Fall Festivals in Georgia fill September, October and November with events galore. Music festivals in the city? Grape stomping in the mountains? Hot air balloons, craft beer festivals, family friendly events and so much more — we’ve got them all!Read More
Hidden treasures are the best part of traveling, and the small towns in Georgia are riddled with secret finds. Here are 13 of the best small towns in Georgia to visit this year.
The tiny house movement is still alive and well in the world, but not everyone is willing and able to take advantage on a full…
Scenic drives, amazing hiking trails, waterfalls, mountain views, awesome restaurants, great small towns, and so many adventures can be found in the mountains of North Georgia. We’ve gathered more than 120 amazing ways to have fun in North Georgia, so you’ll never run out of fun things to do.
It’s almost strawberry time! Strawberry picking in Georgia begins near the end of April and runs through most of May. Here are the strawberry farms in Georgia you need to know about.
We checked another item off our Georgia Bucket List with a trip to The Masters. While I was there, I couldn’t help but take in the cultural and traditional nuances that have evolved over the years, as well as a bit of the history. Here’s what I gathered: 33 unusual things you probably don’t now about The Masters…unless you’ve been!
Once a month Milledgeville, Georgia offers a tour of the Georgia Lunatic, Idiot and Epileptic Asylum. We believe this tour offers the perfect reason to day trip to the area…and here’s why!