Guide to Summer in Georgia

Summer in Georgia is the perfect time to cool off in lakes, rivers, and at the beach; play outside at theme parks; and visit the state’s world-famous indoor attractions. Summer also is when Georgia peaches and watermelons are in season, so be sure to try some fresh from the farm when you visit. Get away for a family vacation at a lakeside resort, chase waterfalls in the mountains, explore cultural attractions in cities and small towns, and fill the long days with new adventures.

From June to August, summer in Georgia brings the hottest and most humid temperatures of the year. With an average low of 80 degrees F (26 C) and an average high of 95 degrees F (35 C), summer days in Georgia commonly include afternoon rain showers.

Take delight in the wonders of summer in Georgia using the trip ideas below to plan your journey.

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