Buckskin Gulch: We hiked 5.6 miles from WirePass and it was one of my favorite Utah hikes. Come read how you can see the beauty of the longest and deepest slot canyon without overnight permits.Read More
The Great Outdoors
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.
Glamping — or glamorous camping — is basically an upgrade in accommodations for those who love nature and adventure. Whether it be in a treehouse, yurt, RV, caboose, teepee, geo dome, or lodge, these places are for those who either want a unique sleeping experience, or lots of luxury. (Or both!)
There are so many places to explore on the water – from the salt marshes of the coast, to the mountain rivers of the north. From peaceful flatwater lakes, to alligator-filled swamps. This guide will help you find the perfect water trail for you.
Whether you are spending the day hiking the Red History Trail, or staying the night in one of the Sweetwater Creek State Park yurts, we’ve got everything you need to know to maximize your experience!
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!
Scenic drives, amazing hiking trails, waterfalls, mountain views, awesome restaurants, great small towns, and so many adventures can be found in the mountains of North Georgia. We’ve gathered more than 120 amazing ways to have fun in North Georgia, so you’ll never run out of fun things to do.