The Georgia Capitol opens its doors to visitors during the annual legislative session.
Georgia’s State Parks host ranger-led hikes for all ages.
It is officially Christmas in Georgia. The 42-foot tall tree outside of the Governor’s mansion was lit Sunday evening with thousands of Christmas lights, signaling the beginning of the season.
Georgia residents don’t need to travel far to see awe-inspiring wonders of nature. The state has its own collection of seven natural wonders that are prime locations for day trips.
This morning, Governor Nathan Deal will recognize the opening of Don Carter State Park, Georgia's newest state park and its only on Lake Lanier.
Exploring the wonders of Georgia tourism isn't just for out-of-state guests. Local Georgians can learn about the benefits of tourism too from all platforms of social media.
Long road trips don't have to be utterly boring, especially if you're driving on one of Georgia's beautiful Scenic Byways.
Caving opportunities in north Georgia and surrounding areas are being restricted due to a fatal fungus in bat communities affecting the East Coast.
Maps, whether they chart congressional districts or safe bicycle routes, offer a reliable means of understanding how your environment affects you.
As spring and summer settle in, the nearly 50 state parks flourish. Families gather to cave, hike, fish and geocache, while reunion parties make camp or rent lakeside cottages.