Atlanta Metro / Lithonia

Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area

3350 Klondike Rd.
Lithonia, GA 30038

404-998-8384 | 404-998-8384

Explore a land that has taken 400 million years to form. The Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area lies just east of Atlanta along I-20. Dominated by two granite outcrops, it offers natural wonders, compelling history and heart-pumping activity. 

Bike along the 30+ mile, paved Arabia Mountian PATH (AMP), and see stunning vistas and historic landmarks. Hikers can discover rare plants and fascinating geology at The Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve and Panola Mountain State Park, a National Natural Landmark. Hike above the trees and see the city of Atlanta in the distance.

Visit the Flat Rock Archives, and see how a group of slaves formed a community that thrived through enslavement, emancipation and segregation. At the Monastery of the Holy Spirit, meet a society of Trappist monks who moved to Georgia during a war and built a place of peace. 

You may pick up a brochure about the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area at the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve at 3787 Klondike Rd, in Lithonia, Georgia.

Info & Amenities

  • Hours of Operation

    Sunday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
    Monday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
    Tuesday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
    Wednesday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
    Thursday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
    Friday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
    Saturday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM


    Archery, Nature Trails

    Facility Amenities

    Equipment Rentals Available, Gift Shop, Guided Tours / Guide Available, Maps & Brochures Available, Picnic Area, Picnic Shelter, Public Restrooms, Self-guided Tours

    General Information

    Family-friendly, Handicapped Accessible (Limited)

    Near Interstate Highway



    Bicycle, Canoe / Kayak, Paddleboat

    Special Tags


    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages


  • Atlanta Boy Choir

    Atlanta Boy Choir

    12/12/2015 - 12/12/2015

    The Atlanta Boy Choir's annual concert in the Abbey Church of the Monastery of the Holy Spirit is a tradition many count on to help them prepare for the coming of Christmas. Since the setting is both festive and sacred, the words of the hymns and carols sung here seem more wondrous and often resonate in a way far deeper than is possible in another place. The voices fill the arched sanctuary with a joyous sound where it was meant to be heard anticipating the birth of the Savior.

    The con... read more