Father and child with art at the Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain Park

Guide to the Yellow Daisy Festival

Celebrating 54 years in 2022, this fan-favorite event at Stone Mountain Park wows visitors with four days of fun.

A highlight of Georgia's festival calendar every September, the Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain Park is one event that arts and crafts fans absolutely can’t miss. Expansive festival grounds welcome visitors to browse and purchase work by hundreds of artists over the four-day event.

What began as a small arts and crafts show in 1968 is now a big event that maintains a small-town feel. Named for the yellow flowers that bloom in September on the mountain's hiking trails, the festival welcomes families and friends to spend time browsing the artists' booths, enjoying great festival food and spending the day at one of Georgia's most popular attractions.

Women browsing art at the Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain Park

When: September 8-11, 2022

Where: Stone Mountain Park in Stone Mountain, Georgia

Tickets: Festival access is included in admission to Stone Mountain Park. One-day parking permits are $20, and annual permits are $40. Buy your parking pass in advance or at the gate when you arrive.

Yellow daisies blooming on Stone Mountain

Things to Do

At the Yellow Daisy Festival, browse and shop booths from more than 300 artists and crafters who display handmade pottery, painting, jewelry, crafts and woodwork. Enjoy fabulous festival food and demonstrations throughout the event. New this year, explore the Yellow Daisy Vintage Village, featuring curated antiques, collectibles, home goods and decor.

Beyond the festival, explore the natural areas of Stone Mountain Park. Hike up the one-mile trail to the top of the mountain and explore miles of nature trails around it. Relax at shady picnic areas with views of the lake. Watch the kids play on the playground.

Washington W. King covered bridge at Stone Mountain Park. Photo by @fotofinished
Photo by @fotofinished

Drive across the historical covered bridge, one of only four remaining structures built by Washington W. King, which was moved to the park from Athens, Georgia, in 1969. Take pictures at the grist mill, which was moved from its original site near Ellijay, Georgia, in 1965. Explore the quarry exhibit, where you can learn about the mountain’s role in the granite industry.

Other attractions -- including the Summit Skyride, SkyHike, Scenic Railroad, Dinosaur Explore, Historic Square and Mini Golf -- require additional ticket purchases. Purchase tickets in advance to reserve your spot.

Aerial view of Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Resort at Stone Mountain
Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Resort

Where to Stay

On property at Stone Mountain Park:

Other options nearby:

Summit Skyride at Stone Mountain Park

Know Before You Go

Stone Mountain Park has implemented safety measures based on the guidance of health officials, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other government agencies. Review the park's Play Safe Page for full details.

Plan your trip to the Yellow Daisy Festival

Published: July 2022
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