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Stone Mountain Park, Stone Mountain

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A family adventure park, Stone Mountain Park is nestled atop Stone Mountain, a historical spot well known for hosting the largest bas relief sculpture in the world, the Confederate Memorial carving. The park encompasses 1,295 hectares (3,200 acres) of terrain. Overlook active geysers from a tower or navigate trails through suspended treetop paths. Go hiking, fishing, or golfing, or a scenic cable car or train ride. Just don’t forget to pack closed-toe shoes, which are required for some activities. See Stone Mountain Park and all Stone Mountain has to offer by arranging your trip with our Stone Mountain tour planner.
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  • The sky ride is cool and the view from the top is even better. The park is very nice for kids and the laser show is worth the wait until 9:30 pm. Parking is easy and the traffic flow after the laser s...  more »
  • We were in atlanta for the day and had nothing to do so we looked into stone mountain tickets. I got some discount tickets and upgraded to vip. The vip tickets are supposed to jump you to the front of...  more »
  • What an awesome place! Me a a group of friends decided to hike to the top. The hike was in my opinion moderate in terms of difficulty. The views from the mountain is awesome. You can see so many skyli...  more »
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  • Totally awesome park for all sorts of activity. Hiking up the mountain via trail is an excellent experience. Walking, jogging, running and biking is great. Picnic, barbecue, grilling in open or near gazebo is so cool. Kids play ground rocks. The lawn area for laser show is awesome venue. Everything one can think of to do outdoor is available. Only reason I have given 4 instead of 5 star is drones are not allowed. To some degree i understand the reason, but they should have restricted zone near monument or sky tram, etc for obvious reasons, but in other areas drones should be allowed.
  • Amazing! I'm from Hawaii so everything here in the mainland is awesome to me, especially the landscapes and mountain ranges. We got there before the sun was up back in Feb and it was beautiful. Be sure to dress for the weather though, it's FREEZING during that time of year. Also, if you're planning on going there that early cross your fingers, it took us a few stops at several closed/locked restrooms to find an open one. Either that or don't be like me, and empty your bladder before you get there. The park is huge so there's a lot to explore while you're there. A great place for small and large groups since there's something there that everyone will love, kids, families, etc. Also, when you enter the park you'll have the option to pay for a 1-day pass or a 1-year pass. Get the 1-year, it's totally worth it.
  • Great place to visit especially if you have kids. We go to the seasonal attractions that they have including Snow Atlanta. My only complaint is the food and the food options are consistently bad. After many visits we have resolved to bring food or eat ahead of time. They need more healthy options and higher quality food. I have also biked through the park which is fun but they need more signage and bike paths. You can enter the park for free if you bike or walk in and do not need to park a car.
  • Pretty awesome place, we were impressed. The carving is amazing to see, along with some nice monuments. The park area is very laid back and rustic. Lots for kids to see and do. We did the train ride alone, with no other add on. It isn't priced where one can clearly see, so it can dupe you into buying an all day pass it seems. The train was fun though. Overall, pretty cool but very crowded at certain locations.
  • Visited the park earlier this week for July 4th. Without even saying it was crowded. The laser show is just about the same from 30 years ago with some new additions. Fireworks were good (an extended fireworks for that weekend. )You have to get there early if you want to get a spot on the lawn to view the laser show. Special note there are 2 entrances to the park be careful which one you take or you will have a very long walk to view the laser show. We brought our food and drinks so it was cheap for us. There is a $15 park fee for parking. Other attraction at the park will cost more depending on the attraction. Climbing the Mountain was fun if you're with family it will take about an hour up and 45 minutes back down. Overall it was fun for the kids and an inexpensive trip if you plan ahead.