Golf cart paths are a popular way to get around Peachtree City, Georgia
Guide to Peachtree City
Hop on a golf cart and travel to all of Peachtree City's many things to do, places to stay, great restaurants and unique events.
Officially settled in the 1950s, Peachtree City has been named as one of the best places to live in the United States. It boasts more than 100 miles of paved golf cart paths, which is the way most locals get around. The area has been captured on film, including hits like "Spider Man: Homecoming" and "Fried Green Tomatoes." The thriving downtown has plenty of local shops and restaurants.
Things to Do
Golf Cart Tours
See the city through with Golf Cart Paths Through Peachtree City, a tour company that takes you on the area's most used form of transportation. These tours showcase the 100-mile network of paths along scenic lakes and past hotels, shopping centers and restaurants.
Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing Museum
Visit the Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing Museum, a collection of military aircraft that can still be flown, including five WWII and Korean-era aircraft. The organization hosts flights for educational tours and history buffs.
The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater, nicknamed “The Fred,” is one of metro Atlanta's best entertainment venues. The 2,500-seat, open-air amphitheater hosts talented national and local performers for an annual summer concert series.
Southern Hollywood Film Tour
Visit some of the area’s iconic filming locations with the Southern Hollywood Film Tour, located near Pinewood Atlanta and Raleigh Studios. The comfortable van tour goes between Peachtree City, Senoia and Haralson to see sites from the Marvel films, "The Walking Dead," "Fried Green Tomatoes," and "Sweet Home Alabama."
Places to Stay
Lay your head at one of Peachtree City’s comfortable accommodations.
Fairfield Inn and Suites
Fairfield Inn and Suites Peachtree City has guest rooms and suites with refrigerators, microwaves, complimentary WiFi, a fitness center, outdoor pool, hotel shuttle and complimentary hot breakfast.
Conveniently located 30 minutes from the airport, the Sleep Inn Peachtree City has a fitness center, business center, free breakfast, free WiFi, free coffee, free weekday newspapers and guest laundry facilities. Rooms have HDTVs, coffee makers and microwaves.
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
The Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites is an all-suites hotel with apartment-style rooms with living and sleeping areas, full-size refrigerators and stove top cooking. Other rooms have mini fridges and microwaves.
Hilton Garden Inn
Enjoy the amenities at the Hilton Garden Inn, including comfortable guest rooms and suites, Garden Sleep System beds, complimentary wired and wireless Internet, and working desks with chairs.
Peachtree City Hotel and Conference Center
Away from the chaos on nearly 20 wooded acres, Peachtree City Hotel and Conference Center has a state-of-the-art conference center with high-speed Internet, pillowtop mattresses, a full-service restaurant, indoor and outdoor pools, jogging trails, and racquetball, tennis and volleyball courts.
Located on more than 30 acres, Crowne Plaza Peachtree City has plentiful event space, a bar and restaurant with room service, a complimentary local shuttle, free parking, a fitness center, indoor pool and laundry facilities.
Days Inn & Suites
Boasting 20 doubles, 15 kings, three queens and 16 king suites, Days Inn & Suites rooms include refrigerators, microwaves, free high-speed Internet, complimentary newspapers and complimentary breakfast. There is also a fitness center and outdoor pool.
Comfortable rooms at the Hampton Inn come with one king or two double beds, complimentary coffee and coffee makers, cable TV with HBO, and a complimentary breakfast bar. There is an onsite exercise room and outdoor pool.
Where to Eat
Chow down at one of Peachtree City’s many eateries.
Palmer's is the place to go for a cold craft beer or glass of wine, shared with friends. The menu includes favorites like mac and cheese, tacos, burgers and a kids menu.
A local favorite for more than 20 years, Due South brings the Atlanta restaurant scene to Peachtree City, with lunch and dinner dishes like pulled pork egg rolls, Southern fried chicken BLT sandwiches, and shrimp and grits.
For the best Lebanese and Mediterranean fare around, visit The Beirut. Chow down on the mezze platters, which have authentic hummus, falafel and grape leaves. Kabobs and shawarma are also must-trys.
Ted's Montana Grill
Owned by CNN founder Ted Turner, Ted's Montana Grill is known for classic American fare, hand-prepared fresh daily. Menu highlights include bison burgers, Certified Angus steaks and Springer Mountain chicken.
Grazing Here Restaurant
For 100% grass-fed beef burgers, head to Grazing Here Restaurant, a Zagat award-winning restaurant with a full bar, live music and hand-spun milkshakes. In addition to burgers, they have cage-free chicken, vegan burgers and gluten-free options.
Pascal's Bistro is a family-owned establishment that opened in November 1999. Run by a chef born and trained in France, the menu includes dishes like steak au poivre, steamed mussels and trout almondine.
The Georgia Shrimp Company & Murph's Bar
Gather with loved ones for a meal at The Georgia Shrimp Company & Murph's Bar, which has innovative and fresh fish specials daily with European and South African influences. They also have a full bar and live music, including jazz, soul and Motown.
Visit during one of Peachtree City’s annual events.
WWII Heritage Days
WWII Heritage Days in April is the state’s largest annual 1940s theme event. More than 500 volunteers recreate the sights and sounds of the Greatest Generation with historic aircraft, vintage military vehicles, re-enacted battles, 1940s music shows, veteran and historian presentations, education displays and activities for children.
Hops & Props Georgia Craft Brew Festival
Hops & Props Georgia Craft Brew Festival in November brings together craft beer tastings in a WWII aircraft hangar with souvenir glasses, live music from 80s and 90s cover bands, and food trucks.