Swainsboro-Emanuel County Parks and Recreation Department strives to meet the needs of the citizens of Emanuel County by offering a variety of sports activities and recreational facilities including parks and walking trails throughout the county. Recreation Department facilities include an activity room filled with exercise equipment and a gym. The recreation complex surrounding the center includes a lighted walking trail, four lighted softball fields, concession stand with scoring tower, batting cage with warm-up area, restrooms, two playgrounds, four picnic pavilions with grills, a cook shelter and three ponds. The baseball complex, located on McLeod Bridge Road, includes three lighted ball fields with scoring tower, restrooms, playground, picnic tables, concession stand and two batting cages.
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Swainsboro-Emanuel County Parks and Recreation Department’s mission is to provide quality recreational facilities, services and programs to meet the needs of the citizens of Emanuel County.
Swainsboro-Emanuel County Recreation Department, Emanuel Arts Council and Growing Communication, Inc., will host a Mother-Son Dance Friday evening, April 28, from 6 until 8 pm at Vann Community House in Swainsboro. Donna Haddock will be set up to take pictures from 5:00 until 6:00 pm. The dance is for boys, ages 3 and up, and their mother (or an adult escort). Pre-registration is required and limited to the first 50 couples. Cost is $20 per couple.
For information and registration form, call Swainsboro-Emanuel County Recreation Department at 237-8098.
632 McLeod Bridge Road
Swainsboro, GA 30401
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
Gym Hours: Tuesday 7-9pm, Saturday-Sunday 2-6pm
Director, Recreation Department
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