What Attractions Are in Georgia?

What Attractions Are in Georgia?
With a rich history and culture, Georgia offers an abundance of museums and other indoor attractions. However, those looking to spend their time outdoors can find themselves among a treasure trove of open-air adventures.

The Parks at Chehaw and Wild Animal Park

Nature trails, BMX track, natural habitat exhibits and a petting zoo make this attraction in Albany fun for all ages whether you are traveling alone or as a family.

Stone Mountain Park

The ultimate outdoor experience, activities in this Atlanta theme park include a treetop adventure course, the Summit Skyride, Ride the Ducks or a Paddlewheel Riverboat. Kids will enjoy visiting the farmyard or playing a round of adventure golf.

Fort Mountain State Park

Set in the hardwood forest of Northern Georgia on a clear mountain lake, you can swim, rent a pedal boat or enjoy one of the many trails by hiking, biking or on horseback.

Callaway Gardens

Immerse yourself in 13,000 acres of preserved beauty in the gardens at Pine Mountain as you go sightseeing on the bicycle trails, take a walk on the nature trails, view a showing of the birds of prey or explore the vegetable garden at the horticulture center.

Smithgall Woods

In this state park in the North Georgia Mountains, catch-and-release fishing is available at one of the state's premier trout fishing locations. There are also many trails designed for hikers and bikers to explore.

Article Written By Paisley Parmer

A full-time home educator and mother, Paisley Parmer is a Central Florida native. Parmer writes education-related articles with forays into travel and family-related topics. Her work has been published on various websites.

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