Group tour for The Walking Dead

Group tour for The Walking Dead

The More The Merrier: 7 Great Group Trip Ideas

Grab a friend – or several – to explore these great group trip ideas from tubing to The Walking Dead!

Everything's better with a friend. That's why a lot of us travel in groups. Maybe you're visiting Georgia to attend a family reunion or a conference. Maybe you're here to catch up with old friends or to unplug on a girls getaway. Whatever the reason for your trip, make the most of it by making memories with the people you love.

Here are some suggestions of places and activities that are perfect for groups.

Tubing in Helen, Georgia

Shoot the 'Hooch in Helen

Helen may be best known for its Bavarian-style architecture, but it’s also a great place to go tubing. The Chattahoochee River runs right through town. Rent a colorful inner tube from either Cool River Tubing or Helen Tubing and Waterpark, and let the water do the work. Go for a one-hour float or spring for an all-day pass.

Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground, Georgia

Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground

Ball Ground's Gibbs Gardens, one of the largest residential estate gardens in the country, has something for everyone in your group, no matter the time of year. Go in early spring to see daffodils and dogwoods. Visit in the fall to witness the vibrant colors of the Japanese maples.

Flint RiverQuarium in Albany, Georgia

Flint RiverQuarium in Albany

Practice your best fish face at Flint RiverQuarium in Albany. If your group has kids, consider booking a sleepover, which includes meals, a movie and a guided tour of the RiverQuarium. Interactive exhibits showcase native fish and the ecosystems of the Flint River.

Savannah Slow Ride

Group Bike Rides in Savannah and Atlanta

Why walk when you can ride? Hop aboard a giant bicycle with more than a dozen of your friends to explore Savannah, aka the Hostess City of the South, or Atlanta. Outfits like Savannah Slow Ride and Southern Pedaler have a variety of different tours, including bar crawls and rides through downtown.

WWII Flight Training Museum in Douglas, Georgia

WWII Flight Training Museum in Douglas

Embrace your inner history buff at the WWII Flight Training Museum in Douglas. As many as 10,000 cadets were enrolled at this school between 1941 and 1944, and its facilities remain remarkably intact. The museum is only open on Fridays and Saturdays, but group tours can be arranged for other days of the week.

Bury the Hatchet in Sandy Springs, Georgia

Axe Throwing 101

If you like throwing darts, you may like the latest trend in group activities: axe throwing. It’s a great workout as well as a lot of fun. Coaches will show you the ropes at Bury the Hatchet, one of a number of companies in the Atlanta area dedicated to the sport, before you compete with your friends in a tournament.

Georgia Tour Company in Senoia

The Walking Dead Tours in Senoia

Most people who know Senoia know it for one reason: "The Walking Dead." The hit TV show filmed in the small town, putting it on the map and making it a must-see stop for fans. Georgia Tour Company offers walking tours that take groups by filming locations and share some of the show’s lore.

Published: May 2019