The Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites Park Guide is a handy resource for planning a spring break, summer vacation or family reunion. The free booklet is filled with tips on the best hiking trails, fishing spots, cabins, wedding venues and campsites.
Call 770-389-7286 for your free copy, pick up in park offices or view online.
Travel to a place that has Old World towers, gingerbread trim, traditional German foodstuffs and strasses and platzes spilling over with Scandinavian goods, a natural beauty perched on the Chattahoochee River.
Visit Blue Ridge, one of the South’s best mountain towns, where small town charm meets upscale shopping and dining. Only 90 miles from Atlanta, but a million miles away from it all. Cozy cabins, beautiful views, lakes, waterfalls and friendly people.
Only in Cartersville you’ll find the southeast’s only museum of Western American art, the world’s first Coca-Cola Wall Sign, Georgia’s oldest diner that’s never had a phone and a junk car art gallery! Fun finds, great eats and friendly folks – Cartersville!
The search for squirrel picnic tables is on! Explore Henry County and find not only tiny, decorated squirrel dining spots throughout the community, but also an array of outdoor adventures waiting to be explored just 20 miles south of Atlanta.
Blairsville offers the perfect mountain getaway. Spend days filled with delectable local dishes, uncommon shopping experiences, magnificent views, and nights by the fire with a sky overhead bursting with stars. Settle in and enjoy a town where everyone is your neighbor.
If you’ve been dreaming of visiting the French countryside, save
yourself the flight and explore a picturesque Georgia mountain
town that has all the charm but is much closer to home. Say “oui”
to Braselton, located in North Georgia, less than an hour from
three beautiful and diverse Georgia State Parks.