Rabun County

Make plans for summer fun! Plan a day or weekend trip to one of these great family destinations.

Rabun County

If you’re looking for fabulous family adventures filled with fun, fresh air and sunshine, Rabun County, just a short trip away, is Atlanta’s backyard playground for family adventures of all kinds. These North Georgia mountains are home to thrilling outdoor activities like hiking, biking, rafting, zip-lining, horseback riding, fishing and camping as well as cultural exploration, agritourism, hands-on history and environmental experiences. At the end of the day, your kids will be a little dirty, plenty tired and a whole lot of happy! There’s something for everyone in Rabun County. Visit explorerabun.com to start your adventure today.

White County

Treat the Family to a visit in North Georgia’s White County, including Alpine Helen and the villages of Sautee-Nacoochee and Cleveland, conveniently located just 90 minutes north of Atlanta. Georgia’s official Outdoor Adventure Destination also offers abundant shopping, history museums, performances, hand crafted arts and wonderful events throughout the year. White County offers a great escape for the entire family no matter the age. Stay at the newly renovated Unicoi State Park and Adventure Lodge. Make sure you tempt your taste buds at one of 25 downtown dining destinations, including bakeries and candy kitchens, while in town.

Calhoun-Gordon County

Escape to Calhoun-Gordon County’s scenic hills for a summer packed with adventure! Discover Copper Creek Farm’s sunflower fields and The Rock Garden’s whimsical charm. Explore Cherokee history at New Echota State Historic Site or enjoy cultural exhibits at the Harris Arts Center. Beat the summer heat at the Splash Pad, or watch your little ones unleash their energy at one of Northwest Georgia’s largest playgrounds. There’s endless fun for everyone in Calhoun-Gordon County.

Villa Rica

Golden opportunities abound in Villa Rica, where actual gold was discovered in the 1820s. Today, visitors can hike, take a scenic train ride, see historic ruins and even pan for gold at the Pine Mountain Gold Museum Park. Enjoy concerts at the MILL Amphitheater and explore historic downtown, where both the father of gospel music and the Coca-Cola dynasty were born. There’s something for everyone, from local eateries and libations to quaint and quirky shops.

Museum of Aviation

The Museum of Aviation, located just north of Macon, is the second largest museum in the United States Air Force. Offering free admission, the Museum of Aviation houses more than 85 historic U.S. Air Force aircraft, missiles, cockpits and award-winning exhibits.

Recent Posts