It’s Fall Ya’ll! Looking for the best-of-the-best things to do in Atlanta and all of Georgia this season? The weather is just perfect, the leaves are putting on a show, the holiday season is coming…Here are dozens of my favorite ways to celebrate this time of year in and around Atlanta, and throughout Georgia.
One of family favorite activity for fall is visiting many of the corn mazes in Ga. We are very fortunate to live in the city that has several choices of corn mazes and hayrides within a driving distance from Atlanta.
When you think about lake swimming, you don’t often think about seeing your toes in the water, but at Lake Blue Ridge in North Georgia,…
Atlanta is a great town, except for one thing; it’s not on the water. To find a great beach, you need to travel. So where is the closest beach to Atlanta? There are a few that are simple day trips from Atlanta, but most are oceanside fun weekend getaways. We’ll tell you what seaside beach is closest to Atlanta, but also 10+ more drivable favorites.
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. Here are the best things to do in Helen, Ga
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…
The history of Savannah is, well, complicated. There is a history we hear most often, of a city founded in 1733 along the Savannah River,…
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.
Bravery. Tragedy. Heroism. Those three words come to mind when I think about the Civil Rights Movement. Things are better…but we still have a long way to go. Why? So we don’t make those same mistakes in the future. We’ve highlighted some of the stops along this regional Civil Rights Trail (along with a few state-specific stops): the brave, the tragic, and the heroic.
The islands of St. Simons, Jekyll and Sea, and mainland city of Brunswick offer a myriad of fun and adventurous opportunities for kids of all ages. Below, we’ve highlighted 15 exciting things to do with the kids in the Golden Isles.
George T. Bagby State Park, in Fort Gaines, Ga. is located along the banks of the 48,000 acre Lake Walter F. George. On a recent…
Georgia State Parks camping is my favorite way to camp. I love it so much, that I have literally never camped anywhere else in Georgia! I…
Strawberry picking in Georgia begins near the end of April and runs through most of May. Here are the farms in Georgia you need to know about, as well as Strawberry Festivals around the state.
When I say, “Ghosts,” Savannah, Ga is the first place that comes to mind, right?
No one knows exactly why the spirits congregate here in such large quantities.
Maybe it’s the Native American burial ground the lies beneath the city. Maybe it’s the bloodshed of battle-upon-battle as new settlers tried to claim this prestigious piece of land. Maybe it’s a tale of two loves…where the spirits find just as much pleasure in watching us as we have in trying to see them.
Luckily, that’s not a mystery we must solve in order to appreciate and enjoy their antics.