Stone Mountain Park, Stone Mountain

4.2
#1 of 94 in Nature in Georgia
A family adventure park, Stone Mountain Park is nestled atop Stone Mountain, a historical spot well known for hosting the largest bas relief sculpture in the world, the Confederate Memorial carving. The park encompasses 1,295 hectares (3,200 acres) of terrain. Overlook active geysers from a tower or navigate trails through suspended treetop paths. Go hiking, fishing, or golfing, or a scenic cable car or train ride. Just don’t forget to pack closed-toe shoes, which are required for some activities. Planning Stone Mountain trip won't be overwheling when you use's Insprock itinerary maker.
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  • Stone Mountain is a good place for a nice hike with views of the surrounding Atlanta, Georgia area. At the top of the mountain you will find a gift shop with food and beverage items and a tram that yo...  more »
  • Take the time to enjoy the park, sit and watch the squirrels, read the historic markers, chat with the amazing old man who hikes the mountain every single day. Beware though: drinks are outrageously, ...  more »
  • Stone Mountain Park has so much to offer, trails, camping, golf, playgrounds, a train ride, even a car museum. My favorite thing to do though is to see the Laser Show during the summer, It is so much ...  more »
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  • We went during the Christmas season to enjoy the snow Mountain attractions. The park is set up for the Christmas holiday with great vendors, snowman building and snow tubing for both the little and adult children to play and have fun. There were thousands of beautiful lights for the children to enjoy once it was dark. There is so much to do from going up to the top for a great view of the area to sitting down to eat. All in all we will return there as much as possible before it closes down. We've been told that the park is closing down most of its historical areas but that some of the park will still be there for walking,hiking and enjoying the great outdoors. I think it's a shame to close the museum and other exhibits but that's just how it is. So I would recommend that you all go now if you want to do and see everything. The snow attractions are only there Nov -February but the park is always there.
  • What a great place to visit. Well maintained and friendly staff. Lots to do and see. It really is beautiful. You can take a ride to the top of Stone Mountain and enjoy the amazing views. There is plenty for the kids to do and good food to eat. A laser light show at night with fire works capped off a great visit. We had a wonderful time.
  • Beautiful park with great views at the top of the mountain, with Atlanta off in the distance. Definitely would suggest you be in good health for the hike, as it is very steep the entire way up. It would be nice if dogs were allowed on the mountain, though somewhat understandable why they are not. Bring a camera! The monument looks smaller than you'd think, though it is very large and still quite impressive. It is also interesting to learn the history of the monument, a video is available in the main help center/gift shop. I visited in mid-late February.
  • Plenty to do here. Hiking the mountain is always a pleasure. Lots of trails to hike on. Great kids playground. Laser show is fun. Ample places to picnic. Beautiful scenery. Lake for fishing. More to do than I can mention here. Check out their website. I like to purchase a season pass so I can go whenever. The Yellow Daisy Festival is a yearly treat as well.
  • Stayed in the yurt cabins I had a little bit of problem with cleanliness when I first got there a hair on the bed and some dust bunnies and dirt in between the hardwood floor which is old style with big gaps so the dirt goes down they really need to be vacuuming the dirt from the hardwood instead of sweeping at any rate they took good care of me despite those problems and apparently they've gotten the highest cleanly standards and campgrounds award or something which most likely was the camping areas but hey things need to be cleaned and they offered to do it we didn't allow them to because we came right at 15 minutes before night checking closed we are also advised that had we come earlier we would have been able to have our amenities taken care of better I think they would have been better if they cleaned it after the last people left but they did take care of us after the fact despite all of that it was a magical experience and I will be coming back I also suggest you check out a yurt if you are considering alternate dwellings. Yes I would still actually come back there again at full price and I'll be happy to pay full price especially if everything was taken care of and right from the start

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