River Forest/Riata features 6 championship clay tennis courts that are open daily. They can also be lighted for night play.
While The Tennis Complex at Healy Point provides a perfect setting for fun and recreation. Availability includes 2 hard surfaced and 8 clay tennis courts complete with windscreens and landscaping. All courts are lit for evening play. In addition to the courts, the Tennis Shop is fully-stocked and staffed by qualified professionals who offer a wide variety of instructional programs and events.
The 25-meter pool for adults and children alike, as well as the separate wading pool for toddlers, offer water fun and a place to sun for our Members. The pool is operated by qualified personnel. Instructional programs and swim teams are offered for all ages. Visit here for hours and more information.
MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES ACCESS TO BOTH CLUBS
Healy Point, located just south of Atlanta in Macon, Georgia, is a golf tradition that has been pleasing Members and guests since 1972. Designed by Gary Player, the course is an equal balance of both challenge and beauty. Healy Point features 18 holes of championship golf with five sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all skill levels.
River Forest/Riata Golf Club, located just outside of Macon, Georgia in Forsyth is one of many gems in the ClubCorp Golf Club portfolio. Members often travel the 50 miles south of Atlanta just to play this stunning course that was designed by course superintendent, Gary Wilder. The course cleverly incorporates Georgia’s natural granite formations as hazards, along with carefully thought out water features and other bunkers. For more information about membership and amenaties please visit here to learn more.
One of Riatas crowning jules the Riata Duck Pond has much to offer. Along with being a great place to take your family to picnic, it also offers free fishing.
"I like it very much. Great place for jogging and taking a walk with children. Besides, there is a very good playground nearby"-Анна Коршенко
"This is a GREAT spot to run. If you run in the evening's or morning, about half of your run will be in the shade. I've even seen deer come out and keep me company during a few evening jogs."-Ricky Meleschi