There Is Nothing To Do In Fairfield Bay

Paul Wellenberger

Except: Go fishing for world record walleye, hybrids, bass and crappie on Greers Ferry Lake, watch the sunset while cruising on a pontoon, jet ski, water ski, hike to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain or to the National Historic Site Indian Rock Cave, enjoy the flower gardens at Ed Leamon Park, play golf at two wonderful 18 hole championship golf courses (Mountain Ranch and Indian Hills), play 18 holes of miniature golf at Woodland Mead Park’s professional course, go bowling, enjoy an Our Towne Productions play, go swimming at one of our many pools, workout, or shoot hoops at the Hart Center, play tennis at our state of the art courts, take the kids to a puppet show at the Artisan’s Gallery, sing your heart out at Karaoke, play Bingo at the Lions Club, go dancing on a Friday night at Happy Feet, try outdoor volley ball or basketball at our new courts at Woodland Mead, stand in awe and admire the hand carved totem poles in Fairfield Bay, check out a book or DVD at our Library, or learn about our past at the Indian Hills Museum. Of course if this isn’t enough activity for you, schedule your visit around a special event, like Bloomin in the Bay, Surf the Bay Watersports Festival, The Fourth of July parade and fireworks, or Storyfest in the Fall.

Want something great to eat; join our locals at Goodwin and Daughters, Jacks, Grumpy’s, The Little Red Café, Stringbeanz, Bogey’s at Mountain Ranch, The Bay View Club, Janssen’s on the Bay, Sharky’s Sunset Grill, or the Indian Hills Country Club. Go to the Sweet Shoppe in the mall for some great Ice Cream and come out looking like a million bucks wearing the latest fashions. Of course, you can always take a picnic lunch out for an afternoon cruise from the Marina. Want to shop, try out the Hallmark Store and the Art Gallery in the mall, the Artisans gallery by the post office, or the Farmers Market at Woodland Mead Park.

Of course, one of the greatest things about Fairfield Bay is you can just relax, enjoy the scenery and outdoors, and have a day where you have Nothing to Do in Fairfield Bay.

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