Nearly 50,000 fans cheer every home game of 3-time World Series champions the Atlanta Braves at this modern baseball stadium, built for the 1996 Olympics.
This twin waterfall, managed by the U.S. Forest Service, is one of the most beautiful and easily accessible that I've been to. The walk along a paved trail is less than a
My wife and I took the opportunity to stop at the privately owned Okefenokke Swamp Park, at the northern entrance to the swamp. This has an entrance fee of $12 for
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Follow your nose through the fragrant, colorful flora of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, with thousands of gorgeously landscaped plants, a stunning Orchid atrium, and a 4-story skywalk through Storza Woods.
This plantation is set up to look like the 'old south'. There are many historical homes brought to this site still intact, including antique furniture and artwork. The
This 18-hole public golf course, rated at a par 72, offers daily public play and instructors to help you with your swing, 30 miles north of downtown Atlanta.
Cumberland Island National Seashore is Georgia’s southernmost barrier island, which is known for its sea turtles, wild turkeys, wild horses, armadillos, shore birds, Live
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Kennesaw Mountain is a great place to go hiking with
kids. It is very shady, and the trails are not difficult to walk on (though some are steep). There are several
Literally, for the first hour, we were bringing up the lines two fish at a time. In two hours total, we probably caught 15 fish. We kept eight of them. One was a