The 5,500 acre Chickamauga Battlefield, scene of the last major Confederate victory of the Civil War, contains numerous monuments, historical tablets, wayside exhibits, and trails. Major points of interest can be reached by following the seven-mile auto tour. The Visitor Center includes exhibits, a bookstore, and the Claud E. and Zenada O. Fuller Collection of American Military Shoulder Arms.
Lookout Mountain Battlefield
The 3,000 acre Lookout Mountain Battlefield contains monuments, historical markers, trails, and scenic vistas. Point Park, a unit of the. . .
Drive 20 minutes east of Savannah, Georgia, through a few miles of wide sky and salt marshes. This is where you'll find Tybee Island — perhaps the most laid-back location on the southeastern coast.
On this uniquely charmed island, nature lovers mingle with movie stars, bird watchers with good ol' boys. Pirate raids are regular happenings. There are parties of epic proportions and silent beach sunrises. And everyone on Tybee Island, from townie to tourist, watches out for the sea turtles.
There are miles of beach; forts and museums and a great old lighthouse; endangered birds and other . . .
The Georgia Aquarium opened on Nov. 23, 2005, as the World's Largest Aquarium. With eight million gallons of fresh and marine water and more aquatic life than found in any other aquarium, you're sure to see things you've never seen before!
The Georgia Aquarium promises wonder and excitement around every corner including whale sharks, beluga whales, penguins, jellies and much, much more. You can even touch bonnethead sharks, cownose rays, anemones and sea stars. There is so much to see and do that you'll want to come back again and again. We look forward to seeing you at the Georgia Aquarium. . .
Centennial Olympic Park is a 21 acre public park located in downtown Atlanta that was the site of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Georgia. The park hosts events almost daily throughout the year. Besides these exciting events the park features one of the largest built-in fountains in the world. The fountain forms a splash pad that was designed for children to frolic in, as well as for concertgoers and joggers to cool off in on hot summer days.
Enjoy the beautifully landscaped water gardens, a plaza of memorial quilts and unique sculptures dotted all throughout the park.. . .
Located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, Stone Mountain Park features a wide variety of fun family activities and things to do in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Amazing adventures await as you discover interactive children's attractions. Plus you'll not want to miss dozens of fun annual events such as the Yellow Daisy Festival, Stone Mountain Christmas, or the Indian Festival & Pow Wow. Stone Mountain activities are suitable for all ages:
•Trek through the treetops on Sky Hike, the nation's largest adventure course.
•Take a skyride to the top of Stone Mountain and get an up-close look at the. . .
The Wonderworld of Okefenokee is a significant part of America's heritage, a beautifully preserved segment of what was here when America began. Headwaters of the Suwannee and St. Mary's Rivers, Okefenokee is a National Wildlife Refuge and an impressive recent addition to the National Wilderness System. Okefenokee Swamp Park is a convenient point of entry and a magnificent show-window for this natural wonderland. The park lily-decked water trails, with their miraculously reflective waters mirroring overhanging beauty, lead to all points in this vast wilderness of islands, lakes, jungles, forest. . .
After opening in 1997, the "Home of the Braves" has quickly become an Atlanta landmark and the benchmark for future baseball park design. Turner Field combines the nostalgia and the atmosphere of old-time baseball with state-of-the-art family entertainment unlike that of any other park.
Turner Field is unrivaled in its blend of technology and entertainment. At all times, fans are entertained and informed of Turner Field activities through superior sound systems, the BravesVision video board in center field, the PlazaVision board in the Fan Plaza and over 500 television monitors situated thr. . .
The Pearson family has been growing peaches and pecans on the same Georgia land as our great-great grandparents for over 100 years. Here at Pearson Farm traditional American southern hospitality and honest values have been the guiding principles of our family farm for five generations.
During peach season, from mid-May through mid-August, walk in customers are welcome at the packing house. In addition to our fresh from the farm peaches, we also sell delicious peach ice cream made from our own tree ripened peaches – so good it has been acclaimed in Southern Living Magazine. We are here at t. . .
Throughout its history, Jekyll Island is a place where people have imagined an alternative. People have come here to be different, and they still do. From Native Americans, to English colonists, to French privateers, to the members of the Jekyll Island Club - people have imagined Jekyll Island as a place where dreams can be built.
The Island's present day prominence as a beloved vacation destination was prefaced by an era of unrivaled status and prestige. Beginning in 1886 and continuing for over four gilded decades, the Island was the exclusive domain of the renowned Jekyll Island Club -. . .
Helen, Georgia nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the Chattahoochee River, is a re-creation of an alpine village complete with cobblestone alleys and old-world towers. This Northeast Georgia village has a rich history linked to the Cherokee Indians and Indian burial mounds as well as early settlers who arrived to mine for gold and cut virgin timber for a thriving lumber industry in the early 1900's.
Now celebrating its thirty-fifth year as a mountain community with a touch of Bavaria, Helen boasts a wide array of attractions. The area has more than 200 specialty and import shops offer . . .
A destination in itself, The Crab Shack is the original of crab shacks. The four acres were first used for locals to park their boats in the water and grab some necessities. Now this space is home to many animals and the restaurant which seats over 600 guests. Great food, outstanding ambiance and giant proportions are just some of what awaits you on your next trip to Georgia.
Dine on the deck under the large canopy of several trees and have a view right to the water. The Crab Shack offers a variety of seafood but they are most well known for their sample platters of low country boil seafood. . .