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Visiting Georgia gives you the opportunity to choose from our fabulous selection of accommodations, ranging from modern city hotels to rustic mountain retreats. A trip to explore the most popular Georgia attraction, Stone Mountain Park, invites you to find a favorite discount Atlanta hotel, while a Savannah Historic District hotel might be one of the most romantic ever. Spend some time perusing the great prices and wide selection offered – you won’t be disappointed!

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Georgia is a peach to visit! Diverse in every aspect, you will experience country and city, old and new, mountains and ocean. Situated in the southeast corner of the United States, just north of Florida, Georgia has been blessed with a mild year-round climate, so a visit any time of year is doable, and the geographic diversity gives you plenty of options for differing Georgia hotel settings.

The capital, Atlanta, is a huge, modern city with one of the busiest airports (ATL) in the country. Atlanta buzzes with large corporations, major sports and performing arts, yet 15 minutes away you can get back to nature with camping, fishing, golfing, biking and hiking in Stone Mountain Park. Two hours to the north brings you to the Chattahoochee National Forest and Black Rock Mountain State Park for additional outdoor fun.

The coastline is every bit as exciting, and millions of visitors flock to Savannah to discover true southern charm in its incredibly beautiful Historic District. This coastal area is known as Low Country and the African Gullah culture and traditions are celebrated here. Hilton Head and Tybee Islands offer popular tropical destinations just off the coast for lazy beach holidays. Drive a couple hours south of Savannah to find Cumberland Island National Seashore, an unspoiled treasure of natural dunes, marshes and wind-swept beaches.  Second largest city Columbus, with its nearby Fort Benning army training base, is a couple hours southwest of Atlanta, on the state line of Alabama.

A visit to Georgia can be whatever you would like it to be, from a sophisticated exploration of big-city Atlanta to camping in the Blue Ridge Mountains to a trip back to the antebellum South in Savannah. Let’s get planning right now!

Best Georgia Parks

 Cumberland Island National Seashore

 Almost 10,000 pristine, undeveloped acres await your exploration at Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island. Various guided tours are available, or you can rent a bicycle for an up-close view of forests, beaches and marshes; sea turtles nest on these beaches. Tour the burned remains of the Dungeness mansion, the Georgian Revival-style Plum Orchard mansion and the First African Baptist Church where JFK, Jr. was married. Find Discount Hotels near Cumberland Island National Seashore.

Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site

Explore a bit of history while visiting Atlanta. The MLK Site preserves Dr. King’s Birth Home (guided tours offered), and visitors also enjoy touring Ebenezer Baptist Church, The King Center and Fire Station No. 6. Relax and reflect in the lovely, landscaped Peace Plaza’s World Peace Rose Garden. Find Discount Hotels near Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site.

Providence Canyon State Park

Known as “Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon”, you can hike trails along 150 foot deep gullies and backpack in backcountry for a more back-to-nature experience. Picnicking, gazing at the stars and sharpening your photography skills combine for a most relaxing time. During July and August, watch for the blooming Plumleaf Azalea, found only in this region. Find Discount Hotels near Providence Canyon State Park.

Six Flags Over Georgia

Whether you are 32 or 92 inches tall, there is the perfect ride for you at Six Flags. Conquer your fears of heights on Acrophobia and Dave Devil Dive, and satisfy your need for speed on the Georgia Scorcher, Batman and Superman thrillers. Other milder rides are offered, as well as live concerts and shows. Shopping opportunities abound at over twenty shops. Sister park Six Flags White Water is just 13 miles away, where you will find slippery slides, a 700,000 gallon wave pool, a lazy river and an activity pool perfect for kids. Find Discount Hotels near Six Flags over Georgia.

Stone Mountain Park

The Number 1 Attraction in Georgia, over four million annual visitors flock to this piece of heaven outside Atlanta. Ride to the top of the mountain for an unparalleled view of the city, then test your balancing and climbing skills high above the ground on Sky Hike. A 4-D Theater treats families to side-splitting shows and don’t miss the traditional and spectacular Lasershow. Explore the incredible scenery aboard a 5-mile rail adventure, Ride the Ducks and cruise the Lake. All kinds of special festivals are held each season, so it’s always the right time to visit! Find Discount Hotels near Stone Mountain Park.

Tallulah Gorge State Park

Two miles long and 1,000 feet deep, you will be astonished by this Gorge! Get a kick out of the river and waterfall views from an 80 foot high-in-the-sky suspension bridge. The gorge trails are quite strenuous, so you might enjoy bicycling along a 1.7-mile paved path or simply lazing on the beach of a 63 acre lake. Find Discount Hotels near Tallulah Gorge State Park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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