the remains of the authentic gold mine sites and the 19th-century gold stamp mill that still sits on the location. This is a family-friendly attraction, with interactive exhibits to pan for gold, see the farm animals that live here, and walk along 27 miles of trail.
Golf, Parks and More
Golf courses, public parks, and historic sites dominate the landscape around your Villa Rica timeshare. Golf courses in the area range from casual to challenging, with scenery to match. With the kids, you can visit places such as Gold Dust Park, with its playground, basketball, and tennis courts, or have an adventure-filled day at Historic Banning Mills, home of the tallest freestanding climbing wall, a zipline course, and other outdoor activities. The Clinton Nature Preserve, 200 acres of trails with a historic Pre-Civil war wooden cabin is another beloved destination for nature-lovers.
Nightlife will be at its most vibrant during the busy tourist months. The town tends to be quiet but you'll find outdoor dining around Main Street in downtown Villa Rica, with flavors ranging from BBQ to seafood, and drinks to match.
When to Visit
June, July and August are the three busiest months to stay at a Villa Rica timeshare. The warm weather and abundance of outdoor activities make this a popular place to go on summer vacations. Spring and early fall are the shoulder season, seeing vacationers wanting to enjoy mild weather and fewer crowds at some of the top attractions, and fall colors in the early autumn. Late fall and winter is the slowest time of year and sees relatively few tourists around town.