Spring is the perfect season for relaxing retreats on the coast, exploring the beauty of small towns, and taking in the sights and stories in Georgia's captivating cities. Escape doesn't have to be far away.
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You can be on island time in no time at all. Georgia has 100 miles of coast just a quick drive away. With uniquely preserved history paired with wild beauty, Georgia’s coast is the perfect place to spread out and take in the scenery.
North Georgia is home to thousands of acres of state parks and national forest. Within this wooded and mountainous region are miles of trails, hundreds of waterfalls, charming towns, lakes, rivers, and streams. Just make a plan, pack your gear, and get ready to experience the beauty of nature.
In Georgia, you'll find charming small towns tucked into mountainsides, scattered among rolling farmlands, and dotted along the coast. These places are quintessential Georgia, captivating in both their beauty and uniqueness. And, a small town with a small footprint is a great place to duck the crowds and find some space.
With 64 state parks and historic sites and 11 national parks, it’s easy to spread out and find your space in Georgia’s parks. Explore the foothills of the Appalachian Trail, cool off in the waters of Lake Blackshear in south Georgia, or get lost in history at the boyhood home of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Georgia Travel Guide
The state's official Travel Guide is your resource for travel inspiration in Georgia. Find trip ideas, attractions, travel tips, and much more.