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5 Must-Do Activities in Robins Region, GA

There's plenty of year-round fun to be had and festivals to attend in this Middle Georgia region.

By Kevin Litwin on September 19, 2022

high walker at festival

Sure, the Georgia National Fair is a must-visit event circled on your calendar. But be sure to add these great events to your to-do list, too:

Southeast Little League baseball diamond in Warner Robins, Georgia
Warner Robins Convention & Visitors Bureau

Little League Southeast Region Baseball Tournament

Warner Robins is the Southeast headquarters for the national Little League Baseball & Softball organization, and the city hosts an annual Little League Southeast Region Baseball Tournament every August. The tournament happens for six days at Southeast Regional Center, with top teams of 11- and 12-year-olds competing from eight Southeast states.

WRPD Glow Run

The Warner Robins Police Department Glow Run & Family Fun Night benefits the Special Olympics. The next family fun night is set for Oct. 22, 2022, from 8 p.m. to midnight at Freedom Field. Pre-race activities include a car show, costume contest and trick-or-treating, followed by the run around Freedom Field.

A firetruck and people walk down the street at the Warner Robins Christmas Parade in the Robins Region area of Georgia.
Dylan Ricks Photography

Rockin’ Robins Christmas Parade

The 64th-annual Rockin’ Robins Christmas Parade will happen on Dec. 3, 2022, at Rigby’s Entertainment Complex along Cohen Walker Drive in Warner Robins. More than 50 entrants participate in the event each winter that officially kicks off the holiday season.

Perry Dogwood Festival

The 34th-annual Perry Dogwood Festival will be April 1-2, 2023. The festival has a variety of events taking place along Carroll and Jernigan streets in the Perry downtown district. The celebration includes a 5K race, home and garden show, fishing tournament, live music, arts and crafts, dog show, Miss Dogwood Pageant and a kid’s zone.

Hayneville JamFest

Kingsland Farm in Hayneville is the place to be every late April when the Hayneville JamFest strums into the Robins Region. Bands perform from 5 to 11 p.m., and past acts have included Wet Willie, Stillwater, Jack Pearson Band and The Eli Carlan Band. The jamboree benefits the Museum of Aviation Foundation.

If you’d like to learn more about the Robins Region, check out the latest edition of Livability Robins Region

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