There are so many wonderful vacation destinations that sometimes we forget the ones in our own backyard. There are lots of amazing weekend getaways in Ga. Whether it’s hunting alligators, digging for gold, riding into the sunset, watching a show or just spending a lazy day on the beach digging a hole, Georgia has it all. Need some vacation ideas for quick weekend getaways? Here are 25+ fabulous family weekend getaways in Ga. The best part, they are all around five hours or less from Atlanta.
There are tasty culinary treasures and tons of cool things to do in Destin, FL and gorgeous emerald waters and equally stunning white-sand beaches.
South Carolina beaches are sometimes overlooked when compared with those in Florida, but the 187 miles of coastline offers spectacular beaches to visit!
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.
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.
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!
Turquoise Place Orange Beach is a gleaming 20-story luxury resort right on the fluffy white sand beaches of the gulf coast. Normally, I prefer a…
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,…
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.
This was my first visit to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and what a beauty she is. The region is back in full force and open for business, showing Hurricane Katrina who’s really the boss…this community! With barrier islands out in the Gulf of Mexico protecting the beaches along the state, the shoreline is calm and pristine…simply gorgeous. You could come here and never leave the white sands…but don’t do that! There are plenty of fun and exciting things to do here beyond the beach. Here are my favorites from a recent trip to Mississippi Gulf Coast.
From unbelievable beaches to hot springs and whale watching (and petting) you simply MUST make time for Baja Mexico. The best way to travel the peninsula is on a family road trip. Here are the top places to visit on your adventure.
The Sunshine State has seemingly limitless opportunities for a great family or romantic getaway, but if you haven’t yet visited Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach, you are missing out! No matter the season, Amelia’s pristine beaches, historic charm, and outdoor adventures—all just a 5-6 hour drive from Atlanta—make it a quintessential Florida destination. We’ve listed recommendations of how to enjoy the Island like the locals do.
The Gullah Geechee is the name given to the decedents of African slaves from west and central Africa who worked the southern rice and cotton…
From exploring an historic riverside town to relaxing on the Atlantic beach, here are 21 fun and affordable things to do in Stuart, FL
Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida is a place you should visit at least once. And I guarantee once you go there you will want to go back again and again!