Chick-fil-A’s cows are famous for more than their cleverly misspelled billboards. They are also found at The Rock Ranch, a cattle farm in The Rock, Georgia, owned by the family of the restaurant chain’s founder, the late S. Truett Cathy. A 90-minute drive south of Atlanta, the 1,500-acre ranch has abundant space for events and teambuilding activities.
The 15,000-sq.-ft. Truett’s Barn accommodates indoor and outdoor events in the banquet room, breakout rooms and the private, open-air wing. The property is known for is its teambuilding and recreation options, such as paintball competitions, scavenger hunts, zip lining, rock climbing on a 50-ft. wall, archery, a dunk tank, paddle boating, fishing and a 5K run/walk. A limited number of overnight accommodations are available in four houses, and camping is an option in tents and wagons. Naturally, catering selections include Chick-fil-A’s famous chicken sandwich.
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