Peachtree City is a new development known for its laid-back, resort-like setting. With its lush green spaces, puttering golf carts and many recreational complexes, it's no wonder that meeting venues in Peachtree City attract athletic groups and tournament gatherings. Even non-sports-focused groups will find the relaxed setting puts them at ease as they gather here.
The area is about 30 miles south of Atlanta and about 25 minutes from the Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, which makes it accessible from anywhere in the world. There's also Peachtree City's regional airport, Airport Falcon Field, which offers convenience as well as an executive meeting room. Groups can meet amid the museum's rare flying WWII and Korea warplanes in the 12,000-square-foot museum hangar, which hosts groups under its 38-foot ceilings; the briefing room is available for events of up to 100.
Venues in Peachtree City include the Gathering Place, a small meeting venue where up to 150 can enjoy a seated dinner; the 233-room Dolce Atlanta-Peachtree, with 61,000 square feet of meeting space, located on 40 acres; and the 250-room Wyndham Peachtree City Hotel and Conference Center, with 26,000 square feet of meeting space.
Three golf courses and two lakes make Peachtree City ideal for tournaments and other outdoor activities, such as fishing, nature walks, boating, water sports, picnics and excursions. Add to that the world-class Peachtree City Tennis Center, the Kedron Field House and Aquatics Center and the outdoor Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater (in a scenic wooded setting where 1,000 can sit for dinner and then take the stage for karaoke): the result is a surprising amount of recreational amenities.
Among the unique venues in Peachtree City is the Dixie Wing, a WWII aviation museum located at Airport Falcon Field. Groups can meet amid the museum's rare flying WWII and Korea warplanes in the 12,000-square-foot museum hangar, which hosts groups under its 38-foot ceilings; the briefing room is available for events of up to 100.
Convenient to Atlanta's attractions yet peacefully remote, Peachtree City offers unique team-building activities, including scavenger hunts conducted aboard the golf carts that are its unofficial second mode of transportation. Groups will enjoy the pace (and breezy appeal) of the more than 90 miles of golf cart paths that wind around the city's restaurants, shopping, event venues and even attractions like tours of the set of the Lifetime Channel's Drop Dead Diva series. In fact, golf carts are so abundant that the city's motto is "Come experience life at 15 mph." Of course, for groups looking for a little faster-than-golf-cart action can book BMX bike riding at the nearby William L. Davis facility, or check out Dixieland Fun Park and the Atlanta Motor Speedway, all within 20 miles.