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- Best Places To Learn About Atlanta History Atlanta's rich history and culture are always interesting to discover. Those who are interested in a first-hand view of places which not only educate but also radiate should check these marvelous places out.
- Georgia Skydiving Advice For Beginners (And Where To Go) If you're looking for a truly different adventure this summer, consider skydiving. There are plenty of options for beginners right here in Georgia.
- Adventure Guide: Where To Kayak & Canoe Near Atlanta If you're looking to get out of Atlanta this summer and you aren't afraid to get a little wet, consider a kayaking or canoeing trip.
- Car Camping In Georgia: What To Bring & Where To Go The great thing about car camping is that you can bring a lot more supplies and comforts of home with you.
- Ultimate Date Night: The Starlight Drive-In Theatre If you're sick of the bar scene and you want a more old-fashioned date night experience, consider going to the drive-in theater.
- Get Pedaling: Georgia's Greatest Mountain Bike Trails One of the best things about living in Georgia is getting out and enjoying nature. If you like biking outside of cities, there are some truly spectacular options.
- Georgia Dome Summer Tailgating Tips Tailgating isn't just for football games anymore. You can meet up with your friends before any event at the Georgia Dome.
- Guide To Pine Mountain Park's Drive-Thru Wild Animal Safari 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.
- Under-The-Radar National Parks Vacationers might be interested in visiting one of these under-the-radar national parks to get away from the large crowds and heavy traffic in the most popular parks, like Yosemite, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon.
- Georgia's Top Off-Roading Trails (Maps Included) 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.