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1. Amicalola Falls Dawsonville, GAPhoto Credit: Mike Boening
The park's name is derived from a Cherokee language word meaning "tumbling waters".
2. Apple Picking - B.J. Reece Apple House Ellijay, GAPhoto Credit: Debbie R
Don't forget to visit their bakery stacked with breads, donuts and pies.
3. Beltline Atlanta, GAPhoto Credit: FunkBrothers
Beyond simply a means of getting somewhere, it's a destination unto itself. Check out the interactive map here.
4. Helen Helen, GAPhoto Credit: llee_wu
Experience Bavaria: No Passport Required
5. Piedmont Park Atlanta, GAPhoto Credit: Yukun Chen
The city's favorite in-town park for hosting a variety of events and activities. Piedmont Park is a 189-acre urban park in downtown Atlanta.
6. Pumpkin PatchesPhoto Credit: Kam Abbott
Pumkin patches, corn mazes, hay rides and more. Check it out here.
7. Serenbe Chattahoochee Hills, GAPhoto Credit: JR P
A New Utopian Community in Georgia
8. Stone Mountain Stone Mountain, GeorgiaPhoto Credit: Chris Yunker
World's largest exposed granite monolith, surrounded by attractions and recreation in a natural environment.
9. Tallulah Gorge Tallulah Falls, GAPhoto Credit: Martin Bravenboer
One of the most spectacular canyons in the eastern U.S.
10. Your Own BackyardPhoto Credit: Christie
It's prime time to enjoy the outdoors before it the cold comes in, go jump in a pile of leaves!
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