Ferris Wheel and tall buildings at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia.


Adventure Outdoors

Angling. Trails. Leisure.

Atlanta has all the R&R. Known as “The City in the Forest,” Atlanta is a modern metropolis with sprawling parks, with great opportunities for picnics and people watching.

Parks & Nature

Even in the middle of this exciting city, you can find grassy spots to relax and breathe in some fresh air.

Piedmont Park

Atlanta’s largest city park, Piedmont Park features bike trails, jogging paths, playgrounds, recreation fields, and more. Take a history walking tour, then cool down in the giant aquatic center featuring a pool, lap lanes, and splash pad.

LakePoint Park

About 40 minutes from the resort, LakePoint Park is a sports mecca. For active vacationers, especially kids, this is where you can go to burn off some energy or watch sports leagues compete. Get competitive together in a 3-hour session of pickelball, or try out the on-site wake park for cable water sports like kneeboarding and wakeboarding. Terminus Wake Park offers quick lessons on how to ride, then skim around the lake on a hot summer day.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Right next to the park, the Atlanta Botanical Garden features 30 acres of themed gardens including a rose garden, edible garden, and a Japanese garden. Plus, with rotating exhibits throughout the year you’re bound to see something unique.

Stone Mountain Park

Venture north to Stone Mountain Park for the best views of the Atlanta skyline. Hike the 1-mile trek or take the high-speed cable car up to the top where, on a haze-free day, you can see for 60 miles. Then head to Stone Mountain Lake to cast a line for bass, catfish, and more.

Chattahoochee Nature Center

Try zip lining, hiking, or canoeing at Chattahoochee Nature Center. Learn about the local wildlife on the Wildlife Walk, see majestic resident owls, and get hands-on with the Nature Exchange program.

Atlanta Beltline

The city has reinvented itself over the years from a former railway corridor to a connected and easily walkable city; the 22-mile Atlanta BeltLine is the city’s crowning jewel for sustainability.

Urban Trails

The Atlanta BeltLine is a former railway corridor that has been repurposed for miles of multi-use trails making for a great way to enjoy a city hike or bike.

Wander Parks

You can find several parks along the BeltLine. Wander greenspaces like Boulevard Crossing Park, then work up a sweat at the Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark and playground.

Fuel Up

With all of that exploring, you’re bound to work up an appetite. Check out THE ROOF at Ponce City Market for gorgeous city views and delectable eats.

Dine With A View

Nothing beats dining with a picturesque backdrop. With an iconic skyline and beautiful parks, Atlanta is an ideal city for enjoying a meal with an amazing view.

Park Tavern

For the ultimate in al fresco dining, Park Tavern in Piedmont Park serves up views of the massive greenspace along with an eclectic menu.

Sundial Restaurant

Head up 723 feet to the Sundial Restaurant for a breathtaking 360-degree perspective of downtown Atlanta.


Enjoy a quiet meal along the peaceful banks of the Chattahoochee River at Canoe. Be sure to try the seafood.

An african american couple laugh while sitting on a sofa in a hotel room.
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