Albany, Georgia sits in the southwest section of the state, about 3 – 3.5 hours from Atlanta…down I-75. It’s the eight largest city in Georgia, the central hub of the southwest…and a great place for exploring with kiddos!
Small Town Fun
In Rutledge, Ga., locals use a four way barrel stop to give directions. When I reached the steel barrel painted red with four stop signs affixed…
Calhoun, Ga and all of Gordon County are home to a rich Native American and Civil War history and are filled with an array of outdoor adventure, making it an ideal spot for adventurous families. Here’s everything you need to know to fill a wonderful weekend in Northwest Georgia.
This little museum is really well done. The displays were all awesome, and the artifacts they have on display are really impressive.
The Museum of Aviation in central Georgia is a truly a wonderful place to visit for those interested in aviation, but it’s also a great stop for those traveling south from Atlanta with kids.
LaGrange, Ga is full of surprises, from a Bible history museum to a grand Callaway estate, and from 90+ year old cherished hotdog restaurant to TLC’s Ultimate Cake Off winner of 2011. Here is where to play eat and stay when visiting LaGrange, Ga.
We live about an hour from Rome, but find ourselves there often because it’s great little city with a surprisingly large number of things to do. While this isn’t even the tip of the iceberg when it comes to fun in Rome, Georgia, it is a grand collection of fun things to do for FREE!
Dahlonega, Ga is the site of the country’s first gold rush and there is still gold in them there hills, although it’s more of the tourist variety now, than the shiny yellow metal.
We filled an entire day with excitement and didn’t even get to try our hand at everything. I read somewhere that there are over 35 activities for families…THIRTY FIVE! Here are a few of our favorites.
Radium Springs | Albany, Ga 2501 Radium Springs Road Albany, Ga View Website Radium Springs is one of Georgia’s seven wonders, located in Albany. It…