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Welcome to Macon – home of Otis Redding, Little Richard and The Allman Brothers! Congratulations to your teams for qualifying for the USTA Georgia District League Championship. Here are some things that will be helpful for you to know as you plan your trip to Macon.

We have negotiated special rates for your stay at more than a dozen area hotels. In order to guarantee you receive the negotiated rate, please use either the QR code that takes you directly to the hotel booking site or call the property directly and ask for the MATA DLC rate. All property phone numbers are listed below.

In the event you have some downtime or chose to stay and play after your matches are completed, we encourage you to visit some of our great tourism destinations The Big House Allman Brothers Museum, Capricorn Studios, and The Ocmulgee National Monument and Indian Mounds to name a few.

Again, welcome to Macon!
Mary Cay McCullough
Executive Director, MATA

Candlewood Suites

3957 River Place Drive
Macon GA 31210
478-254-3530

Courtyard Macon

3990 Sheraton Drive
Macon GA 31210
478-477-8899

Hilton Garden Inn

1220 Stadium Drive
Macon GA 31204
478-741-5527

Macon Marriott City Center

240 Coliseum Drive
Macon GA 31217
866-882-4465

TRU by Hilton

107 Providence Blvd.
Macon GA 31210
478-779-0116

Comfort Suites

120 Plantation Inn Drive
Macon GA 31210
478-314-5130

Fairfield Inn & Suites

110 Plantation Inn Drive
Macon GA 31210
478-476-8353

Holiday Inn North Macon

3953 River Place Drive
Macon GA 31210
478-803-8200

Red Roof Inn

2720 Riverside Drive
Macon GA 31210
478-713-1482

Wingate by Windham

100 Norh Crest Blvd.
Macon GA 31210
478-476-8100

Volunteers Needed!

At each of our events, we utilize volunteers in on-court and off-court capacities. Tennis experience and knowledge is a plus but not a requirement for all activities. Your involvement and passion for helping others is far more valuable than your knowledge or skill level as a tennis player. Tennis teams, school groups, families, neighborhoods and individuals are all encouraged to get involved.

Opportunities

  • Assisting athletes on the autism spectrum as: instructor, ball feeder, court control
  • Ball person
  • Coach
  • Chaperone
  • Administrative support

Included Events

  • Net Therapy for Kids with Autism – 6 weeks during spring – John Drew Smith Tennis Center – Mondays 5-6pm
  • Net Therapy for Veterans – Thursdays 7 pm Randy Stephens Tennis Center
  • Fundraising events

Volunteer Requirements

  • Passion for the underserved population and helping others
  • Energetic
  • Availability
  • Tennis skill and knowledge of the game required for some on-court volunteers