Best Road Trip Stops in Georgia
The whole point of going on a road trip is to explore and be able to see many parts of the country/world that you would miss out on flying on a plane. But sometimes you wonder, what are those amazing places and things that we should see? Well if you’re planning a road trip that’s going to or through Georgia then buckle up and read on for the best road trip stops in this state.
If you want to explore the big city while in Georgia, then Atlanda is a must. Not only is it home to a ton of TV and movie filming, but there is a lot to do. There are a number of museums, restaurants, bars, landmarks, unique attractions, and more. There is also a fair amount of park and trails for various outdoor activities. You could even catch a sports game while you’re there as there are plenty of sports teams residing in Atlanta.
Cloudland Canyon State Park
Cloudland Canyon State Park is in northwest Georgia and is one of the most scenic parks in the state. It is known for Sitton Gulch Creek which is a deep gorge cut into the mountain. There are tons of areas to hike, walk, bike, and horseback ride throughout the park so it’s perfect for those who are looking to do some outdoor activities on their road trip. There’s also disc golf, picnicking, geocaching, and fishing.
Helen, Georgia is a mountain town known for its vineyards and Bavarian-Style buildings. Not only is it a cute and charming town to explore but there are also tons of campsites nearby. It’s a great place to stop and stay at or camp near. It may be a small town but there is a lot to do. There are plenty of places for dining and shopping. You also will not be disappointed with the outdoor recreation. There is Georia-Unicoi State Park, Anna Ruby Falls, Alpine mini golf village, horseback riding, Cool River tubing, Helen Water Park, Dukes Creek Mines, and more.
You really can’t go to Georgia without stopping by historical Savannah. Savannah is a coastal city separated from South Carolina by the Savannah River. Just like Atlanta, there is tons to do in Savannah. There is a huge variety of amazing Georgia restaurants and plenty of places to shop. Savannah also has a lot of different tours, historic sites, museums, nightlife entertainment, boating, dog friendly places, and much more. You won’t want to miss it.