Hiking at Cloudland Canyon State Park in Rising Fawn, Georgia. Photo by Kelly Wilson, @pokkychoo
9 Ways to Spend Labor Day Weekend Outdoors
Revel in the last days of summer during Labor Day weekend, taking in sunset views, trekking through Georgia's incredible landscapes and having a ball at big time celebrations!
Hike to a scenic lookout
A short hike along the west rim trail at Cloudland Canyon State Park in Rising Fawn leads to the perfect view from Sunset Point.
Photo by Nate Bowery
Paddle a calm lake
Seminole State Park's three-hour kayak paddle culminates with the blazing colors of a spectacular sunset over Lake Seminole in Donalsonville.
Paddle the Okefenokee Swamp
Swamper's Guide to the Galaxy takes you on a tour of the stars from Georgia's only Dark Sky Park, Stephen C. Foster State Park in Fargo, followed by a sunset swamp paddle the next day.
Tour the cool caves at Cloudland Canyon
G3 Adventures guides lead your group on an amazing journey inside the wild caves of Cloudland Canyon State Park with Wild Cave Tours all weekend.
Hike to a gorge floor and swim near waterfalls
Tallulah Gorge State Park is offering gorge floor permits for hikers who want to swim near waterfalls in the natural pool in Tallulah Falls.
See lasers and dinosaurs at Stone Mountain Park
Grab an adventure pass at Stone Mountain Park and have a blast on family-friendly rides, playing with animatronic dinosaurs, and watching the legendary Lasershow Spectacular in Stone Mountain.
Join the beach party on Tybee Island
And, rock out with live entertainment on Tybee Island's eastern beaches at the Tybee Island Labor Day Beach Bash.