Want something different than the typical bar scene for your last hurrah? Here are some adventurous and local ideas for your bachelor party no matter what season your wedding is in!
Skydive. It’s a popular bucket list item that seldom gets accomplished, but there’s no better time than now to check it off! Just make sure all of the groomsmen are up for the jump.
Take a brewery tour. Have a lot of friends? The VIP tour at Sweetwater Brewery is available for larger groups. A barbeque lunch is included and each guest will get their own souvenir glass—a great memento of your party.
Get on the water. Take an adventure white water rafting through Georgia’s Ocoee River, or relax on a boat at the lake. Don’t have a boat? Borrow a friend’s or rent one for the day at Lake Lanier or Lake Allatoona.
Oktoberfest in Helen. The German beer festival runs from September to early November and is sure to be a great time for the group. Book a hotel that is in walking distance of the downtown party.
Go camping. Pitch a tent and stay up late grilling a feast for the guys. Go fishing or hiking during the day.
Rent a cabin. Find a bachelor pad in the mountains and plan a night in. Bring your video games or try to win some extra cash playing poker.
Laugh at comedy show. Get a seat at a late-night adult comedy club like The Basement Theater in Atlanta. It’s a good way to go if some of the guys have just met each other.
Play golf. Take advantage of the beautiful weather and treat yourself and your buds to an upscale course in North Georgia.
Catch a baseball game. Spend the afternoon at Turner Field rooting on the home team—and of course, get to the game early to tailgate. Find a tailgating checklist online to make sure you have everything you’ll need!
Whatever you plan for your bachelor party, top it all off at the relaxing groom’s lounge at Che’ne Rouge. Your friends will get in some last-minute bonding while your bride gets ready and the guests file in. Discover more about the groom’s lounge under Virtual Tours.