Planes, Heroes and Legends in Warner Robins
When it comes to phenomenal growth, you’d have to search far and wide to find anything that matches the success story of Warner Robins, Georgia while remaining a family-friendly community. Home to the largest industrial complex in the state, pumping a net economic impact of over $4 billion into the local economy, Robins Air Force Base remains a strong factor in attracting young families and retirees alike seeking a great place to live, visit and work in an atmosphere of timeless Southern comfort, yet modern vibrance.
Also home to the Southeast Regional Little League headquarters, Warner Robins will see the first season of play this summer from July 28-Aug. 13. The following week, Georgia Special Olympics will have its Masters Bowling Tournament attracting more than 1000 athletes from across the state. Being right in the middle of the state, its easy to understand why Warner Robins was selected again to host the Georgia Golden Olympics this September drawing senior athletes from across the Southeast. Super shopping, award winning dining facilities, two regional airports and the convenience of being nestled at the crossroads of I-16 and I-75 makes Warner Robins an ideal location within a 150 mile radius of both mountains and seacoasts, busy metros and lazy heartlands.
The Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, one of only four of its kind in the country, offers over 51 acres and 200,000 square feet housing over 100 historic aircraft and missiles — truly a Top 10 “must see” in the Southeast. The Annual Koi pond Tour, Mossy Creek Barnyard Festival, the Independence Day Concert with the Band of the Air Force Reserve Command and so much more are the reasons to keep Georgia and Warner Robins on your mind.
For visitor information call 888-288-9742 or visit www.warnerrobinsga.gov and www.museumofaviation.org.
June 26: Tour de Moose Bike Fun Day!, 116th Air Control wing at the Museum of Aviation: 478-926-6870
July 2: Air Force Reserve Command Band Independence Day Concert (Featured guest performer TBA), Free: 888-288-9742.
July 28- August 2: SE Regional Little League Games(Softball): 478-971-7070
Aug. 6-13: SE Regional Little League Games (baseball): 478-971-7070
Sept. 22-25: Georgia Golden Olympics: 478-929-6945
Oct. 16-17: Mossy Creek Barnyard Festival; 888-288-9742
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