Throw on a scarf and bundle up your kiddos, it’s time for a Christmas adventure as you celebrate 12 days of Christmas around Atlanta!
Articles filled with information to help you explore Georgia with kids. Things to do, where to go, where to stay, & more!
Here are the five best places to view fall colors in kid-friendly Georgia. It’s that time of year again, when Mother Nature puts on her best show. The mount
Atlanta, GA, the “capital of the south” hosts over 16.5 million visitors a year. The myriad of things to do in Atlanta with kids are incredibly popular with locals and …
What is there to do in Georgia with kids? Whatever your family’s flavor of fun, it is bound to be found among the peanuts, peaches, and charm of The South. …
Visiting Atlanta doesn’t have to be expensive. A multitude of adventures await those who want to keep their wallet tucked away. The following is a list of our family favorites in the city-proper, the metro area, and beyond.
Southeast Mountain Towns, including Greenville, Bryson City, Gatlinburg, and Blue Ridge, come alive in the spring. Read why you should visit with your crew.
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March by teaching your kids about the Civil Rights Movement
Introducing my kids to the South, my sister (living in Atlanta), loaded up the 6 of us and took off. This is how to road trip Charleston SC to Savannah GA.
To make the most of your weekend in Jekyll Island, there are certain things that I consider must-dos for every family that visits the island.
I can’t believe it was only 12 months ago that our family set a New Year’s resolution to stay at a Georgia State Park every month of 2014.
Atlanta off the beaten path includes the natural beauty of the city with towering trees and landscapes galore. In many places around the city, these outdoor wonders are highlighted by an artistic, human touch. Here is a collection of our family favorites where nature and art collide into a synergy that can’t be missed.
My resolution this year: I want the kids to play outside more often. I sincerely believe that the best way to get your kids outside is to be the example. In light of that resolution, my family took the challenge of staying at a Georgia State Park every month of 2014.
Need a weekend itinerary from Atlanta or Nashville? Check out Blue Ridge, Georgia! (And read on for your chance to win a $500 gift card from Shell!)