Traveling to Atlanta Georgia for an RV Adventure

Midtown Atlanta at Dusk

Midtown Atlanta at Dusk

Taking an RV trip to Atlanta, Georgia offers some wonderful attractions, sports and many adventures that will please the entire family. The weather right now is perfect, with cool days and chilly nights where you can bundle up in your blankets and get a refreshing night’s sleep in a comfortable RV motorhome. RV camping is easy to find around Atlanta, with Atlanta South RV Resort being one great place to stay.

When you arrive, you will want to head right to the Georgia Aquarium so you can experience some of the amazing shows and view thousands of animals from around the world. The aquarium is right in downtown Atlanta and easy to find. The Dolphin Show is probably the most famous, but other exhibits will definitely catch your attention, such as those of the penguins, beluga whales and tropical fish. There are two theaters, and when you go to one of them, you will see an animated 4-D film that will take your breath away.

Animal lovers won’t want to miss Zoo Atlanta where you will visit with the birds, mammals and reptiles. Animal keeper talks form an interesting part of your visit. You will see incredible animal encounters which teach a lot about animal behavior. Then head over to the World of Coca Cola to explore the full tale of this most famous brand. Discover the bottling line as it puts out bottle after bottle of Coca-Cola. Of course, you get a free bottle to take with you! Stop by the fountain that offers over 100 beverages choices in one machine.

The Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour is where you should go to get behind the scenes of the Morning Express. You will also get a close-up view of CNN’s World Headquarters and their next-generation HD Studio. At the High Museum of Art you will enjoy the permanent and traveling exhibitions of classic and contemporary artworks.

When you are determined to have a unique experience in the Deep South, you will find it at Stone Mountain Park. Many features are set in a winter landscape, so you can have a taste of the places you left while still staying comfortable in the southern climate. The Polar Express 4_D Experience is one show you won’t want to miss while here. Events are ongoing all year through at Centennial Olympic Park, where you can ice skate during the holidays from 19 November to 27 January. You can check the dates you’ll be in Atlanta and schedule events here accordingly.

There is so much to see and do in Atlanta, you may want to extend your stay. For instance, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site is a great place to get some American history and learn of the civil rights movement. The Atlanta History Center offers historic homes, museums and even lectures by award-winning authors. Two museums you will want to visit are the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and their displays of the world’s largest dinosaurs, and the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum where this amazing woman wrote “Gone with the Wind.”

Before you head home, go to the Georgia Dome and catch a game or an event. Then you can leave Atlanta and head back north, but you will retain many wonderful memories and experiences.

Picture credits: The picture of midtown Atlanta is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

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