Looking for adventure, maybe a lazy beach vacation or a picturesque mountain getaway? Perhaps an cosmopolitan city trip or exploring a small southern town. No matter what type of summer vacation you are looking for, Georgia has it. Here’s a perfect guide to the best Georgia has to offer.
Get Wet and Wild in Georgia
30+ Cool Splash Pads Near Atlanta. Stay cool in the Atlanta heat.
The Best Waterfalls in Georgia You Just Have to See. Dip your towns in some cool mountain streams.
The Best Water Parks in Georgia. Grab your bathing suit and head to the lazy river.
Lake Sinclair in Milledgeville. This casual lake less than two hours from Atlanta has lots to do on AND off the water.
Lake Blue Ridge. See your toes in this clear lake in the North Georgia Mountains.
Atlanta Music Festivals. Great ones here in Summer!
Carters Lake, Ellijay. Carters Lake has 62 miles of shoreline and no private docks or development along the edge. There is no pretentiousness here, the star is the breathtaking environment, left pretty much the way it was intended.
Red Top Mountain State Park on Lake Allatoona. This state park has 20 brand new cabins that overlook Lake Allatoona! Stay a week, and rent a boat from the nearby marina to enjoy all the lake fun it offers.
Kayaking in Georgia: 23+ Unbeatable Spots for Paddlers to Launch. Find all the best kayaking spots across this great state — from beginning paddles, to advanced whitewater rapids.
Summer Events We Love
Theme Park Fun
Stunning Small Towns in Georgia (and what to do there)
Wickedly Delicious Rock House Creamery (& Dairy Farm Tour)
Stone Mountain Park (Laser Show, Camping)