Bill Wood Park in Madison, Georgia
Morgan County Sports Venues
Organizing sporting events in Madison & Morgan County, Georgia, is not only a breeze but a wonderful experience for everyone involved. High-quality facilities are just minutes from everything, including hotels, restaurants, a historic downtown, attractions, parks and more! Discover your perfect venue below.
William "Bill" Wood Park
Baseball, softball, soccer, cross country
With three 300-foot baseball/softball fields, two 125-foot baseball/softball fields, one soccer field, and a cross-country trail, Bill Wood Park fits a variety of athletic needs. Families may enjoy the three playgrounds and make use of the picnic shelter and BBQ pavilion. Bringing a dog? Check out the United Bank Bark Park on-site.
Morgan County Aquatic Center
The Morgan County Aquatic Center is the perfect location for a swim meet. The Aquatic Center features an Olympic-size, indoor swimming pool with eight 25-yard competition lanes, showers, changing rooms, a conference room, and free on-site parking.
Morgan County Soccer Complex
A competition organizer’s dream come true, the $1.9 million Morgan County Soccer Complex was built in 2019 with three full-size fields and concessions. The facility also includes open greenspace and a picnic pavilion for teams and families to enjoy. Conveniently located a few minutes from chain and boutique lodging and a charming downtown, event popularity is sure to score big.
Dupree Track & Field Facility
Track & field
Ready to plan a fun, successful competition? A 400-meter track offers eight lanes for your track & field needs. Before or after the meet, families may relax at Lambert Park, two minutes away, which offers playground equipment, walking paths, grills, and (coming soon) a dog park.
Morgan County Tennis Complex
Tournaments are easy to run utilizing the eight lighted tennis courts in Madison. Less than five minutes from downtown, families may explore the area between matches and grab a bite to eat or stroll to the nearby Laughin’ Place Garden at the Morgan County Library.
Other Area Attractions
During your time in Morgan County, explore Hard Labor Creek State Park, Georgia’s second-largest state park, or book a horseback ride along trails at Southern Cross Guest Ranch. Discover incredible museums, amazing history, and stunning art at the Morgan County African American Museum, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, and Steffen Thomas Museum of Art. With so much to do, you may have to come back to explore more. Contact the Madison Morgan County Welcome Center for more information.
How to Get There
Only an hour east of Atlanta, the historic city of Madison in Morgan County is an easy destination for travelers with access off I-20, Hwy 278 and Hwy 441.
Morgan County Parks & Recreation Department
1000 Heritage Park Cir. Madison, GA 30650