Where We Will Be Staying

Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agriculture Center
401 Golden Isles Pkwy, Perry, GA 31069


SHUTTLES Perry will have two charter buses to take you to town from BRAG camp, starting at the fairgrounds at noon. One bus will run loops to and from the fairgrounds and downtown. The other will run loops to and from the fairgrounds and the hotels. Both all throughout the day. NOTE: You can put bikes in the storage compartments under the bus if you want to take it downtown or to your hotel.

RVs If you are bringing an RV to Perry on the Georgia National Fairgrounds, you must purchase and reserve a spot, even if you do not require hookups. Make a reservation here: https://www.gnfa.com/p/rvreservations  and select other events, then the BRAG Event. 




Perry will have the town street closed off just for BRAG! The band Company of Crows will be playing downtown 7-10pm. Restaurants and stores will be open during the day with specials just for us. Pick up a Sippin' Stroll Passport Book at the Perry Welcome Center and explore all the tasty noms Perry has to offer.

Nestled in the heart of Georgia lies the quaint but thriving city of Perry, where you’ll find a slower pace, a relaxing retreat, and no traffic jams. Recognized as the place “Where Georgia Comes Together,” our city has a tradition of delivering a warm and gracious welcome to visitors dating back more than a century, all the way back to when the city was a major North-South stagecoach stop.



Sip-N-Stroll  A curated, self-guided tour of the best beverages and signature drinks found at all our local restaurants.

Our merchants have come together to bring you the Perry Sippin’ Stroll, a curated tour of the best of the best beverages to be had in town. From coffee to cocktails, slushies, and espresso floats, these signature libations can only be found in Perry and we challenge you to taste them all!

Pick up a Passport Book at the Perry Welcome Center or any of the participating merchants.

Self-Guided Historic Tours can be downloaded at https://perrygatours.com/

Go Fish Education Center is worth checking out! Aquarium taking visitors on an educational journey through Georgia's watersheds to learn about our diverse aquatic wildlife, their natural habitats and the impacts of water pollution. over 170,000 gallons of aquatic exhibits that feature fish from the mountains, piedmont, coastal plain and swamp habitats of Georgia. Freshwater and saltwater fishing simulators, hunting simulators and a pond where you can try out your fishing skills. Fishing supplies provided!

We have multiple parks that are beautiful to visit throughout Perry. (https://perry-ga.gov/leisure-services/parks).

Top parks to highlight are: 

Creekwood Park- outdoor basketball court, Traffic Park (fun for the kids to ride their bikes on), a Splashpad and a new destination playground. 

Rozar Park- 18-hole Frisbee disc golf course, new destination playground, multiple soccer/baseball fields, and 2 large fishing ponds. 

Barbara Calhoun Park- tennis courts and small playground. 



Eats & Drinks


Oliver Perry's - Fancy steak house in upscale vibe - 905 Carroll St

Bodega Brew - Cafe, sandwiches, salads, small bites, and many beers - 1025 Ball St

The Swanson - Fried chicken, collard greens, Southern classics served in an antebellum setting.

Patio 901 - medeterian, pizzas, nachos, and pub food on a great patio - 901 Carroll St

BBQ Monsters To Go - BBQ and all the fixings - 736 Carroll St

Schultze's Old Fashioned Soda Shop - Ice Cream, Soda, Burgers & Fries

Sunset Slush - Many many flavors of Italian Ice - 736 Carroll St

All the restaurants, tours, shops, etc. can be found on the Visit Perry website.