Limited time between matches? We want you to have the best experience possible. So, whether you have half a day or one hour available, find some suggestions of fun things to do off the field.
Not sure how to fit it all in? We’ve made it easy for you.
One Hour or Less
From the sports fields in Madison, take a quick four-minute drive to downtown and explore the independent shops and restaurants. In Rutledge, explore the downtown shops and see how many murals you can spot. Take a selfie and tag @visitmadisonga to share your fun off the field!
Explore any of Madison’s museums and other attractions. From history to art, there is so much to see. Stay in Madison to tour any or all of the house museums (3 for $15), the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center,or the Morgan County African-American Museum or head over to neighboring Buckhead to view the Steffen Thomas Museum of Art.
Done for the Day
Cool down and stretch your muscles with an easy stroll through Madison’s historic district as you embark on the free, self-guided walking tour. Check out what is happening on our events calendar and look for extra fun off the field with festivals, concerts and more.
Done with the Tournament
Let loose at Hard Labor Creek State Park– Georgia’s second largest state park – where you will find swimming, hiking, mountain biking, paddleboarding and kayaking. Or reserve a time to go horseback riding at Southern Cross Guest Ranch. Win or lose the tournament, leave feeling on top of the world with amazing memories.
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