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Bulloch Rec spring registration is now OPEN! Register today ONLINE

The Bulloch County Recreation and Parks Department has exciting youth and adult sports, fun and educational programs, special events, and aquatics on tap for spring. There is truly something for everyone!

Bulloch Rec invites the Bulloch County community to register now for its wide variety of sports, activities, classes, and events this spring.

Youth baseball, softball, soccer, and tennis are on the roster again this year, but did you know they also offer archery? And for the adults, you’ll find not only soccer and basketball, but also pickleball and cornhole!

This spring, they’ll also offer special sporting events like the youth track meet, Spring Opening Day, the Pitch Hit & Run competition, and a cornhole tournament. They’ve even got a Nerf Night planned! In addition, Bulloch Rec is offering youth programs such as Parents’ Night Out and Literacy Club.

Community favorite events like the AgGrow Expo and ArtsFest will return this year, as well, and sponsorship and vendor opportunities are available for those.

ArtsFest at Sweetheart Circle

Bulloch Rec will also continue to offer programs and activities for Adults 50+ including line dancing, table games and cards, exercise classes, art classes, and more, just for seniors.

Aquatic programs are available this spring at Splash in the Boro, too. You’ll find swimming lessons, lifeguard and CPR certification courses, water aerobics classes, and much more.

It’s ALL right here in the Spring 2024 Recreation Guide! Check it out and see what fun and fitness you find for yourself or your family this year!

Registration is OPEN NOW. You can register online at or at the Honey Bowen Building (1 Max Lockwood Drive), Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Activities will remain open until full, but a $10 late fee will apply for baseball, softball, and soccer registrations completed after February 11.

For more information on registration or any of the programs mentioned in the guide, call 912-764-5637.