Georgia's Top 5 Family-Friendly Adventures


Explore Georgia

Take family time into the wild.

Most families are juggling multiple schedules that seem to never tire. School, sports, friends ... the list goes on. It can be tough to get the family together for a day of quality time without being interrupted by something. Well, we’ve got a solution for you: pack up the car, get out of town, and spend the day outside. There’s nothing like a few hours on the trail or a night around the campfire to bring a family closer together. So next time you’re trying to rally the crew for some quality time, consider trying out one of these adventures.

1. Hike and Camp the Big Poplar Loop, F.D.Roosevelt SP

Photo: Jess Curren

2. Paddle Lake Burton

Photo: Christian Murillo

3. Explore Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island

Photo: Cameron Cech

4. Stargaze at Deerlick Astronomy Village

Photo: Cameron Cech

5. Hike and Swim at High Falls State Park

Photo: Kelley Le

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Cover photo: Jess Curren

Published: July 11, 2017

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