Situated in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia, Anna Ruby Falls is a breathtaking sight to behold. Two creeks have created the drops from which the waterfalls cascades and those who make the short hike to the falls will be delighted that they did. One of the falls has a drop of around 50 feet while the other is in excess of 150 feet but both are stunning and picturesque. The trail to the decks from which to view the falls is around half a mile from the parking area, so you don’t have a very long walk ahead of you. Of course, if you enjoy hiking there are other trails that you can enjoy as part of your day here such as the Lion’s Eye Trail.
If you are visiting some friends and relatives in Georgia, why not invite them to a relaxing day of golfing at the Sea Island Golf Course? This award-winning golf course has played host to some of the biggest golfing tournaments in the country, which is why, if you are a huge golf enthusiast, this is one place that you should not dare miss.
Filled with natural beauty and resources as well as recreational opportunities, Chattahoochee Oconee National Forests span close to 870 acres running through multiple counties. There is an abundance of greenery to take in as well as crystal clear waters and woodland. If you are looking for outdoor recreation you will have plenty to choose from when you head here, including picnicking, camping, and hundreds of miles of hiking trails. This is a great way to immerse yourself in stunning surroundings and enjoy being out in the fresh air with the chance to explore and enjoy all that nature has to offer.
You can walk in the footsteps of a civil rights icon at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. The historic site includes several of Dr. King’s most beloved locations, including his childhood home and church. It also includes several influential locations from the civil rights movement. You can walk through the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame, where many civil rights leaders fought their most important cultural battles. At the King Center, you can learn about Dr. King’s life and even pay your respects at Dr. and Mrs. King’s Tomb.
No two trips are the same to Atlanta Botanical Garden. It’s had more than 50 updates since opening in 1976. The garden includes over 30 acres of exhibits showcasing some of the most beautiful plants from around the world. You can meander through displays at the tropical rotunda, desert house, orchid display house, high elevation house and more. In addition to a renowned plant collection, the Atlanta Botanical Garden plays host to myriad events throughout the year. The Garden Lights, Holiday Nights display is a crowd favorite. It’s a display of one million LED lights scattered throughout the grounds during the holidays. A visit to the garden is informative and educational and will inspire you to start a small garden of your own in your home.