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Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is situated on granite hills covered with conifer and hardwood forests and streams located northwest of downtown Atlanta. The 2,884-acre park preserves a ...

Inman Park was the first planned residential suburb developed in Atlanta. Its promoter, Joel Hurt, was one of the city’s most important early builders. Improvements to the district, such as streets,...

In the heart of Midtown, Atlanta’s most loved park, Piedmont Park has a surprising history unknown to most who enjoy it. It has served as a farm, a World War I encampment, a driving club (and we don...

Chattahoochee Nature Center in a pristine refuge just minutes away from downtown Atlanta that attracts thousands of visitors each year. Located along the beautiful Chattahoochee River, the Nature Ce...

Big Trees Forest is a fitting name for a great place. Nestled in the city of Sandy Springs, Big Tree Forest is the place to go to refresh your spirit and let your kids experience nature in a relaxed...

A place long ago ripped by Civil War now offers the peace and tranquility that city dwellers so desire. Originally inhabited by Native American Indians, it was later on settled by Joel Chandler who b...

This state park was created to protect a 100-acre granite monadnock (mountain) often compared to Stone Mountain near Atlanta. Minimally developed, Panola Mountain shelters rare plants and animals of...

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA) consists of a 48-mile stretch of the Chattahoochee River and 14 land units along its corridor. It begins at Lake Lanier’s Buford Dam, near Buf...

Ocmulgee is a memorial to the antiquity of man in this corner of the North American continent. The National Monument preserves a continuous record of human life in the Southeast from the earliest ti...

Considered the oldest state park in the United States, Indian Springs boasts of 523 acres of beautiful lands and a 105-acre lake that offers a relaxing beach. Visitors may enjoy a vacation on its gr...

Centennial Olympic Park is sometimes called the world’s gathering place since its debut during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Its reopening in 1998 hailed a new venue for great events while remai...

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