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5020 Barnesville Highway
The Rock
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Tel: (706) 647-6374


Description

Call The Rock Ranch to book your next social event! Reservations available for Corporate Picnics, Business Meetings, Conestoga Camping, Reunions, Field Trips, Birthday Parties, Camp Fire Dining Sites and The Guest House.The Rock Ranch offers a unique experience for those wishing to have outdoor fun and adventure.Corporate ActivitiesWhat can you expect from The Rock Ranch?
- Pavilion picnic area
- Farmland petting zoo
- Hayrides
- Train rides
- Fishing and water features
- Tennis
- Basketball
- Horseshoes
- Sand court volleyball
- Outdoor PA system
- Great Food
These are only some of our facility highlights!

We can also coordinate for you clowns, storytellers, pony rides, inflatables, and many other outdoor activities. The Rock Ranch will work with you to customize an unforgettable event, meeting all your goals and expectations.

Campouts
Contact Us To Plan Your Next Campout! Sit around a roaring campfire, roast marshmallows, and rediscover the magic of a country night sky. Enjoy an uncommon camping experience while creating memories of a lifetime. Many families, youth groups, boy and girl scout troops and birthday bunches have enjoyed a true pioneer experience in our Conestoga wagons. Each Conestoga wagon is fitted with four sets of bunk beds for a total of 8 bunks per wagon. With nine wagons, we can accommodate a minimum of eight, and up to a maximum of seventy-two campers.

Wagon Wheel Weekend Attractions
- The "Get Lost In A Good Book" Corn Maze
- Locomotive Train Rides
- Hay Rides
- Pony Rides
- The New Giant Jumping Pillow
- Cow Train Rides
- Pig Racing
- Carousel
- Pedal Boats
- Pedal Carts
- Children's John Deere Gators
- Corn Cannons
- Conestoga Wagon Inflatable Jolly Jump
- Children's Jolly Jump
- The Corn Box
- Cane Pole Fishing
- Horse Shoes
- Farmland Petting Zoo and Feeding Area
- Hay Bail Maze
- The Pumpkin Cannon
- The Relaxation Station
- Slides, Sand and Sand Diggers

DIRECTIONS
The Rock Ranch is located off State Highway 36 west of Barnesville, GA and east of Thomaston, GA. It is 58 miles south of downtown Atlanta, 38 miles northwest of Macon, and 61 miles northeast of Columbus.

From Atlanta:
Take I-75 South to Exit 201 (Highway 36). Take Highway 36 West through the Barnesville Business District (do not take the highway 36 bypass). Cross US Highway 341, and The Rock Ranch is 7 miles ahead on your left. Look for the big statue of a horse and rider at the entrance.

From Macon:
Take Highway 74 West through the town of Yatesville. The first bridge West of Yatesville is Tobler Creek. Take the first right past Tobler Creek, Rest Haven Road, just over the hill. Follow to dead end at Highway 36. Turn Left. Go 1.5 miles to the entrance on the left. Look for the big statue of a horse and rider.
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Take I-75 North to Exit 185 in Forsyth (Highway 18). Take Highway 18 West to Barnesville until you reach the second traffic light (Highway 36). Turn left onto Highway 36. Cross US Highway 341, and The Rock Ranch is 7 miles ahead on your left. Look for the big statue of a horse and rider.

From Griffin:
Take Highway 41 south towards Barnesville. Take the 341 bypass. Go past the Ingle's, over the Railroad tracks, then take the next right, Highway 36. Go 7 miles and the ranch entrance will be on your left. Look for the big statue of a horse and rider.

From Columbus:
Take Hwy 27 Alternate out of Columbus toward Waverly Hall. After passing through Waverly Hall make a right onto Hwy 27 Alternate/ Hwy 85 toward Manchester. Continue on Hwy 85 following signs through Manchester and continue on Hwy 85 toward Woodbury. In Woodbury make a right on Hwy 74 east toward Thomaston. Take Hwy 74 into the square of Thomaston and folloow signs to Hwy 36 - about 3 blocks away. Proceed through square, make left at sign for Hwy 36 and make slight right at 5 way stop onto Hwy 36. Continue east on Hwy 36 toward Barnesville. The Rock Ranch is on Hwy 36 about 7 miles east of Thomaston.