4 Favorite Fall Activities That Won’t Break the Bank
Fall is the perfect time to get out and explore Georgia when it’s not quite so hot. To celebrate the cooler weather, here are four ways to get active with your family that won’t break the bank.
Pick some fruit
September is the perfect time to pick apples in Georgia, and it’s one of our family’s favorite ways to spend time together. It’s also a nice way to show kids where their food comes from and get them to enjoy eating more fruit. Head to Ellijay, the Apple Capital of Georgia, to find orchards and apple houses brimming with locally grown apples you don't typically see in stores.
Biking on Jekyll Island
Take a bike ride
Our family loves to explore Jekyll and St. Simons Island by bike. With so many paths, you can park the car and travel on two wheels during your vacation.
For the more adventurous biker, Georgia’s State Parks offer great single-track mountain biking trails, too.
Go on a scavenger hunt
Clue Town Books is a perfect way to explore Atlanta while learning a bit about the city. Solve puzzles and clues to get you to your destination. ClueTown Books are available for Oakland Cemetery, Piedmont Park, the Atlanta Beltline, the City of Decatur and many more locations.