The Billy C. Carmichael Recreation Complex includes a lighted walking trail, four lighted softball fields, concession stands with scoring tower and restrooms, batting cage with warm-up area, two playground areas, four picnic pavilions with grills, a cook shelter, and two ponds. Located in the same complex, the Connie Kight Recreation Center houses the Swainsboro/Emanuel County Recreation Department offices, a two-court gymnasium and an activity room with exercise equipment and dressing rooms. The Recreational Complex is located at 632 McLeod Bridge Road. For more information please contact (478) 237-8089.
The Recreation Department’s Baseball Complex includes three lighted ball fields with scoring tower, two batting cages, playground areas, picnic tables, concession stand, and restrooms. The Baseball Complex is located at 534 McLeod Bridge Road. For more information please contact (478) 237-8089.
Swainsboro Golf Course
Swainsboro Golf Course is a 18-hole public golf course offers a challenging opportunity to test your golfing skills. Located at 557 McLeod Bridge Road, the course has electric golf carts, putting area and driving range. Hours are seasonal. Call (478) 237-6116 for more information.
The campus of East Georgia College is home to one of the newest disc golf courses in the state. This 18-hole course, designed by world-champion disc golfer Pete May, is situated around the outer perimeter of the campus set among stately pines and incredible landscaping. The course has been referred to as “the most beautiful disc golf course found on a two-year college campus.” There is no charge to play and it is open to the public year round. For more information call East Georgia College at (478) 289-2017.
Public Tennis Courts are available at East Georgia College at 131 College Circle, as well as Harmon Park located on Meadowlark Parkway off U.S. 1 South. Courts are open at the college until 10 p.m.
The Swainsboro Raceway track features races in road warrior, mini stock, pure stock, super stock, and sportsman divisions. Known as “the South’s finest and fastest half mile dirt track,” the Raceway features year-round racing including most weekends and holidays. Fourth of July Firecracker 100, Turkey 100, Pine Tree Festival and New Year’s 100 highlight a full racing season. The dirt track is located approximately 2 miles north of Swainsboro on Hwy 56. For more information on the Swainsboro Raceway please call (478) 252-1300 or (478) 494-5005 of CLICK HERE