Nothing says summertime more than climbing a tree, riding a bike, or just exploring in the woods. We’ve picked out a few outdoor adventures for you and your family to enjoy. We hope you find a favorite to enjoy again and again!
Taking care of your own backyard can be a challenge. Now, imagine if your backyard was the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area. Our volunteers make a great place even better through their tireless dedication. As you read about Tom’s effect on the NHA, you might want to become more involved yourself. Learn more about opportunities here […]
Television and movie productions are flocking to the state of Georgia. They swoon over the state’s steep production tax credit, a deep pool of talented professionals, and an astounding array of breathtaking landscapes and architecture. In 2015 alone, productions generated an economic impact of $6 billion for the state. Increasingly, projects are popping up in the […]
Need a nature fix but can’t get to the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area? Thanks to a partnership between The Conservation Fund (TCF) and Google Trekker, visitors have a new way to enjoy our captivating landscapes complete with 360-degree views. The result is similar to the Street View option in Google Maps, but instead it […]
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Every third Saturday through October!
Enjoy lively discussions about the design and construction process of the historic Abbey Church. If you have an interest in architecture, art, history, landscaping, and stained glass design, the Monastery of the Holy Spirit Architectural Tours will amaze and astound you.
Just 30 minutes east of Atlanta, you can see vernal pools, snorkelwort, and diamorpha at our local monadnocks. In March, you can experience these unique places firsthand through guided hikes and events at Arabia, Panola, and Stone Mountains. Visit all three parks during the month, and you’ll earn a special souvenir that you can wear as a […]
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources began lowering both lakes at Panola Mountain State Park in January to perform inspections of 50-year-old earthen dams. The Upper Lake is expected to be re-filled once repairs can ensure the safety of the dam. Plans for the Lower Lake are contingent on assessment results, according to state park officials. The section of the Arabia Mountain PATH (AMP) that runs over the dam will be closed until the repairs are finished.
We’ve got the perfect way to keep kids busy and entertained, even if they are finishing off sugary holiday treats. Get them out in the fresh air with this new Winter Scavenger Hunt. They’ll learn how the world adapts in winter and see plants that only appear for a few months of the year!