Monthly Archives: April 2016

Helen, Georgia: The Perfect Getaway for Adventure

Helen, Georgia is a very small city — its population isn’t even the thousands. It is far from the hustle and bustle of Atlanta or even the college town of Athens. But this small city in the northeast part of the state still has a lot to offer. Nestled along the Chattahoochee River, Helen is the perfect getaway for outdoor escapades. To prove it, we’ve compiled a list of things to do in Helen Georgia:

Chattahoochee River Attractions

Cool River Adventures Zipline & Aerial Park

Want to fly across the Chattahoochee River? This ziplining course is for you then! The park opened in 2013 and has become a main attraction destination for many families. Continue reading “Helen, Georgia: The Perfect Getaway for Adventure” »

Experience the Sights of Hocking Hills State Park

The 9,238 unspoiled acres of Hocking State Forest surround Hocking Hills State Park in Hocking Hills, Ohio. Boasting a picturesque and romantic wilderness it displays enormous jutting sandstone formations, cool deep canyons, lofty hemlocks, and shimmering waterfalls. It includes wooded gorges and ridge tops housing an abundance of wildlife such as the barred owl, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and the short-tailed bobcat. The luxuriant undergrowth lavishes profusely with ferns, bushes, and wildflowers. Many of the wildflowers are rare and some of Ohio’s most unusual flora. Lichen and moss cling to rock faces. Continue reading “Experience the Sights of Hocking Hills State Park” »

Have an Outdoor Vacation in Deer Isle, Maine

Deer Isle, Maine is a perfect location for any type of vacation. It has a spot right on the 3000 mile coast line. Maine specializes in being close to the bay where all the fun things are located. Not many places are located in areas that offer hiking, exploring the rocky coastlines, or visiting coves. Keep reading if you are interested in checking out how to have an awesome outdoor vacation in Deer Isle, Maine.

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