This highest place in Georgia allows you to look out toward four states from the 360 view from the observation deck across the Chattahoochee – Oconee National Forest to Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Take the half-mile trail up from the parking lot at Brasstown Bald or catch the bus, but the views at 4,784 feet of the Chattahoochee – Oconee National Forest are well worth the trek either way. Here are the details you need for the best day trip from the Atlanta area.
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens has something for everyone. With the tropical conservatory, formal garden, international garden, native garden, and food garden, there are favorites to explore no matter the type of garden you love, and hikers will find miles of forest trails. If you have your kids in tow, plan to stay for hours in the amazing wooded play area. Associated with the University of Georgia, this ever-changing experience is a lovely place to visit over and over again.
With thirty acres of outdoor gardens to explore, the beautiful oasis of the Atlanta Botanical Garden is one of my family’s favorite destinations in the heart of midtown Atlanta. Towering trees cover the Canopy Walk, children giggle through the Children’s Garden, and the orchids never fail to impress in the Fuqua Conservatory. With these tips, know what to expect and make your trip even better!
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