Packed with history, memories and natural history, Stone Mountain is sure to be an experience for visitors. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2001, Stone Mountain Village has the look of a former time and place with the warmth and services of today. Located just outside of the West Gate of Stone Mountain Park, 15 miles east of Atlanta, Stone Mountain Village features more than 50 specialty shops and restaurants fit for a small town and is also home to three charming B&Bs.
Open year-round, Stone Mountain Park, Georgia's most-visited attraction, is a tourist-friendly destination with 3,200 acres of adventure. Explore a number of attractions, such as the Stone Mountain Glass Shop, which lets you witness the artistry of glassblowing. Also, seek adventure when you take on the 15 miles of hiking trails around or the 1-mile walk-up trail to the top of the largest piece of exposed granite in the world.
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Home to Georgia's most-visited attraction, the city of Stone Mountain is full of things to do, places to stay and great restaurants.
Stone Mountain Park, Georgia’s most-visited attraction, offers guests theme-park thrills, a chance to decompress amid its natural beauty and an opportunity to go back in...