Atlanta Motor Speedway hosts race #2 of the season in the “Chase for the Cup” — right after the legendary Daytona 500 — and this Georgia event is SUPER kid-friendly and full of FREE fun!Read More
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!
Georgia Glamping, or glamorous camping, is basically an upgrade in accommodations for those who love nature and adventure. Whether it be in a treehouse, yurt, RV, caboose, teepee, geo dome, or lodge, these places are for those who either want a unique sleeping experience, or lots of luxury (or both)! Here are Georgia’s 23 Most Unique Places to Escape
Here are 16 waterfalls, creeks and streams that your family can enjoy in the heat of Georgia’s summer.
For the folks who love a good bargain and a hunt for unexpected treasures, the flea markets in Georgia offer an ever-changing shopping experience. You’ll find them in every corner of the state, from multi-acre roadside setups to old churches filled with vending booths and produce stands. Here’s a guide to a few of the Peach State’s best flea-tique offerings.
Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park, or Lake Winnie as it is affectionately called, is like a time machine to a simpler, small town America amusement park. A cross between state fair and seaside boardwalk, Lake Winnie offers old favorites and modern rides, and is one of the best family amusement parks in Georgia.
Looking for a romantic mountain getaway that’s still within an easy drive of metro Atlanta? Hop in your car, and head northeast to Sautee-Nacoochee, Georgia, just an easy 90 minute drive of metro Atlanta. This small town is the perfect destination for couples looking to escape the city and enjoy everything from browsing through shops, hiking, bicycling, to just enjoying some quiet time watching the world go by.