Callaway Resort and Gardens announced it has reached an agreement with Herschend Family Entertainment to operate and manage its resort and garden attractions in Pine Mountain, Georgia. The Columbus-adjacent park and resort has been in operation since 1952 and is owned by the non-profit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation.
More than 2,500 acres in Pine Mountain are home to a tropical butterfly conservatory, discovery center, chapel, inland white sand beach, nature trails, a zip line/obstacle course and special events throughout the year. Nearly 1 million people visit the site each year. It also offers meeting space, wedding and event venues, 674 guest rooms, a world-class spa, a variety of restaurants, shops, 36 holes of golf, tennis, fishing, signature seasonal and holiday events and more. The Festival in Lights event in December is a Christmas tradition for many Georgians.
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