If your kids love animals, you may want to head out to the Wild Animal Safari in Pine Mountain, Georgia. This drive-thru park allows you to get up close and personal with exotic creatures of all shapes and sizes.
While the first official day of summer 2014 doesn’t occur until June 21, the season gets underway a little earlier with the advent of Memorial Day on May 26. Some of Atlanta’s most beloved destinations and attractions will play host to a slew of activities throughout the three-day Memorial weekend.
Don’t forget to show Grandma some love on Mother’s Day this year. Here are some great activities and crafts to show Grandma just how much you care.
For you and your dog’s health and happiness, life involves exercise and there is no better way to bring happiness to your dog’s life than with a walk. Visit one of these best parks to walk your dog in Atlanta.
There is plenty to do in town in Atlanta during the warmer months, but sometimes you just need a break from it all. There’s no better way to get down and dirty with nature than by going off-roading.
If you haven’t visited Stone Mountain in some time, it’s worth giving it a second glance. There are lots of new activities and events suitable for people of all ages.
Atlanta parents in search of something “eggstraordinary” to do with the kids this Easter should hop on over to one or more of the awesome events they find on this must-do list for spring 2014.
So you love animals, but you’re just not sure where to go to help out in Atlanta. Check out these great volunteer opportunities.
Simon & Schuster author Linda Geddes explores and debunks common baby and pregnancy myths here.
Atlanta families will be doing a jig this St. Patrick’s Day, thanks to the wide variety of Irish-themed events and activities thoughtfully designed for the enjoyment of kids of all ages.
We have brainstormed the best winter activities to keep you entertained.
Looking for some great Halloween costume ideas? Browse our costume collection and find a scary, cute or funny costume that fits you!