Family & Pets
Every fall season, Dawson County, Georgia, celebrates its car racing and moonshine heritage during its free, family-friendly Mountain Moonshine Festival. Attendees enjoy live entertainment, food, car shows and moonshine tastings. Every family member is bound to have a great time.
For those families that would like to experience ghouls, goblins, monsters or zombies this Halloween season, the Atlanta area has several haunted-house attractions that are guaranteed to freak you out!
Apple season begins in September and north Georgia is home to several apple orchards. This fall, pack up your family and travel north for a fun day of apple picking.
Every couple knows it’s important to take time away from the kids and get back to the basics with a little one-on-one, but finding the time is rarely easy. Stay right in town a world away at Atlanta’s best places for rekindling the romance. From botanical gardens to the best dining the city has to offer, revive that relationship with TLC options perfect for any couple.
Whether your family wants fun in the sun or to beat the heat altogether, there are plenty of family activities to enjoy in Atlanta before school is back in session. If your goal is to learn, engage in an outdoor activity or simply have a great time with your loved ones, there is something for everyone with five fun, budget-friendly playtime options to explore before school starts.
When back-to-school time rolls around after three months of unstructured summer days, it can be stressful for parents and kids alike.
For families looking to have a fun, safe and memorable Halloween season without traditional trick-or-treating, Atlanta has several options.
Playdates are as essential to summer as sunscreen and swimming. A scheduled play date lets kids go about the business of being kids without the structured schedules of sports and planned activities. In Atlanta, there are plenty of spots to hold a play date, but the best spots for summer playdates beat them all for all-day fun every day.
From splashing around in Lake Lanier’s water park and Centennial Olympic Park’s fountains to attending an old-fashioned small town celebration, there’s something for everyone this 4th of July. Atlanta celebrates the 4th of July every year in a big way. In fact, Atlanta has some of the very best fireworks displays in the Southeast. Wherever you choose to celebrate the day, be sure to get there early to find a parking place and a good viewing spot to set up your blanket or chairs. In addition, plan on spending some time in traffic once the fireworks are over. It’s all worth it at the best places to watch 4th of July fireworks in Atlanta.
Atlanta offers great resources to keep your cuddly canine healthy and happy.