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Entry to Exploration: Join the Junior Ranger Program

The Junior Ranger program provides an entryway into the wonders of the park system and the outdoors. At any time of year, kids can pick up a Junior Ranger booklet from various sites within the AMNHA and complete a series of activities to earn their badge. Are you ready to take the pledge? Completing the […]

Bring Out Your Inner Kid with Kids to Parks Day!

Join a national day of outdoor play on May 18th! Organized by the National Park Trust, Kids to Parks Day is a celebration of the connections to parks and the outdoors that can impact a childhood and inspire a lifelong love of nature. Are you ready to play? This year, the Arabia Mountain National Heritage […]

What Do You Think? Visitors Tell Us About the AMNHA

What Do You Think? Visitors Tell Us About the AMNHA We love it when people come to the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area and share their experiences with us. Here are a few things people has sent us through social media, Google and our website!   “Wonderful place to hike, hike, walk your dog, and […]

Discover Geocaching at the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area

As summer is coming up, we’re all looking for more ways to get outside and enjoy the AMNHA. One of those ways Geocaching uses satellite data to help you find treasure troves – “geocaches” – located in designated spots. Geocaches can be hidden almost anywhere, from beneath a pile of rocks to the remains of a […]

Step into Monadnock Madness Your Own Way: Try Out Hike As You Like!

Monadnock Madness – our annual celebration of Georgia’s granite giants, Arabia, Panola and Stone Mountains – is in full swing. Continuing throughout the month of March, Monadnock Madness encompasses over 40 different events at all three mountains. One of our favorite parts of these annual festivities is the Triple Hike Challenge. During the Challenge, hikers […]