Each of these five northeast Georgia state parks has a unique feature, lots of outdoor recreation, and more than a few reasons to spend some time in a campground, cabin, or lodge.
Toccoa Falls is the tallest free falling waterfall on the east coast, located on the campus of Toccoa Falls College, just outside the town of Toccoa, Georgia.
It was the most terrifying road I'd ever driven, but once I reached the summit of Bell Mountain in Georgia it was also one of the most spectacular views I'd ever seen.
Gorgeous mountain top views, charming little towns, and waterfalls around every bend in the road made Northeast Georgia an exciting and beautiful place to spend a little bit of time.
Helton Creek Falls has the benefits of being an easy 0.6-mile hike to view two waterfalls deep in the north Georgia mountains for lots of family fun and outdoor adventure.
It started out with a summer thunderstorm. But soon the rain passed and I was left with a short hike to a gorgeous waterfall and my most comfortable night camping in Georgia.
While the majority of Moccasin Creek State Park is on the lakefront, just across the road is a hidden waterfall along an easy trail through a gorgeous forest.
On my first morning in Chattanooga I just couldn’t sleep in. I left my hotel before sunrise. The air outside was cool and crisp. In fact it was downright chilly. I wanted to go someplace I could watch the sunrise but I didn’t want to hike far from my car. I really wasn’t sure where […]
Straddling the border of Tennessee and Georgia just outside Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain has five ways to spend an exciting, adventure-filled day of fun on a mountain top.