When you’re exploring the South, there are a myriad of wonders in Mississippi. World renowned authors, painful history, exciting new achievements…not to mention gorgeous forests and dreamy beaches. Come check out these 25 all best things to do in Mississippi … Read More
For outdoor lovers, Lake Martin, Alabama has it all. With almost 900 miles of pristine shoreline, it’s no wonder Lake Martin is known as Alabama’s Freshwater Coast. Here, you’ll find water activities galore, awesome hiking trails, fabulous restaurants, and stunning views everywhere you look. The best part? It’s located just over the Georgia border, so you don’t have to go far to enjoy this awesome Alabama locale.
Red Top Mountain State Park in Acworth is known for its amazing location right on Lake Allatoona. This state park — just 35 miles north of Atlanta — is perfect for swimming, boating, water sports, fishing, hiking, and biking. With amazing accommodations, a beautiful lake, and activities galore, this is one Georgia State Park that’s definitely worth a visit!
Tubing in Helen, Ga is a rite of passage. It’s that thing that every local and visitor alike MUST do when coming within at least 100 miles of the Alpine city. This summer we took the boys for some tubing in Helen as part of their birthday celebration. Yes, they are still talking about it! Want to make this trek yourself – either with the family, with friends, or on a special adults-only outing? Here are 10 things you need to know before tubing Helen, Georgia.
If you’re thinking about a Smoky Mountain Vacation, then you’ll want to check out these spectacular Gatlinburg Cabin Rentals. We’ve also included a few from the nearby towns of Pigeon Forge and Sevierville. Sevierville, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are all … Read More
When I think of Tallulah Gorge State Park in Tallulah Falls located in Rabun County, I think of the spectacular views and that awesome suspension bridge! But there are so many other completely cool things about this state park, too!
Tallulah Gorge is just an amazing place — it’s two miles long, and almost 1,000 feet deep! And one of the things I love most about this place, is that if you don’t feel like hiking all the way down to the bridge or the gorge floor, the views from the more easily-accessible overlooks are just as gorgeous.