I enjoy Kids Eat Free as much as the next guy, but I’m not a fan of IHOP, Applebee’s, and the like. I want good, local food. I want to support our locally owned and managed restaurants…the mom-and-pop shops that have taken the risk, make delicious food and help our community thrive. So I started looking for Kids Eat Free Atlanta programs among this group of entrepreneurs.
A petting zoo and kids go together like cookies and milk. There is just something about interacting with a fuzzy friend that makes children smile. If you find yourself asking, “Where is a great petting zoo near me?” — we have a great list for you. Some of these animal farms in Georgia you may have heard of, and some may surprise you!
My boys and I wanted to sneak in a little more fun before my oldest started kindergarten, so we made a trip up to INK Gainesville GA. INK, the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, is actually a non-profit organization that was created to engage children’s bodies and minds through a warehouse full of interactive exhibits!
The Georgia Aquarium Sleepover…it’s been on my bucket list for YEARS…and we finally did it! Cooper and I packed our suitcase and headed to the aquarium for the experience of a lifetime. Was it awesome? Yes! Even better than I imagined!! We hope our post will inspire you to sign up for an aquarium sleepover, give you the scoop on what to expect when you visit, and offer a few tips for your experience.
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.