Things to do in Perry, GA

Perry is a city located in the state of Georgia. It is set in Houston County, and the estimated population is 15,457. Even though it’s a small town, there are a lot of activities you can explore here. The residents are friendly and welcoming, and you can find various establishments such as restaurants, food joints, bars, coffee shops, schools, daycare centers, museums, amusement parks, and historical sites.

If you ever come to this part of the U.S. we have a list of thing you should do and what places to visit.

Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter

Every year in October, GA National Fair runs for ten days. You can experience a lot of free shows, such as pig races, shark encounter, sea lion splash and plenty of magic shows. You can also visit tons of exhibits and delicious food to try. The gate fee is reasonable, between $6-$8 and the entire facility is well-kept and updated.


We are sure you will have a great time here, and it’s terrific fun for all ages. This local even features a lot of activities, and people love spending their time here. Thanks to our following partners in the state of Georgia:

Legion Landscaping

Go Fish Education Center

The Go Fish Education Center provides their visitors with an educational journey through Georgia’s watersheds and teaches them about diverse aquatic wildlife, natural habitats and their influence on water population. You will find a lot of fishing information. The center also features saltwater fishing simulations, hunting simulators, and pond where you can test your fishing skills.


The open hours are Friday and Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM. Thursday is for field trips or group tours, but they need to be scheduled in advance.

Historic Downtown Perry

If you enjoy shopping, dining and having drinks, then you will love historical Downtown Perry. Here you will find a lot of establishment, and it’s also home of Sam Nunn and The New Perry Hotel. This beautiful small town is full of price and beauty.

You can enjoy an afternoon walk, visit some of the unique shops on Carroll Street and later enjoy a delicious meal at any downtown restaurant.


John Roberts