1. This hidden-gem in the heart of Atlanta where you can spend the night:

This hidden gem in Georgia has recently been named one of the top AirBnB destinations in the world. It's a beautifully serene, almost whimsical, tree house where you can stay nightly and fulfill a childhood dream of living among the treetops.

2. Swan House: Traditionally known as one of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Atlanta.

This sophisticated, classically-styled mansion was built in 1928 for the Inman family, heirs to a cotton brokerage fortune. Now, you can travel just outside of Atlanta, to explore this beautifully restored historic house along with the gardens, fountains, and mesmerizing views.

3. Watching the wild horses of Cumberland Island:

Cumberland Island is known as Georgia's largest barrier island. It's here that you can swim, bird watch, observe the twisted tree trunks, and of course, watch the wild horses run about.

4. The beautiful archway of Spanish moss in Wormsloe Plantation:

Located in Savannah, the Wormsloe Plantation may be one of the most underrated spots in the state. Although famous visually, many tourists don't realize that it's located just outside the city, and you can personally drive down the magical road.

5. Little Grand Canyon:

This 1,003-acre state park, located in Stewart County in southwest Georgia, is as underrated as it gets. But those who know about Providence Canyon State Park hike the trails, enjoy the views and camp overnight whenever they can.

6. Climb one of the highest peaks in all of Georgia.

 
7. Hike, bike, climb and enjoy.
 
The Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area in Lithonia is a wonderful place to bring out-of-towners of any age. There's so much to learn and see in the culture and rich natural wonders of the land, (besides getting in a bout of exercise.)
 
8. A mined quarry featuring rich, blue water and a slice of history:
 
About a mile outside of Midtown Atlanta sits Bellwood Quarry. The area was mined for centuries, before filling with blue water and becoming an out-of-towner's paradise.
 
9. One of the most unique botanical gardens in the country:
 
When most people hear "botanical garden" they don't think of it as an exciting attraction---not compared to, say, Six Flags, anyway. But Atlanta's Botanical Garden is a 30-acre flora and fauna paradise, perfect for a day-trip for the entire family.
 
10. Probably the coolest history lesson around:
Located in Cartersville, the Etowah Indian Mounds are truly a sight to see. Sitting on 54 acres of land, you can explore a mound-building Native American civilization, the largest site in the Southeast.

So there you have it; a few of the most underrated spots in Georgia that it’s high time you visit. Bring the family, bring your friends and add these to the list for your out-of-town guests to peruse when they come to Georgia.

 

 
 

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