Vaughters’ Farm Meadow Loop

Published: Dec 15, 2014   |   Author: Arabia Mountain   |   Category: Field Notes   |   No Comments

Looking for a new hiking trail? Panola Mountain State Park’s newest trail is ready for you! The Vaughters’ Farm Meadow Loop is a 1.25 mile trail which was completed thanks to a generous grant from REI.  This easy unpaved trail is perfect for a quick getaway and offers unbeatable views of the Vaughters’ Barn, rolling hills, and […]

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A Gift For You

Published: Dec 3, 2014   |   Author: Arabia Mountain   |   Category: Field Notes   |   No Comments

Looking for a new hiking trail? Panola Mountain State Park’s newest trail is ready just in time for you to get away from the holiday rush! The Vaughters’ Meadow Trail is a 1.25 mile loop which was completed thanks to a generous grant from REI.  This easy unpaved trail is perfect for a quick getaway […]

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Top Three Fall Adventures

Published: Oct 13, 2014   |   Author: Arabia Mountain   |   Category: Field Notes   |   No Comments

Crisp air and bright red leaves can only mean one thing; fall is finally here!  Come enjoy the season throughout the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area (AMNHA). Whether you’re looking for a quiet place to see the leaves turning, an ambitious bike ride, or a place to get a jump on your holiday shopping we’ve […]

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Come Hang Out With Us!

Published: Aug 20, 2014   |   Author: Arabia Mountain   |   Category: Field Notes   |   No Comments

Located 20 minutes east of Atlanta, the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area (AMNHA) is the perfect spot for a day trip, or as part of an extended vacation. Within our 40,000 acres you can spend the night in a tree, visit with an ancient order of Trappist monks, and explore an ecosystem that has remained unchanged […]

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400 Million-Year-Old Classroom

Published: Aug 1, 2014   |   Author: Arabia Mountain   |   Category: Field Notes   |   No Comments

“There is this spectacular place right out your door. Why wouldn’t you use that to excite students?”  Kathleen Ann Diggs King, Visual Arts Specialist at General Ray Davis Middle, used the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area (AMNHA) and its partner groups to help her students learn about their community’s rich history and to inspire paintings, […]

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The Big One!

Published: Jul 10, 2014   |   Author: Arabia Mountain   |   Category: Field Notes   |   No Comments

Grab your fishing pole and head down to the AMNHA for a fun day of fishing! Our calm waters and forested trails are perfect for a relaxing day outdoors. We’ve got bass, catfish, and bluegill in our waters and the fish are biting.  In order to fish you must have a valid Georgia Fishing License. […]

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The AMP is OPEN!

Published: Jul 10, 2014   |   Author: Arabia Mountain   |   Category: Field Notes   |   No Comments

The full length of the Arabia Mountain PATH (AMP) is officially open! This dedicated, paved trail is over 30 miles long and will take you past lunar like landscapes, through peaceful meadows, and along a sparkling river. The multi-use trail was designed to hug the landscape and each curve beckons you to discover the next surprise around […]

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