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For Business People

We can help you plan excursions away from your meeting or conference at the Statesboro Inn, group trips can inspire camaraderie and fresh ideas. Statesboro offers ample opportunities for successful team-building activities and relaxing breaks for traveling business people as part of the city’s many other local attractions. (courtesy

Meinhardt Vineyards and Winery
Just outside of the Statesboro city limits, Meinhardt Vineyards and Winery boasts scenic views, sunsets, and award-winning wines. Relax and enjoy with tastings, a gift shop, hayrides and more. 912-839-2458

“Blind Willie” McTell Trail
The McTell Trail is a quaint, one-mile pathway connecting downtown Statesboro to the campus of Georgia Southern University. The trail begins at Fair Road’s Memorial Park and ends at Triangle Park in the heart of beautiful Downtown Statesboro. Bike racks, picnic tables, landscaped islands and raised pedestrian crosswalks.
912-489-1869 or 1-800-568-3301. See an interactive map at

Georgia Southern Botanical Garden
Centered on an early 20th century farmstead, the Georgia Southern Botanical Garden offers visitors a unique view of the cultural and natural heritage of the southeastern coastal plain and its unique and endangered plants. The 11-acre site in the heart of Statesboro includes Walking Woodland Trails, Bland Cottage Visitor Center and Gift Shop, Heritage Garden with Rose Arbor, Children's Vegetable Garden, Camellia Garden, Native Plant Landscape Garden, Native Azalea Collection and Bog Garden. 912-871-1149

Mill Creek Regional Park
Mill Creek Regional Park is a state-of-the-art park that not includes 155 acres of greenspace, a water park, two playgrounds, seven soccer/football fields, 15 baseball diamonds, a 1.25-mile walking trail, nine picnic pavilions and a lake. 912-764-5637

Averitt Center for the Arts
The Averitt Center for the Arts performers stay at the Statesboro Inn. The center first opened its doors in September 2004 and grew to become a major arts hub in Southeast Georgia. A new visual arts exhibit each month in the Main Gallery complement numerous exhibits in the Legends Gallery, Youth Gallery and Multi Purpose Studio. For performing arts, the Center offers the Emma Kelly Theater for dance, concerts, drama, comedy, or musicals during Performance Season.