The Great Outdoors

25+ Awesome Drivable Weekend Getaways in Ga.

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.



Kayaking in Georgia: 23 Unbeatable Spots for Paddlers to Launch

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.
Get ready to paddle your way through our beautiful state!





17 Perfect Spring Break Ideas For Fun-Loving Families In 2019

Researching spring break ideas? Here are a collection of places guaranteed to make lasting memories, and they are all within reach of Atlanta. Our 17 recommended spring break destinations for 2019 include towns in Georgia, cities just over the border, and a handful of places that require an (affordable) jaunt in a plane.



15 Reasons to Fall in Love with Vogel State Park

Vogel State Park is one of Georgia’s most beloved state parks, and one visit there will show you why.  Vogel – Georgia’s second oldest state park – is located in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest near Blairsville.  Vogel is a park located close to many of our state’s most beautiful waterfalls and hikes, which makes this is a place that cannot be missed.






7 Reasons Blood Mountain is our Favorite Family Hike

If you, like us, are a hiking family then you should not hesitate to make your way to Blairsville’s Blood Mountain. It’s not easy…I’ll be honest. But it is rewarding, and one hike the kids won’t stop talking about! Lace up your hiking boots, and dig out those trekking poles. You’ll need them. Here is why this is our favorite trail, and why it will be yours also!