Georgia Attractions

Georgia Tourist Attractions

The Rock Ranch, Georgia

The Rock Ranch is a 1250 acre operational livestock farm possessed by S. Truett Cathy, initiator of Chick-fil-A. The farm is committed to offer a decent family amusement in a rural background. It provides activities, by proviso, that take in syllabus based instructive field tours, provided business activities and encampment in the Conestoga lorry encampment ground. The civic activities taken in are Celebrate America in June and Fall Family Fun Days; a sequence of activities based on themes on Saturdays right from September to November. Such days take in the fine arts and crafts fiesta, bluegrass carnival, Christian music performance, hot air balloon race, and a lot more.

Peach State Summer Theatre (PSST), Georgia

Peach State Summer Theatre (PSST) is a specialized summer stage situated in the university grounds of Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia.
Peach State Summer Theatre provides excellent musical stage in a warm 220 seat theatre.

Peach State Summer Theatre
Peach State Summer Theatre Location(s) Valdosta
Peach State Summer Theatre Foundation 1990
Peach State Summer Theatre Founded by Valdosta State University Theatre
Peach State Summer Theatre Date(s) 1990-present
Peach State Summer Theatre Type of Play(s) Musical

Little Ocmulgee State Park and Lodge, Georgia

Situated close to Highway 441 in South Georgia, this field has an extensive assortment of facilities. Golfers can measure their talents by playing on the 18 hole Wallace Adams Course, lots of economy packages being available. Thos who love boating will take pleasure in the 265-acre pond with bathing shore; even kids can hire pedal boats, engage themselves in the mini golf and take pleasure in the Splash Pad water park for the duration of summer season. The recently modernized cottages put forward the guest rooms made in the fashion of luxurious hotels, having services and an eating place viewing the golf course.

Little Ocmulgee State Park Facilities

  • 60 Lodge Rooms
  • 55 Tent/Trailer / RV Sites
  • 10 Cottages
  • 7 Picnic Shelters
  • 1 Group Shelters
  • Nature Trail
  • Group Camp
  • Pioneer Camping
  • 18 hole golf course and pro shop
  • Amphitheater
  • Restaurant

Georgia Aviation Museum

It is one of the major aviation museums in the USA with the aircraft and missiles counts summing to more than 100. A lot of exhibitions in four all weather edifices and sheds cover aviation activities from World War II to present divisions at Robins Air Force Base. Airplanes consists of fighters, bombers, cargo aircraft, choppers and investigation aircrafts for example the P-40, P-51, P-80, B-25, B-29, B-52, B-1B, C-46, C-47, AC-130, F-100, F-104, F-4D MiG Killer, F-105, U-2 and SR-71 Blackbird.

Georgia Okefenokee Swamp Park

The land of Okefenokee is a noteworthy element of America's legacy and a delightfully conserved section of what was here when America started. Situated in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, the Okefenokee Swamp Park is a suitable junction of entrance and is superb exhibition for this wonderful place. The lily-topped water tracks of the park along with the amazing water reflect the magnificent attractiveness of the park. Boat-sightseeing on unique Indian water channels, backwoods footpaths, Pioneer Island and local animals in their own surroundings, all unite to intertwine an enchantment of foremost local American life. The sightseeing points take in Pioneer Farmhouse, 90-foot Observation Tower, Animals watching regions Walt Kelly Exhibitions, and a lot more.

The Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium is the biggest aquarium of the entire world. It has much more fish and other aquatic life than any other aquarium on the earth. It has five distinctive corridors that take the visitor on aquatic venture enabling him to see the aquatic life on the planet, thereby making sure to offer an excitement which he has never experienced before. The Georgia Aquarium, in addition, provides a thrilling and fascinating surroundings and settings for singular activities, in its Oceans Ballroom. As it has two big aquatic lives watching windows, visitors can, face to face watch the unusual fish and animals of water of all the regions of the world. The 16,400 square foot ballroom is the Aquarium’s activity centre. It can contentedly seat 1,100 people for banquet or can deal with up to 1,500 for a welcome party.

Georgia Aquarium Date Opened 2005
Georgia Aquarium Location Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Georgia Aquarium Coordinates 33°45′45″N 084°23′38″W
Georgia Aquarium Number of Animals 120,000
Georgia Aquarium Number of Species 500
Georgia Aquarium Memberships AZA
Georgia Aquarium Website

Georgia Clarks Hill Lake

Having 400 miles of seashore positioned in Lincoln County, Georgia invites the visitor to have fun at Georgia's Freshwater Shore. Full with a variety of fresh water fish and other water animals, the lake draws a range of bass contests that provides involvement of the audiences in addition to the professionals. Lots of supervised wildlife regions in the region of the lake provides perfect and untouched grounds for hunting, mountaineering, or just being close to natural environment. Apart from fishing, a lot of persons take pleasure in unwinding on the beach, lying under the sun or go for a dip, boating and surfing. The lots of grass fields in the region of the lake formulate it as the perfect region for a family excursion or for a peaceful holiday.

Dalton Georgia

By visiting Dalton, the visitor experiences the past and innate loveliness of Dalton, the Carpet Hub of the World.  There are lots of places of interests in Dalton with the presence of its rich Civil War and Cherokee legacy.  Just 5 miles north is the significant Western and Atlantic Railway Passageway and Legacy Centre, and a drive of just 25 minutes will take the tourist to the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.  The close by Cherokee locations of New Echota and the Chief Vann House are a few of the most excellently conserved Indian places in the regions.  Dalton’s delightful and amiable town, with lots of exceptional shopping and feasting options is a must for a day of shopping and dinner.  Also, with adequate number of hotels, lodges and guesthouses, lodging in Dalton will never be a problem for a tourist.

Dalton, Georgia
Nickname(s): Carpet Capital of the World, Carpet City, Carpet Town .
Coordinates: 34°46′16″N 84°58′18″W
Dalton, Georgia Country United States
Dalton, Georgia State Georgia
Dalton, Georgia County Whitfield
Dalton, Georgia Area
 - Total 19.8 sq mi (51.3 km2)
 - Land 19.8 sq mi (51.3 km2)
 - Water 0 sq mi (0 km2)
Dalton, Georgia Elevation 761 ft (232 m)
Dalton, Georgia Population (2006)
 - Total 33,648
 - Density 1,668.9/sq mi (644.1/km2)
Dalton, Georgia Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 - Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
Dalton, Georgia ZIP Codes 30719-30722
Dalton, Georgia Area Code(s) 706
Dalton, Georgia FIPS Code 13-21380
GNIS feature ID 0355424

Dalton, Georgia Climate

Climate data for Dalton GA
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °F (°C) 42.1
Average low °F (°C) 27
Precipitation inches (mm) 4.496

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