Douglas County is less than 30 minutes west of Downtown Atlanta (Directly via I-20), and 30 minutes north of Hartsfield Jackson International Airport (Camp Creek Parkway/Thornton Rd). That means Douglas County is the perfect midpoint station for everything you want to do in the heart of Atlanta. Did we mention that Douglas County is only one exit away from Six Flags Theme Park (Directly via I-20)? And, we’re also just a short ride away from some of Georgia’s other most popular attractions!
Attractions less than 30 minutes away...
Sun Trust Park
Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
MLK Jr. National Historic Site
Sweet Auburn District
Center for Puppetry Arts
Woodruff Arts Center
The Fabulous Fox Theater
Atlanta History Center
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Centennial Park District
College Football Hall of Fame & Chick-Fil-A Experience
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Center for Civil and Human Rights
World of Coca-Cola
Things To Do
From the wide array of Naturally Douglas Events, to the Douglas County Film Trail, to many great outdoor parks and festivals, and so much more, we invite you to come explore all there is to do in Douglas County!
Six Flags Over Georgia
Six Flags Theme Park is one of America's favorite family fun parks! Come visit Six Flags and stay with us in Douglas County!
Sweetwater Creek State Park
15 beautiful miles of hiking trails, fishing docks, a 215-acre lake, and more. Sweetwater Creek State Park is a true natural treasure.
Douglas County Film Trail
The Douglas County Film Trail strategically maps out several of the most popular TV and Movie filming locations around Douglas County.
The Old Douglas County Courthouse Museum
Adults and children alike can enjoy the Museum’s diverse selection of exhibits and collections. The old courthouse building itself is a celebration of the rapidly disappearing International style of architecture.
The Douglas County Butterfly Trail is a self-guided tour of many public butterfly gardens. The Trail is officially registered with the National Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail.
Visit Douglas County's beautiful outdoors at the Clinton Nature Preserve, Boundary Waters Park, Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club, and more!
Annual Hydrangea Festival
The Penny McHenry Hydrangea Festival has helped secure Douglas County’s coveted reputation as “The Hydrangea Capital of the South.”
Where To Eat
Douglas County is home to some of the finest original Southern cuisine anywhere around! From all the great Downtown Douglasville eateries like Gumbeaux’s, Gabe’s, and Fabiano’s, to the best local flavors you can find outside the city limits, Douglas County has the restaurants you want!
Places To Sleep
Freshly remodeled hotels right along Interstate 20, to classic, unique lodging that’s off the beaten path, there is no shortage of great places to lay your head and recharge your batteries when you’re traveling to or through Douglas County! Come check out all the best places to stay!
Courtyard Atlanta Lithia Springs
“Our family stays in Douglas County every time we come to events in Atlanta. It’s been our home away from home every time!”
Ashleigh Ray Vaughn