Included in your Park admission is access to the Joshua W. Franklin Memorial Disc Golf Course. This 18 hole disc golf course, with a par 54, was opened in 2008 by friends and family of the Franklin and Griner families. The course has become a favorite among regional players.
Disc Golf is played much like traditional golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, players use a flying disc or Frisbee. The trees, shrubs, and terrain changes located in and around the fairways provide challenging obstacles for the golfer. Discs are available for use at the Ticket Booth.
Disc Golf Tournament October 17-18
Fish the stocked catfish pond April through October. There is a five fish limit and no fishing license is required. You can also fish from docks on Lake Chehaw or the Muckalee Creek year round with a current fishing license. Striped bass and hybrid stripers, along with bass and catfish are at the top of the list of favorite fish species here. Bream, crappie and sunfish also live here in good numbers.
The Splash Park at Chehaw is water fun for all ages and the Play Park is one of the largest in South Georgia. During the season, it is open from 9:30 a.m. to dark. Cost is included in Park admission and is free for members. There are six shade structures sponsored by the Dougherty County Rotary Club that have picnic tables underneath for a shady place to enjoy while your kids splash. Shelters are first come, first served. Larger shelters by the Play Park can be rented. Pets are not allowed within the Play Park or Splash Park.
A 1/8 scale off-road Remote Control Car Race track that is also 1/10 scale friendly. Chehaw RC's mission is to provide one of the best RC facilities in the state of Georgia. The group hosts monthly races and the track is open to the public at no additional cost during Park hours.
For hikers and bikers, miles of groomed single-track trail that runs along the wooded terrain near the creek. Included with Park admission.
Separate miles of easy level trails for horses. $5 per horse. Must show proof of negative Coggins. Horse camping is also available. Please call ahead to reserve your spot.
The Zoo at Chehaw is home to 234 specimens representing over 73 different species. Enjoy natural, outdoor exhibits including Cheetahs, Black Rhinos, Meerkats, Black Bears, Alligators, and many more, while you stroll through our scenic boardwalks and cypress swamp. Participate in animal feedings and keeper talks every weekend. The Zoo undergoes regular and thorough investigation to ensure that it has met, and will to continue to meet, ever-rising standards. These standards encompass animal care, veterinary programs, conservation, education, and safety.