People love festivals for various reasons. Some people go for the crafts, others for the music. Some people like the livestock shows and others for the carnival… Read more “15 Georgia Festivals that Give Back in 2018”
“Secluded” is a relative term, my idea of seclusion and yours may differ. So let me be clear: these sites are in Georgia State Parks not the… Read more “15 “Secluded” walk-in campsites in GA State Parks”
Want to try something different? How about primitive camping? What does that mean? Well for starters it means you are not in a KOA, State, or Federal… Read more “10 Georgia Primitive Campsites (not in a State Park)”
So I hear it all the time, “I don’t like camping,” “there’s dirt,” “I don’t want to sleep on the ground,” and “eww bugs!” Ok, I get… Read more “Yurt Camping at Tugaloo State Park”
So let’s discuss Krog Street tunnel. If you want to know what is going down in Atlanta, this is the place to go, even Creative Loafing dubbed it… Read more “Krog Street Tunnel”
Did you know there is a waterfall that lies hidden in the woods of Toccoa?
Looking for amazing things to see, do and eat in Georgia. I use this map when we are out and about to see what there is to… Read more “Georiga Interactive Sightseeing Map”
The chances are that if you have children who are under five years old you are either: On a budget You don’t want to blow a lot… Read more “30 things to do in Atlanta with Children under 5”
The best thing ever is to tell the kiddies all about Jason Voorhees right before bedtime so that they scream and cry for hours.
In Woodbury, GA there is an old covered bridge spanning Red Oak Creek. Built in 1840, by a freed slave, this bridge has a lot of history… Read more “The King of Bridges”