Coming this fall to Fifth Avenue is Fetch Park Columbus. Let your dog safely play while you refresh with something from the full-service bar.

Coming Soon: Fetch Park Columbus

Dogs and their owners alike better get ready to “Unleash and Unwind®” this fall at the soon-to-be developed Fetch Park Columbus coming to Fifth Avenue. Founded in Atlanta, the popular dog park is as much for people as pups—giving everyone the chance to socialize! Fetching the Fun Fetch Park is the concept of Stephen Ochs. Read more about Coming Soon: Fetch Park Columbus[…]

Carver Victory Garden and Farm

In the News: Carver Victory Garden and Farm

A strong community lifts each of its members up, giving them the resources to thrive. Turn Around Columbus puts that philosophy into action each and every day. Recently, they also added a new plan to the docket. In the future, locals can benefit from a visit to the Carver Victory Garden and Farm. More on Read more about In the News: Carver Victory Garden and Farm[…]

Stumpy's Hatchet House

New Business Spotlight: Stumpy’s Hatchet House

Looking to check off that New Year’s resolution to try something new? Swing by Stumpy’s Hatchet House off 15th Street in Columbus and get ready to throw down! What’s Stumpy’s? In the broad sense, and according to the Facebook page, Stumpy’s is “America’s original axe-throwing lounge and home of the #socialthrowdown.” As axe-throwing is hurling Read more about New Business Spotlight: Stumpy’s Hatchet House[…]

Visit the Coca-Cola Space Science Center

Things to Do: Visit the Coca-Cola Space Science Center

No need to wish upon a star. The Columbus State University Coca-Cola Space Science Center has re-opened and ready to light up your imagination with space-tastic adventures! Time to Space Out When you plan your visit to the Coca-Cola Space Science Center, there are some things you need to know ahead of time. The center Read more about Things to Do: Visit the Coca-Cola Space Science Center[…]

Old Russell County Courthouse

Local Spotlight: Old Russell County Courthouse

Around Phenix City, history seems to be just around the corner. The Old Russell County Courthouse in nearby Seale, AL stands as a testament to this reality. There, you’ll find some of East Alabama’s rich history alongside present-day community events. History of the Courthouse Founded all the way back in 1868, the Old Russell County Read more about Local Spotlight: Old Russell County Courthouse[…]

whitewater rafting in Phenix City

What to Know About Whitewater Rafting in Phenix City

Over the past few months, we’ve all worked hard to ensure that we’re properly social distancing. That way, we can keep others safe—and we can get back to everyday life. If you’re looking for an exciting activity to try once you feel that everything has calmed down, let us introduce you to whitewater rafting in Read more about What to Know About Whitewater Rafting in Phenix City[…]

Fort Mitchell Historical Site

Local Spotlight: Fort Mitchell Historical Site

The past is never too far away! You can learn just how people in Alabama used to live more than 200 years ago at our local Fort Mitchell Historical Site, which was built in 1813. This spot teaches us how far we’ve come—and to appreciate the people living all around us. What is the Fort Read more about Local Spotlight: Fort Mitchell Historical Site[…]

public parks in Phenix City

A Guide to Public Parks in Phenix City

There’s a reason why the phrase “a walk in the park” means a good time! Beautiful weather, a breath of fresh air, and a bit of exercise—there are plenty of reasons to spend time outside. Unsure of where to go? Don’t worry—just check out our guide to public parks in Phenix City. Austin Sumbry Park Read more about A Guide to Public Parks in Phenix City[…]