Researching spring break ideas? Here are a collection of places guaranteed to make lasting memories, and they are all within reach of Atlanta. Our 13 recommended spring break destinations for 2020 include towns in Georgia, cities just over the border, and a handful of places that require an (affordable) jaunt in a plane.
Vogel State Park is one of Georgia’s most beloved state parks, and one visit there will show you why. Vogel – Georgia’s second oldest state park – is located in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest near Blairsville. Vogel is a park located close to many of our state’s most beautiful waterfalls and hikes, which makes this is a place that cannot be missed.
St Simons Island was recently voted the number one favorite beach town by Travel and Leisure. Now the entire country knows what I’ve known for more than 20 years, St. Simons is the perfect mix of seaside fun and small town charm. The hard-packed sand on St. Simons Island is perfect for one of our favorite vacation activities, riding a bike on the beach, or if you prefer, there are miles of bike paths around this coastal Georgia Island.
Here are six reasons we believe that Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Plantation at Lake Oconee is a superior destination for families.
Nothing beats exploring the Atlanta Metro on a glorious sunny day, expect an even more spectacular sunset with someone you love. From hiking locations in the great outdoors, to Metro restaurants with unbeatable libations, and from the hippest new hotels to Atlanta’s A-list attractions…these 12 spots are ideal for watching the sun fall into the horizon!
Where you’re visiting the mountains, “where to stay” is just as important as “what to do.” I highly recommend a cabin from Mountain Top Cabin Rental.
A weekend in Savannah, GA., is one of our favorite, and easiest getaways. Georgia’s oldest city is charming, affordable, historic – and the famous Leopold’s…
If you, like us, are a hiking family then you should not hesitate to make your way to Blairsville’s Blood Mountain. It’s not easy…I’ll be honest. But it is rewarding, and one hike the kids won’t stop talking about! Lace up your hiking boots, and dig out those trekking poles. You’ll need them. Here is why this is our favorite trail, and why it will be yours also!
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There is something cosmopolitan about sipping cocktails high above the city on patio rooftop bars. Atlanta has a growing list of rooftop bars with amazing views from the classic Sun Dial at the Westin Peachtree Plaza, to the game changing 9 Mile Station at Ponce City Market, and newcomers like the Clermont Hotel and soon to be renovated Whiskey Blue at the W Hotel. We even list some OTP favorites like Brine Seafood and BarleyGarden, as well as a few surprises.
Tybee Island sits 18 miles from Historic Savannah…about 20 minutes east. You may have heard it referred to as Savannah’s Beach, but the truth is, Tybee is nothing like Savannah. It has its own charm, draw and vibe. If you’re family is looking for the perfect beach vacation then it’s time to get this Georgia barrier island on your list. Tybee Island, Georgia. So follow our lead, and take on these relaxing and fun things to do in Tybee Island!
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.