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9 Amazing Things to Do Indoors in Georgia

Not all adventures have to be outside! Check out these nine amazing indoor activities in Georgia.

Let’s face it: the Georgia heat is no joke. It’s a fun time of year to explore the state but the humidity can be too much at times. Thankfully there are plenty of ways to cool off like indoor versions of your favorite activities. No sunscreen is required for these summertime activities!

Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange, Georgia

Indoor Waterpark

Georgia has a number of waterparks, but you still have to brave the hot pavement at most of them. The exception is Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange, which has an indoor waterpark that remains 84 degrees year-round. The family-focused accommodation and attraction grants guests entry into the waterpark, but locals and visitors also can get a day pass. Passes include life jackets, ropes courses, rock walls and other activities, and entry for kids under 2. Bring your own towel or purchase one onsite. Lockers are also available for rent.

iFly Atlanta

Indoor Skydiving

Have you always wanted to go skydiving but don’t want to get in a plane? iFly Atlanta near The Battery Atlanta offers indoor skydiving. No parachute or jumping is required. Simply put on a jumpsuit and hop in the air flow. It recreates the feeling of skydiving without ever leaving the atmosphere.

Go Fish Education Center in Perry, Georgia

Indoor Fishing

Georgia is known for its wildlife and fishing, especially in the lakes and rivers around the state. But Go Fish Education Center in Perry has live fish exhibits with Georgia’s species like trout and largemouth bass. Catch fish in their stocked pond and enjoy interactive fishing and boating simulators.

Andretti Indoor Karting

Indoor Go Karts

Test out your driving skills at Andretti Indoor Karting and Games, which has locations in Roswell and Marietta. They have a European-inspired indoor driving track where you can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour in Sodi GT5 go-karts. Andretti also has an indoor rock wall, zip line and ropes course, as well as arcade games and race simulators.

Indoor Rock Climbing at Active Climbing in Augusta, Georgia

Indoor Rock Climbing

Georgia may not have massive peaks, but that doesn't mean you can’t go rock climbing. Active Climbing Augusta is the first indoor climbing gym in Augusta and one of the best around. They have 18,000 square feet of 30-foot-tall rope climbing, World Cup-style bouldering and obstacles like you might see on "American Ninja Warrior."

archery

Indoor Archery

Indoor archery classes are offered at Panola Mountain State Park in Stockbridge every month seasonally. No prior skills are necessary, so it’s perfect for beginners and pros. All equipment is supplied. Test your skills in any weather at their indoor facility at the nature center. Classes are open to anyone ages 8 and above.

Indoor Paintball at JumpShot in Statesboro, Georgia

Indoor Paintball

JumpShot is an indoor entertainment facility in Statesboro with three paintball fields for competitive fun. But they also have more than 13,000 square feet of indoor trampolines, a slam dunk basketball court, a wipeout machine, and a lounge with massage chairs to relax after a game. It's the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion or just beat the heat!

Macon Film Festival

Indoor Movies

What’s better than catching a summer movie? It’s also a good time of year for attending one of Georgia’s film festivals, many of which are in July and August. Sing along to a classic movie like "Mary Poppins" at Atlanta's Fox Theatre during the Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival, and attend screenings with celebrities at the Macon Film Festival. You never know what movie you might see before it hits the big screens or what celebrities might make appearances!

Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, Georgia

Museums

And, of course, you can cool off in one of the state's incredible museums covering just about every field from history to art to culture. See an 80-foot-long Apatosaurus at Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, ride the Human Gyroscope at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, and see a World War II B-17 Flying Fortress at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force in Pooler. There's no telling what you'll learn.

Published: July 2019
Written by: Caroline Eubanks