There are so many things to do in and around The Village!
IN THE VILLAGE:
- Amphitheater: Check out our calendar for upcoming events! The Amphitheater is also perfect for your party, wedding, reception or reunion!
- Marvelous Maverick's Adventureland Playground: Bring the kids to Marvelous Maverick's Adentureland! Complete with a toddler area, an Amish-built kids' slide and swing sets, it is guaranteed to be fun for hours!
- Charming Channing's Princess Paradise: Bring the kids and come enjoy this Two Story Wigwam Hotel Playhouse! A unique replica of the original Wigwam Hotel (1890-1921)!
- Free Little Library: The Village Free Little Library is located behind The Indian Paintbrush and Mrs. Lee's SweetShop at the entrance of the Gardens. Leave one, take one!
- Whimsical Botanical Gardens: Meander thru the gardens to discover unique antiques, fountains, garden decor, and one-of-a-kind statues. A wonderful waterfall cascading into 3 separate pools completes this one-of-a-kind experience. Gardeners will fall in love with the vegetable garden, cut flower garden, bird haven garden, and many others.
- Charlotte Weaver Rose Garden: The Charlotte Weaver Rose Garden is one of the most romantic settings in The Village at Indian Springs, just perfect for weddings or parties.
- Maude Alice Grier Education Center: Situated at the top of the Whimsical Botanical Gardens, the center offers a screened in sandbox as well as a raised handicap accessible sandbox.
- Indian Springs Hotel/Museum: Ran by the Butts County Historical Society, The Indian Spring Hotel was built in 1823 as an Inn by Chief William McIntosh and his cousin, Joel Bailey, who also operated it. In 1825, a two-story addition was built.
- Butts County Historical Society: The Butts County Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the community's history, historic sites and cultural heritage. Documentation and education are key components in their preservation efforts.
JUST OUTSIDE THE VILLAGE:
- Indian Springs State Park: Indian Springs State Park is a 528-acre Georgia state park located near Jackson and Flovilla. The park is named for its several springs, which the Creek Indians used for centuries to heal the sick. The water from these springs is said to have a sulfur smell and taste.
- Dauset Trails Nature Center: Dauset Trails, now totaling 1,400 acres, has a Woodland Garden Trail, 20 miles of scenic hiking and mountain biking trails, group camping areas with tent pads, fire rings and "Turkey Roast" camping platforms.
- High Falls State Park: Located northwest of Macon, High Falls State Park is named for tumbling cascades on the Towaliga River. Boat rental, ramps and fishing docks provide easy access to the park’s lake, known as one of Georgia’s top fishing spots for hybrid and white bass.
- Butts County Chamber of Commerce: The Chamber's mission is to grow a dynamic business and community environment within Butts County. Their purpose is to advance commercial, industrial, and civic interest in Butts County and for its membership at large.