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When you stay at the Country Inn & Suites in Morrow, you can find a multitude of things to do in downtown Atlanta. Baseball fans can visit Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves, and racing enthusiasts can tour the Atlanta Motor Speedway since both venues are less than 15 minutes away on I-75. Spend the day strolling around Centennial Olympic Park, and then embrace the nightlife with dancing and dining in the Buckhead district. If you prefer entertainment closer to the hotel, you can shop for a new outfit at Southlake Mall or take the kids to the playground at Clayton County International Park.

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Georgia International Convention Center

9.87 mi / 15.89 km from the hotel
Georgia’s second-largest meeting facility hosts a number of eclectic exhibits, trade shows, and other major events throughout the year.

Southlake Mall

2.13 mi / 3.42 km from the hotel
Shop for bargains at popular retailers like Macy’s, rue 21, and American Eagle, and then enjoy a tasty meal at one of several restaurants in the mall’s food court.

Clayton County Public Schools Performing Arts Center

0.28 mi / 0.44 km from the hotel
You’ll find year-round entertainment at this fine-arts complex that showcases a host of cultural events, many performed by local students.

Clayton County International Park

2.39 mi / 3.85 km from the hotel
Enjoy a full day of outdoor activities at Clayton County International Park. This park is home to biking trails, a fishing lake, tennis and volleyball courts, a playground, and even a beach with a water park.

Clayton State University

2.31 mi / 3.72 km from the hotel
Tour the university’s peaceful wooded campus, or attend a jazz or chamber music concert at Spivey Hall. Founded in 1965, the university currently offers approximately 35 undergraduate degree and eight graduate degree programs.

The National Archives at Atlanta

0.42 mi / 0.68 km from the hotel
Browse an impressive collection of microfilm, photographs, maps, and original documents dating to the 1700s at this facility dedicated to the preservation of Southern history.