I-75 Hotel Offers Convenient Downtown Commutes
Just north of Macon on I-75, the Country Inn & Suites, Macon North, GA makes an ideal home base for guests touring Mercer University and exploring local attractions on the way to Atlanta or Savannah. Visit historic sites like Rose Hill Cemetery and The Cannonball House, and don't miss a stroll through the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, the largest state sports museum in the country. Guests who want to pick up a new outfit or hunt for a bargain can browse The Shoppes at River Crossing, and golfers can test their skills on the beautiful links at Barrington Hall Golf Club. Before leaving town, stop by the fascinating Tubman Museum to learn more about one of America's most influential abolitionists, Harriet Tubman.
Sports and Recreation
- Barrington Hall Golf Club (10.4 miles)
Book a tee time and challenge yourself to a round of golf at this beautiful course surrounded by Georgia pines.
Phone: +1 (478) 757-8358
- Georgia Sports Hall of Fame (6.8 miles)
Spanning 44,000 square feet, this hall of fame is America's largest state-specific sports museum. Browse more than 3,000 artifacts celebrating preparatory college, professional and amateur athletics in Georgia.
Phone: +1 (478) 752-1585
- Lake Tobesofkee (7.4 miles)
Soak up some Georgia sunshine at Lake Tobesofkee, where visitors can spend a relaxing afternoon boating, fishing, picnicking and swimming.
Phone: +1 (478) 474-8770
- Macon Tennis Association (1.4 miles)
Cheer on your favorite player at one of several national tennis competitions hosted here throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (478) 477-1957
Shopping and Entertainment
- The Grand Opera House (6.9 miles)
Mercer University's performing arts venue, The Grand Opera House, hosts touring Broadway productions, along with locally produced operas and plays.
Phone: +1 (478) 301-5470
- The Shoppes at River Crossing (2.8 miles)
For some retail therapy, head to popular shops like Belk, Dillard’s and Barnes & Noble, all located at The Shoppes at River Crossing.
Phone: +1 (478) 254-2940
- The Cannonball House (6.1 miles)
Built in 1853 and still bearing scars from Civil War battles, this Greek Revival house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Phone: +1 (478) 745-5982
- Rose Hill Cemetery (6 miles)
Pay your respects to several famous Georgia residents buried here, including Duane Allman and Berry Oakley, founding members of the Allman Brothers.
Phone: +1 (478) 751-9119
- Tubman Museum (6.5 miles)
Visit this informative museum to learn about one of the central figures of the Civil War-era abolitionist movement—Harriet Tubman. Trace her steps as she courageously guided escaped slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
Phone: +1 (478) 743-8544