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Stone Mountain Park, Stone Mountain
(4.2/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web)
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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  • I was surprised to open a map of Stone Mountain Park to see all the areas I have yet to explore. For this visit, we went with a group of adults for a delightful summer evening of strolling, and then s...  more »
  • There are lots of great activits here for the different times of year. During the winter there snow mountain and a snow mountain christmas. The lights of beautiful and riding down the mountain is fun....  more »
  • A place where nature reigns. Super preserved with the imposing mountain. Prefer a day of clear skies. The rise of the teleferico is fast and safe, the structure of the Park is spectacular. We did including the boat tour anfibio, fun and lively. Worth every minute in this place.
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  • While many come for the entertainment there are actually many hiking trails that make for a pleasant day. Lots of great festivals and events throughout the year make for a reason to return often. Lots of amenities to offer the one time vacation visit and for those who live near enough to visit frequently. Great value to purchase the annual $40 parking pass, gets you everywhere you want to go. An annual park pass covers the extras like the train, cable car, etc, but you can also pay for single visits if you don't go to those things often and just want to park and enjoy the nature and wildlife so close to Atlanta.
  • -Awesome to stand at the top and look out. The park is very nice and worth a visit. Spent about 3 hours at the park, walked up the side of the mountain and around the base. Would recommend. The day we went the tram/cart was broken so the only option was to climb to the top. If you do plan on climbing the mountain, recommend bring a few bottles of water. There is water at the top along with a shop and bathrooms, but there isn't anything on the way up.
  • You have to pay to get in the park, but when your in the park it's beautiful. This is a truely rare mountain to visit in Georgia (unless you live near it). You could spend hours on top of it looking at the beautiful view or you can take the train around it. It has many things to offer, like a laser light show, butterfly garden, cable car, and a good family friendly park. That's why this park is so cool.
  • Great park, will definitely go back! It was our first time there so we went to the top on the cable car, checked out the view, then did the 5 mile hike around the mountain. The town with all of the restaurants and shops were closed (it was a Thursday), so we didn't get to experience that part of it, but that worked out because we had the trails almost to ourselves. It was clean, trails were well marked, lots of wildlife, seemed well kept. The single parking pass of $15 seems a little steep compared to the $40 annual pass, so we'll be getting that since we plan on going back.
  • We have been traveling all across the USA and this park is at the top of our list to come back to. TIGHT enter at gate ($15 to get in) we have a 42'RV. Hookups were well placed. Beautiful scenery. Indian Festival was in play while we were there. Very educational. Bathrooms were clean and showers spacious. Overall... excellent experience.