As you shop for the perfect apartment to rent in the Statesboro area, considering the parks and recreation available to you and your family may be an important part of your decision. For everyone, whether families looking for educational programs or retired outdoor enthusiasts, Statesboro has much to offer when it comes to local recreation.

Statesboro-Bulloch Greenways

Currently in development, the Greenways system is a collaboration between the Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department, GSU, and local business, committees and agencies. This project is dedicated to providing the Statesboro area with a network of greenways that can be navigated by joggers, bikers, and walkers, and will provide a beautiful outdoor experience away from busy roadways and in the midst of Georgia’s beautiful landscape.

Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department

The city’s parks and recreation department maintains more than 213 acres of recreational facilities, including athletic fields, tennis courts, swimming pools, basketball courts and numerous playgrounds and outdoor eating areas, as well as 28 buildings. Learn more about the department’s facilities here.

Mill Creek Regional Park

This expansive and state of the art recreational facility was constructed and is maintained under the supervision of the parks and recreation department and features a number of spaces, including football, soccer, softball and baseball fields, as well as walking paths, lakes, and green space. Adjacent to Splash in the ‘Boro waterpark, this park is truly a gem for anyone privileged to visit or live in Statesboro.

Splash in the ‘Boro

Swim, splash, float, slide and cool off at Statesboro’s own waterpark, which features water slides, a lazy river, children’s play pools, a leisure pool, lap pools and a year-round aquatic dome. Trained lifeguards and convenient locker rooms make this park a great choice for family fun and fitness.