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Stone Mountain Park is Georgia's most visited attraction, drawing nearly 4 million guests each year. With over 3,200 acres of natural beauty, the Park is a unique and fun destination where families and friends can enjoy the outdoors together, while...more
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Wanted to do something different & outdoors after a day at Georgia Aquarium. Stone Mountain for the bill.
Road the gondola up the side of the mountain(even though I'm afraid of heights) & enjoyed the view.
The area at the top was nice to sit...More
We travelled to Stone Mountain on our way to Savannah. Unfortunately due to our travel arrangements we were not able to spend as much time as we would have liked at this attraction. The grounds are beautifully laid out and the surrounding forest is beautiful...More
We visited Stone Mountain on our way to Savannah. Unfortunately due to travel arrangements we were unable to spend as much time as we wanted to at this beautiful attraction. The park is very well laid out and everything is easily accessible. Surrounding trees and...More
Beautiful park! We went on the first week of Dec and All the park was decorated with Christmas lights! Prices for the tickets are good, compare to other parks. Food is not the best and it is expensive. If you don't want to come inside...More
I was visiting a friend in Georgia, and she took me to Stone Mountain for a hike to the top of the summit. It was around 45-50 degrees which ended up being perfect walking weather. It took us approximately 35 minutes to hike to the...More
We hiked to the top of Stone Mountain along with my brother and his wife. My son is 7 with all the energy in the world, but even he had to stop for a breather. It's a steep climb to the top. Don't recommend for...More
Stone Mountain is an 825 foot tall dome shaped isolated mountain made of granite. It is a sight to see and experience. My pocket began to suffer when we were hit with high parking fees just to enter. We had two cars of guests to...More
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Only one that has a section that is pretty steep but does have a handrail. The trail is mostly smooth granite so it could be very diff lit if wet. I am not sure of the distance but it took us over two hours two ascend, take... More
Only one that has a section that is pretty steep but does have a handrail. The trail is mostly smooth granite so it could be very diff lit if wet. I am not sure of the distance but it took us over two hours two ascend, take pictures, and descend
We are looking to visit Stone Mountain Park but not sure which day we plan to go (either Sat 21st or Sun 22nd June) and have a couple of questions regarding the tickets. We probably won't arrive until mid-late afternoon and plan to stay to watch the laser show. Can you buy the Sunset Adventure pass when you get there or is it online only at $21.95? By 'snack' do they just mean popcorn and a drink? We were looking at buying the Laser snack terrace ticket which is $15 each but this...More
May 31, 2014|
Bring your own food (subway or kfc, both are in close proximity to the park from the east or west gate), and sit on the lawn (bring a blanket) unless you have health issues that will not allow you to sit on the lawn. I have never eaten the park food, but cant imagine it being all that great. Get there at least an hour before dark to get a good spot on the lawn, and make sure you find a "landmark" to help you find your spot again when you leave to go to the bathroom or get a snack.
Stone Mountain lake (2 Replies)
Is there bacteria in the lake at Stone Mountain Park? I have heard stories but don't know if any are true? I know they used to have a beach and you could swim in the water - now they won't let you swim-I have heard there is bacteria ? Does anyone know? I am just curious as to what happened?
April 09, 2007|
i dont know about the bacteria but i would not swin in the water. i have canoed in it though.
Greenville, Alabama, United States
Stone Mountain Suggestions (9 Replies)
I have 5 and 7 year old boys. This sounds like a great place to go. My husband on the other hand is not a fan of camping. So, where do we stay and what do we do while we are there at Stone Mountain Park?
February 16, 2016|
Have you thoroughly checked the website? Many activities. Also a Marriott hotel in the park.