White Water Rafting
This is one of the great reasons to come to Georgia. A Chattooga expedition is your gateway to a romping wet good time. And with different levels of intensity, is often perfect for the whole family.
Robert G. Hunter Memorial Park
This park covers 83 acres. You can find it in Douglasville on 8830 Gurley Road, which is off of Highway 5. Here you can use the track, pool, play tennis, and take your kids to the playground, or even a fishing lake. There’s a mini train and activity center.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park
Let the cartoon come to life at this family fun theme park and campground. There’s really nothing else like it…you can camp in an RV, tent or rent one of 6 cabins, but instead of just a recreation room, you’ll have access to a mini Disneyland. Just with Yogi Bear instead of Mickey.
You’ll find a swimming pool, mini-pool mini-golf, mini-train, gemstone mine and a movie house. Ride tortoises and much more. Many seasonal activities happen as well. It’s two miles from I-20, by exit 9.
The Heidi Motel and Windmill Suite
Wondering where to stay? Try a windmill. Check out the Heidi Motel and Windmill Suites in Helen, about 85 miles northwest of Atlanta. This is a highly photographed building and one of the oldest city landmarks. It’s also close to the tallest mountain in Georgia
Dukes Creek Gold and Ruby Mines
Here you can go into a mine and strike it rich, maybe. At least you can pay for a bucket of gems and get the gold-in-the-pan guarantee. This was a real working and successful mine, where gold was
discovered for the first time in Georgia.
Tugaloo State Park
In far northern Georgia, you’ll find cottages, campsites and amazing views of Lake Hartwell. Here you can go boating, hiking and swimming.
Georgia Bicycle Adventures
Go on a cycle tour in northern Georgia, and visit their site to find out everything you need to know
about how to get bicycle friendly trips and amenities.
Sunrise Cove Marina
If you’re by Lake Lanier, you can take your boat or find one to rent here. They have a ship’s store, club and bathhouses plus laundry service and a pump out that’s open 24 hours a day.
Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School Tallulah Falls Railroad Museum
This museum was built by students of the Rabun-Gap Nacoochee School. Come here to see railroad memorabilia and a real locomotive, train cars and caboose, also made by the students. Free admission.