Callaway Gardens, Ga. is a special place during the holidays, but the Pine Mountain, Ga. attraction has several other incredible, can’t miss seasonal festivals and events…Read More
Middle + South Georgia
Looking for last minute deals and steals for a memorable Labor Day Weekend Getaway?? Maybe you are ready to escape the city for a bit, touring some of our mountains, beaches or neighboring states. We’ve got a list of nine unique ways to get out of Atlanta for the long weekend.
Fall Festivals in Georgia fill late August, September, October and November.. with events galore. Whether you enjoy time in the city at Chastain or Piedmont Park, or you prefer to head into the mountains and watch the leaves change, we’ve got a festival for you!
With no major hotels, or national brands, Lake Sinclair is a secret find in Georgia’s lake country, & there are tons of outdoor activities off the lake too.
Long before the world heard of country music singer Luke Bryan’s farm tour, locals and tourists alike were learning about where milk and cheese come…
You’ve probably heard Milledgeville, Ga referred to as Georgia’s Antebellum Capital. And while that is a fair assessment, it is so much more. If you love exploring the outdoors while taking in a bit of Georgia’s history, this is just the spot! Head to Milledgeville in Middle Georgia to soak up the sun at Lake Sinclair, bike along the Oconee River, tour the historic district filled with culture and art, and see the surprises offered on the Georgia College campus. Here are 21 of our favorite reasons to visit.
We checked another item off our Georgia Bucket List this year 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!