The Top Ten Georgia Attractions

Georgia is known as the peach state and it's located in the southeastern part of the US. It's the last of the original 13 colonies that was established back in the year 1732. It's growing fast and Atlanta is the state capital and its one city that is the most populous. Here are the top ten Georgia attractions.

10. Fort Mountain State Park

Fort Mountain State Park is a beautiful State Park that covers around 3,712 acres. It's located On Fort Mountain between Chatsworth and Ellijay. The state park was founded back in the year 1938 and it's located in Murray, Georgia. There are picnic shelters, cottages, camp sites, pioneer camping, group shelter and many other facilities available at Fort Mountain State Park.

9. Lake Winnepesaukah

Lake Winnepesaukah is a fun amusement park that is located on Lakeview Drive at Lakeview Georgia. Some of the major rides of Lake Winnepesaukah include the Boat Chute, Oh-ZONE!, Pipeline Plunge and the Cannon Ball. There are many other minor rides and attractions at Lake Winnepesaukah and so it's fun for everyone.

8. Six Flags White Water

Six Flags White Water is located in Atlanta Georgia. Some of the most famous rides in Six Flags White Water include the park's wave pool, lazy river and the yellow funnel of the Tornado. Arrive early and be ready to stand in line because there's always a big crowd.

7. World of Coca-Cola

The World of Coca-Cola is located in Atlanta Georgia. It features the history of the Coca-Cola Company.

6. Wild Adventures

Wild Adventures is located in Valdosta Georgia. It has all kinds of exciting rides and it also has attractions. You will see lots of exotic animals plus shows and Wild Adventures also has some roller coaster rides.

5. Callaway Gardens

Callaway Gardens is located right outside of Columbus Georgia and it was founded in the year 1952 by the owners Cason J and Virginia Hand Callaway. They founded Callaway Gardens in order to help protect and promote the native azalea species. There are many attractions and trails to go on at Callaway Gardens.

4. Zoo Atlanta

The Zoo Atlanta is located in Atlanta Georgia and it has over 1,500 animals and over 200 species are represented. Some of the animals include monkeys, camels, hyenas, jaguar and a black bear. There are also many exhibits to check out at the Zoo.

3. Little Grand Canyon

The Little Grand Canyon is located in Lumpkin Georgia. It covers around 1,108 acres and that also includes 15 canyons. The Little Grand Canyon might be little to some people but to others it might be huge. You can walk the Little Grand Canyon in one day if you get there early or you can camp over night. It's such a beautiful place and worth the trip. Take a lot of water and trail mix.

2. Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia is located in Austell, Georgia and it's west of Atlanta. Six Flags Over Georgia has a lot of thrilling roller coasters and attractions. Some of the most known roller coasters include Z-Force, Batman: The Ride, Mini Mine Train, Viper and Georgia Cyclone. It also has Dodge City Bumper Cars and Sky Buckets. Six Flags Over Georgia has something for everyone.

1. Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium is located in Atlanta Georgia. It's one of the world's biggest aquariums and it has over 8.5 million US Gallons of freshwater and marine. It holds over 120,000 animals and over 500 different species. The Georgia Aquarium has a lot of exciting exhibits such as the River Scout and the Dolphin Tales gallery.

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