Callaway Gardens on the right.
From Atlanta (70 miles): Take Interstate 85 South to Interstate 185 South (Exit 21). From Interstate 185, exit at U.S. Hwy. 27 (Exit 42). Turn left, and proceed to Pine Mountain, then turn right onto Hwy. 354 West and proceed to intersection with GA Hwy. 18. Callaway Gardens’ main entrance is on the opposite side of this intersection.
From Macon, GA (80 miles): Take U.S. Hwy. 80 West to GA Hwy. 208 West to U.S. Hwy. 27 North. Proceed through Hamilton and past the Callaway Gardens Country Store. Continue approximately one mile to original Callaway Gardens entrance on left.
From Montgomery, AL (110 miles): Take Interstate 85 to GA Hwy. 18 East (Exit 2). Turn right, and follow Hwy. 18 to the main entrance of Callaway Gardens on right.
From Albany, GA (110 miles): Take GA Hwy. 280 to Columbus. In Columbus, take Interstate 185 North to GA Hwy. 18 East (Exit 34). Turn right, and follow Hwy. 18 to the main entrance of Callaway Gardens.
From Birmingham, AL (150 miles): Take U.S. Hwy. 280 East to Opelika, then take Interstate 85 North to GA Hwy. 18 East (Exit 2). Turn right, and follow Hwy. 18 to the main entrance of Callaway Gardens.
From Tallahassee, FL (200 miles): Take U.S. Hwy. 319 North to Thomasville, GA, then take U.S. Hwy. 19 to Albany. Proceed using directions listed above for Albany.
Harris County Airport – private business and recreational aircraft
Transportation is available for overnight guests arriving at the Harris County Airport. The rate is $20 one-way/$40 round-trip and covers up to 4 people. A minimum of 48 hours advance notice is required. Call 706.663.2281 for reservations.
Swimming, water skiing, wakeboarding, and tubing on Robin Lake
Climb and zip through the trees on this fun forest course
Meet over 1,000 colorful butterflies face-to-face
Discover the strength, speed, and beauty of these magnificent creatures
Explore Callaway’s 2,500 acres by foot or by bicycle
Drink in the beauty of azaleas, hydrangeas, and other woodland wonders
One of National Geographic’s Top 10 Holiday Light Displays
An authentic Georgia outdoor family getaway like no other
Enjoy mouthwatering, chef-prepared cuisine at an array of restaurants
Watch beautiful balloons aglow or enjoy your own tethered balloon ride
A night beneath the stars with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra
Tournament for the greatest athletes in competitive watersports
Some of the best lake fishing in the southeastern United States