May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and research shows that the benefits of getting outdoors and enjoying nature can directly impact our mental health and overall wellbeing. Here are some great ways to get outside at Georgia State Parks and improve your mental health in the process.
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Staying in upcycled accommodations is one of the most creative — and lesser known — ways to reduce your carbon footprint when traveling. Stay in a grain silo, a concrete pipe, or a shipping container, without sacrificing comfort. Here are 21+ of the best, most unique upcycled accommodations for your next trip!
Have you ever wanted to escape from the grind of everyday life? Lock away your phone, connect with your loved ones, and explore nature? Just two hours outside of Nashville, you’ll find the perfect place to do just that at Getaway’s newest location — Getaway Dale Hollow.
Hiking with a goal of reaching amazing views is always a plus — and in this case, the views are out of this world! Here are five amazing hikes in western North Carolina that lead you to picture-perfect places to see the stars in all their glory.
Georgia State Parks has released a new GeoTour for 2021 — with brand new caches hidden at all 45 Georgia State Parks! This is a great introduction for those who may be new to geocaching, but also an awesome new challenge for seasoned cache seekers.
It’s time to start that summer road trip planning, and there’s nothing better than a trip to one of America’s National Parks. Which ones do visitors think are the best of the best? We’ve got a list of the Top 10 most loved for you to check out.
Lace up your hiking boots, and get ready to explore Georgia’s mountainous giants — Monadnock Madness is back!
Join the 52 Hike Challenge and get our free hike log with suggestions specifically for kids based in Atlanta, the Metro and North Georgia.
If you’re visiting Sevierville, we highly recommend making The Ridge Outdoor Resort your home base. RV spots, tiny houses and luxury glamping tents will make you feel welcome.
We love exploring little known treasures. When we found out about Georgia’s TAG Tunnel, we were in the car the next day.