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!
We’ve searched high and low within the city and around the Metro to bring you a list of Atlanta’s most essential breweries. From rich heady porters in a modest setting, to sours and ales in repurposed spaces, this is your definitive bucket list of breweries in Atlanta and the Metro.
What makes the selection of things to do in Montgomery so remarkable, we found, is the way in which it offers up its past, present, and future all at once, insisting that you can’t have one without the other–for better or for worse. Here are 23 things to check out on your next adventure here.
Whether you’re heading to the Alabama Beaches for summer fun or off-season relaxation, there are some Gulf Shores restaurants that just shouldn’t be skipped. Breakfast? Date Night? Sweet Tooth? Whatever you’re desire, we’ve got you covered. Here are five must-visit eateries on the gorgeous white sands of the gulf, plus a foodie festival you MUST add to your bucket list!
Six Flags Fright Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia is not for the faint of heart. Gory haunted attractions, freaky scare zones + some kid friendly attractions too. Ready to be scared?
I’m still creeped out by the movie Children of the Corn, but if you like to be scared out in the middle of a corn field, here are five haunted corn mazes near Atlanta.
Gatlinburg, Tennessee is a home to a bustling downtown area filled with interesting attractions and delicious restaurants; and it’s also home to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park – a natural oasis hosting thousands of miles of fun for outdoor lovers.
If you’re heading to a place packed with so much adventure, you need to know the best ways to spend your time and the essential things to do in Gatlinburg, Tn.
Follow our huge list to select the right items for your itinerary, regardless of your travel style!
Georgia State Parks offer fantastic options for viewing fall leaf color! Luckily, Georgia State Parks gave us the scoop on which parks offer the best fall showing. While you’re planning your adventure, keep an eye on their site at Leaf Watch Site for help finding the best scenery at the best time!
A ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is the trip of a lifetime. Our family stepped aboard the historical rail one lovely spring morning – and we explored again in Fall. Read more here.
Looking for things to do around Atlanta this fall? Why not head to the mountains?!! Here are six reasons to make the trek into the forest right now!
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!