Exterior of The Sandwich Factory in Conyers, Georgia

Explore the heart of Conyers in historic Olde Town. Stroll the quaint streets and enjoy unique shopping, delightful eateries, entertainment, and festivals of this historic downtown community. Make your first stop at the Conyers Welcome Center located in the Olde Depot to map out your visit. Wander through the Lewis Vaughn Botanical Garden or imagine riding the rails on the Milstead 104 "Dinky" Steam Locomotive. 

The Georgia International Horse Park is a world-class facility that hosted equestrian and mountain bike venues for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. Today, this 1400-acre horse park is a multi-purpose facility featuring horse shows, horse trails, mountain bike trails, fairs, festivals, corporate picnics, and banquets year-round. Be sure to mark your calendar as you don't want to miss the annual Spring event - the Conyers Cherry Blossom Festival.

Discover Big Haynes Creek Nature Center, a protected 173-acre wildlife preserve, located within the Park. Just minutes from the Horse Park is Black Shoals Park, a 650-acre reservoir and recreational facility offering fishing, canoeing, boating, picnicking, and hiking. Located on the site is the Georgia Veterans Memorial Park, "Walk of Heroes." 

South of Interstate 20, renew your spirit at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit, home to Cistercian monks for over 80 years, or spend a day at Panola Mountain State Park, Georgia's first conservation park.

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Visitor Information Center

901 Railroad St.
Conyers, GA
Local: (770) 602-2606
Free: (800) 266-9377
Conyers Travel Guides

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Olde Town Conyers Self-Guided Historical Tour
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