Looking for things to do around Atlanta this fall? Why not head to the mountains?!! Here are six reasons to make the trek into the forest right now!
Fall Festivals in Atlanta fill September and October with events galore for the entire family. Prefer the city or the mountains? We’ve got a festival for you!
Apple picking in Ga – especially in the North Georgia Mountains – can’t be beat. Only a short drive from Atlanta, these U-Pick Georgia apple orchards are sure to create memories with your family.
There are so many things to do in Helen, Ga, and it ranks among our favorite Georgia town because of the number of outdoor adventures. It is no surprise that Alpine Helen/White County has been designated by the State House and Senate as Georgia’s Outdoor Adventure Destination.
The cool factor? Clear mountain waters are home to over 70 different species of fish! This is the most biodiverse river basin the world!! A small pool of water smaller than the size of a football field becomes a living underwater classroom.
Dahlonega, Ga is the site of the country’s first gold rush and there is still gold in them there hills, although it’s more of the tourist variety now, than the shiny yellow metal.
Here are 16 waterfalls, creeks and streams that your family can enjoy in the heat of Georgia’s summer.
We filled an entire day with excitement and didn’t even get to try our hand at everything. I read somewhere that there are over 35 activities for families…THIRTY FIVE! Here are a few of our favorites.
Most of the water parks in Georgia are open Memorial Day to Labor Day, and they include everything from full-fledged water parks to county-run aquatic centers. We’ve done our best to collect every water park and aquatic center in Georgia. Did we miss one you know about? Let us know!
A ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is the trip of a lifetime. Our family stepped aboard the historical rail one lovely spring morning – and we explored again in Fall. Read more here.
You’ve got 18 short years. Stop wasting time. In no particular order, here are the best things to do in Georgia for kids of all ages. Get to work on that bucket list!