Club Peachtree: Sun City Peachtree’s Impressive New Clubhouse

by Susan Quilty on February 12, 2010

Club Peachtree

Club Peachtree is Del Webb Sun City Peachtree's new 45,000 square foot amenity center. The brand new facility is one of the biggest and best in the Southeast.

In April 2009, Sun City Peachtree by Del Webb opened its new 45,000 square foot clubhouse, their largest amenity center in the southeast. Christened Club Peachtree, this spacious clubhouse offers residents an impressive variety of both indoor and outdoor amenities.

Conveniently located 40 miles south of Atlanta, in Griffin, Georgia, Sun City Peachtree opened its doors in 2007, making it one of the regions newer active adult communities. In 2008, the Canongate Sun City Peachtree Golf Club, designed by Gary Stephenson, opened to rave reviews, further raising the expectations for Sun City’s awaited clubhouse. Though expectations were high, Del Webb easily exceeded those expectations with Club Peachtree’s abundance of amenities tailored to fit the needs of today’s active adults.

Overlooking the golf course, Club Peachtree provides fantastic indoor and outdoor dining, as well as comfortable course viewing areas. The golf shop will offer equipment from all major manufacturers to meet the needs of resident golfers.

Club Peachtree’s state-of-the-art fitness center has the latest high-end cardiovascular and weight training equipment. Residents can use the fitness center to workout on their own or take a class, such as Gentle Yoga or Total Body Sculpt Aerobics. The fitness center’s main workout room is surrounded by an indoor walking track and is adjacent to an aerobics and dance studio. An indoor lap pool is also available adjacent to the fitness center.

For those who prefer to swim in the sun, or lounge poolside, a large deck overlooks the outdoor resort-style pool and spa. And for serious swimmers, the outdoor pool features a separate area for lap swimming.

Tennis courts

Sun City Peachtree offers nine clay tennis courts plus a traditional grass court. There are also bocce ball, pickleball, volleyball and basketball courts.

Tennis enthusiasts can play at one of the nine clay courts or the traditional grass court. One tennis court also includes stadium seating for tournaments or events. Outdoor recreation continues with eight bocce ball courts and three pickleball courts, as well as both basketball and volleyball courts.

Indoors, Club Peachtree provides many amenities as well, including a library, computer lab, billiards, and card tables. An indoor 146-seat movie theater is also available, complete with a sound-system and stage. The entertainment area can be used for large functions, or divided into multiple meeting rooms to accommodate the community’s various social clubs. Sun City Peachtree’s large amenity center also includes many arts and crafts rooms where residents can enjoy sewing, ceramics, and other crafts.

Whether dining with a spectacular view, working out in the state-of-the-art fitness center, enjoying the pool and spa, or meeting for a friendly game of cards, there is something for everyone at this well-planned amenity center. As Sun City Peachtree continues to grow, residents will be pleased to take part in the many activities offered through Club Peachtree.

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David Scherr March 3, 2010 at 2:35 pm

I have looked at the demographic information of Griffin, Ga relating to the percentage of population makeup and the crime rate. We are strongly considering Sun City Peachtree as a retirement location. Is the demographic information for Griffin something that should be considered in our choice of Sun City Peachtree.

We currently live in Columbus, Ohio which is a diverse community and has crime. I hope you see my question in the wrong light, but the demographics do cause me some concern.
Thank you, David Scherr

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Bonnie Brewer & Steve Sawyer June 28, 2010 at 7:45 pm

Hello David,

We moved here Oct 23,2009 from New Castle NH. I am from FL and Steve is native to NH. We looked for a year and a half from Ocala FL to Canton GA and along the Atlantic from PonteVedra FL to Savannah GA.
This is the community that we felt like we would belong. People are from every
state and very friendly and active. We immediately knew we made the right decision.
Now for the downside. Spalding Country is one of the poorest in the state.
There is very little shopping opportunities here, only a couple of good restaurants. I don’t worry about the crime. You will get used to going to McDonough, Fayetteville, Peachtree City and Atlanta for most of your outings.
You get used to it and there are always friends and neighbors who get together for events at the Fox, 10 of us ladies went to the DeKalb Mkt last week and lunched at Violettes in Decatur.
,We are hopeful that the Village across from the entry will be built sooner than later.
Good Luck
Bonnie

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