Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s number-one attraction and home to the largest exposed piece of granite in the world. Explore the Park’s 3,200 acres of pristine forests and manicured landscapes that offer a variety of recreational activities including golf, hiking, boating and picnicking. Discover family-fun attractions including Sky Hike™, the nation’s largest family adventure course and the world’s longest running lasershow.
Begin your adventure in the treetops. Sky Hike™ is the country’s largest family adventure course — a quarter-mile of suspended bridges, ropes and climbing nets. Choose your comfort level, up to four stories in the air. Please note that for your safety, closed-toe shoes are required for Sky Hike™.
“Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s number-one attraction and home to the largest exposed piece of granite in the world.”
Also within Sky Hike™ is Camp Highland Outpost, which includes a low ropes course (great for the little ones), zip lines and rock walls. For indoor excitement, the Great Barn offers trampoline floors, interactive games and super slides. And don’t forget to Ride the Ducks.™ This amphibious vehicle takes your family from land to lake and back again.
If you’re looking for a way to cool off, Stone Mountain Park’s newest attraction, Geyser Towers is perfect for a hot sunny day. With its sporadic eruptions and multiple offshoots, you can play in the spray or stay high and dry. The options, and the fun, are all yours.
For a great view of Stone Mountain’s Memorial Carving (which is more massive than Mount Rushmore), hop aboard the Summit Skyride.
This Swiss cable car whisks you to the top of the mountain, for an unprecedented view of the Atlanta skyline. When your feet are back on terra firma, Journey to the Center of the Earth offers a spectacular 20-minute 4D experience and Adventure Golf offers mini-golf with maximum fun. From late December to early March, Stone Mountain transforms into Snow Mountain, a one-of-a-kind winter wonderland. And of course, you can’t miss the Lasershow Spectacular. This Atlanta tradition brings the carving to life through lights, music and fireworks.
There’s always something happening at Stone Mountain Park. Spring at Stone Mountain Park is as colorful as the season. Summer at the Rock offers amazing ways to enjoy your not-so-lazy days. During fall, you’ll find family-friendly events that breathe fresh air into your weekends. And winter? Stone Mountain is where the warmest memories are made. Don’t miss the snow angel flying high above the twinkling lights during Stone Mountain Christmas — the biggest holiday celebration this side of the North Pole.
Come play, stay and getaway. Stone Mountain Park offers a terrific selection of lodging, right on the property. Including two Marriott hotels — the Evergreen Resort, featuring indoor and outdoor pools, two championship golf courses, two restaurants and the area’s most restorative spa. The Stone Mountain Inn offers oversized guest rooms with private verandas overlooking the courtyard pool and a buffet-style restaurant. For a date with Mother Nature, sleep under the stars at Stone Mountain Campground, rated #1 by Woodall’s. As Georgia’s largest campground, you’ll find the ideal spot for both tents and RVs.
All this and more is waiting for you just a stone’s throw from downtown Atlanta. At Stone Mountain Park the family fun never ends! Attraction hours vary by season, so be sure to check out their online Park Calendar.
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Information: Call 1-800-317-2006 or visit www.StoneMountainPark.com
Directions: Stone Mountain Park is located off U.S. Highway 78, just 16 miles east of downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Take exit 39B off I-285 and go east on Highway 78 to exit 8, the Stone Mountain Park main entrance.
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