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.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________Geyser Towers – Welcome to the first and only adventure of its kind. Geyser Towers bring an all-new, must-do experience to Stone Mountain Park.
Multiple levels of suspended rope bridges and net tunnels connect you to towering platforms that overlook the gushing geyser. 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.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________Summit Skyride – 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.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________Confederate Memorial Carving – The largest high relief sculpture in the world, the Confederate Memorial Carving, depicts three Confederate heroes of the Civil War, President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson.
These two courses – Stonemont and Lakemont – wind through a forest of Georgia pines and around Stone Mountain Lake. They offer breathtaking views and wonderful, natural rock formations that will make your round of golf truly a memorable one.
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.
Your specially trained captain brings history to life with fascinating facts, funny stories, music and of course, a big splash into Stone Mountain Lake!
The campground features 431 campsites – 202 with full hook-ups (water/electric/sewer) for RV’s; 191 partial hook-ups (water/electric) for tents, pop-ups and RV’s; plus 56 primitive tent sites.
Crossroads provides year ’round shopping, dining and family activities!
Be sure to visit the Farmyard where kids can pet the animals, work with our trainers to learn about animal behavior and come to understand the role of livestock in early Georgia life.
Complete fun tasks to earn lots of points and earn a high score.
The train experience includes exciting tales of real life train adventures as told by conductor Fire Box Floyd. Train-themed music and well known sing-a-longs make the ride fun for all ages.
Camp Highland Outpost is designed and built in partnership with the staff of Camp Highland in Ellijay, GA.
With train-inspired design elements that seamlessly blend with the architecture of Crossroads and the natural beauty of Stone Mountain the Great Locomotive Chase Adventure Golf hits a hole in one!
Discovering Stone Mountain Museum features artifacts and stories that span 12,000 years, from ancient civilizations that lived on the mountain to the present-day park.
This original film follows Yogi and Boo Boo during zany adventures to try to snatch picnic baskets from unsuspecting park guests.
The fun begins early in the day. Be sure to make a day of it and come out early to experience all that this special event has to offer.
Any age can ride as long as there is someone at least 12 years old on board (infant vests are available).
The trail is open daily from dawn to dusk, unless otherwise posted.
The Grist Mill is located on Robert E. Lee Blvd. on the east side of the mountain. Parking is available across the street.
Stone Mountain Village – Dining, Shopping, Theatre, Hiking, Biking and Arts and Crafts!
Stone Mountain Village is full of fun things to do for the entire family. Be sure to check out the new streetscape and new art galleries, restaurants and merchants during your next visit to the Stone Mountain area.
Highlights of Annual Festivals and Events: