The Heritage Area is a pretty fascinating place and we’re pleased that others think so too. Here we’ll share the most recent stories published about events, activities and general interest.
One day couldn’t contain our excitement so we’re throwing a month-long celebration! Check out the events below to join in on the fun! June Events Date Event Time/Location Details Every Sunday6/1/14 – 6/29/14 Healthy Hike 8am: Davidson Arabia Mt. Nature Preserve Discover the hidden paths and secret jewels of the Preserve with Ranger Robby. Cost: […]
Saturday, June 14th An exciting day of family-friendly activities along the Arabia Mountain PATH (AMP) from the Monastery of the Holy Spirit, to South Rockdale Community Park, and the City of Lithonia. At each Rockdale trailhead, kids can play a fun scavenger hunt and throughout the day everyone can play Trail Treasures to earn a one of a […]
Just 20 minutes from Atlanta a stunning 30-mile PATH hike/bike trail system has just been completed! Come discover it for yourself during our month-long celebration! We’ve got free bike rentals, archery, wellness classes and more!
Fresh air, amazing landscapes, and cool shady spots abound in the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area. No wonder the AJC named it the best place in metro Atlanta to picnic in nature! They recommended visiting the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve and Panola Mountain State Park to find the perfect place to relax and enjoy some […]
Finding a new home for an endangered plant species isn’t easy. Especially when that tiny plant prefers to live in a cozy pool on a granite monadnock. In early December, Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve began an excavation to create new granite pool habitats for two critically imperiled plant species: the federally threatened pool sprite (Amphianthus […]
Curves ahead! New PATH features a serpentine bridge, plenty of hills, and gorgeous views. For several years, the Arabia Mountain/South River/Rockdale River PATH Trail system has terminated at the beautiful Alexander Lake Trailhead in Panola Mountain State Park. Those who regularly ride this trail have enjoyed the scenery, restrooms, and other amenities associated with one […]
A shard of pottery or a rusted nail – to some it may be junk but to an archaeologist, it’s a treasure that might yield clues about people long gone. To hunt for these tidbits, The Alliance and The Georgia Historic Preservation Division hosted dozens of volunteers during public archaeology days. The historic Lyon Farm, DeKalb […]