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2013 North Georgia Quarter Midgets Race 2013 Quarter Midget Association Racing at the Cumming Fairgrounds - Quarter Midget Racing is a family sport for children between the ages of 6 - 16 years old. It has all the excitement of a NASCAR race, but young drivers, supported by their families and communities. See information, pictures and a video of this exciting race here.
Sawnee Mountain Preserve
Sawnee Mountain Preserve
- The 5,600-square-foot visitors center features interactive exhibits and a reading and relaxing area. The 720-acre park has hiking trails and areas for rock climbing and rappelling, a 140-seat amphitheater for concerts, storytellers and plays, and more. 2 entrance locations in Cumming, Georgia Video included See web page for info, pictures and a video. Video included
Don Carter State Park This is Georgia's newest state park. Just a few miles north of Gainesville, Georgia, it just opened in July 2013. Located on the scenic shores of Lake Sydney Lanier, this 1,316-acre park has a wide lake swimming area. Enjoy fishing, boating, lake swimming, hiking, biking, picnicking and so much more! Video included See pictures, info and video here. Video included
Unicoi State Park signExperience Unicoi State Park. This is a very popular 1050-acre state park that is nestled in the north Georgia mountains. All year, this park offers outstanding programs focusing on natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy hiking and biking on scenic mountain trails, especially those leading to Helen and Anna Ruby Falls. Video included See pictures, info and video here. Video included
Amicalola Falls Waterfall
Raven Cliff Falls
Enjoy Raven Cliff Falls Unusual Waterfall -
This great waterfall is perhaps one of the most unusual in the North Georgia area because the water flows through a split in the face of a solid rock outcropping to the ground 100 feet below. Click here to see the Raven Cliff Falls waterfall description, pictures and YouTube Video.
Desoto Falls
Visit DeSoto Falls Scenic Waterfalls
- These beautiful falls are along the the DeSoto Falls Trail located in the 650-acre recreation area. They are designated as the lower, middle and upper DeSoto Falls. The lower falls cascades 20 feet, the middle falls about 80 feet, and the upper falls about 200 feet. Click here to see the DeSoto Falls description, pictures, map and YouTube Video.
Amicalola Falls Waterfalls
See Beaufiful Amicalola Falls Waterfalls
- These stunning falls plunge 729 feet in seven cascades. Designated as on of the seven wonders of Georgia, Amicalola is the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi River. Click here to see an Amicalola Falls waterfall description, pictures, map and YouTube Video.
Anna Ruby Falls
Enjoy Magnificent Anna Ruby Falls Waterfalls
- These spectacular double falls are created by the junction of Curtis and York Creeks. Both come off Tray Mountain from underground springs. Curtis Falls drops 153 feet, and York Falls 50 feet. Click here to see an Anna Ruby Falls waterfalls description, pictures, map and YouTube Video.
Duke's Creek FallsExperience Dukes Creek Falls Waterfalls - These stunning falls drop about 150 feet down sheer granite canyon and into Dukes Creek. A well-designed trail switches its way into Dukes Creek Gorge, ending at the base of the falls. Admission and parking are free! Click here to see Dukes Creek Falls waterfalls description, pictures, map and YouTube Video.
Young Deer Creek Park Picnic Area
Georgia Cave
Take an Exciting Georgia Cave Tour
- Take a tour inside a dark and wet Georgia cave. Beware of cave spiders and falling into cave holes. It's an amazing place to visit! Click here to tour the cave.
Cohutta Forest OverlookExperience the Chattahoochee Forest Cohutta Overlook - Cohutta Wilderness has 35,268 acres of forests and majestic mountains in Georgia. This scenic overlook is a sight to behold! You can see north Georgia mountains and forest the full 360 degrees here. Admission and parking are free! See information, pictures and a birdseye view video here.
Fort Mountain State ParkVisit Fort Mountain State Park - Fort Mountain is part of the Cohutta Mountain Range. 'Cohutta' is an English translation of a Cherokee word. It means 'a shad roof supported on poles,' and describes how the mountain seem to support the sky from a distance. See info, pictures and a video that features the Stone Wall, Fire Tower, Mystery at Fort Mountain, Family and group picnic areas, Lake swimming area, Paddle Boats, Minature Golf and more here.
Tallulah Gorge State Park
Explore fascinating Tallulah Gorge State Park
- Tallulah Gorge is 2 miles long and nearly 1,000 feet deep. You can hike rim trails to several overlooks, or you can obtain a free permit to hike down to the gorge floor. Park pictures, info and video of Tallulah Gorge State Park here.
Young Deer Creek Park
Discover Young Deer Creek Park
- This well-maintained scenic park is a wonderful place to visit with family and friends. See wildlife everywhere! Enjoy lovely lakeside picnic tables with grills, bank fishing areas, boat launch with dock, nice playground and more. Pets are welcome. Free admission and parking. See Young Deer Creek Park info, pictures and a video here.
Poole's Mill Covered BridgeVisit Poole's Mill Covered Bridge in Cumming Georgia. This bridge is in a super nice park that has lots of woodland areas, nature trails, terrific playground, cascading falls, creek side picnic tables with grills and so much more. Admission and parking are free! See info and a great video (featuring quad-copter scenes) of this covered bridge and scenic park here
Two Mile Creek Park
Visit Two Mile Creek Park - It has picnic tables, grills, fishing, swimming and boat launch ramp and more. Pets are allowed. Open all year. Parking, admission and even the boat ramp are free. See more info and a terrific video of this beautiful Lake Lanier park.
Stovall Mill Covered BridgeVisit Stovall Mill Covered Bridge in Helen Georgia - This 1895 covered bridge, also known as Sautee-Nacoochee, Helen Bridge and Chickamauga Bridge was built by Wil Pardue. Historic marker, picnic area, Chickamauga Creek and parking available for free at this historic bridge. See Stovall Mill Bridge, Chickamauga Creek and more here.
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