Georgia July Happenings 2015

Discussion in 'Georgia' started by Vicolette, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. Vicolette

    Vicolette Super Moderator

    If you're planning a visit to Georgia in July or you've already arrived and looking for some interesting things to add to your itinerary, here are a few upcoming events you might want to check out:

    July 3-July 5 - St. Simons Island 4th of July Sunshine Festival Arts & Crafts Show

    July 4 - Cartersville - 35th Annual Stars & Stripes & Fourth of July Celebration

    July 4 - Savannah - River Street Fourth of July Celebration

    July 11 - Atlanta Street Food Festival (always a blast)

    July 17 - Hiawassee - Georgia Mountain Fair

    July 19 - Atlanta - 7th Annual Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival

    July 24 - Douglasville - Chattahoochee River Country Music Festival

    July 31 - Dillard Bluegrass & Barbeque Festival

    There's plenty more Georgia happenings but these should get you started.
     
  2. SittingINN

    SittingINN New Member

    4th of July celebrations

    If you're coming from out of town for the 4th of July celebrations, I suggest taking the Old Town trolley of Savannah as the trolley will take you to almost every 4th of July Celebration around the city. Best of all, you'll be able to hop on and off anytime.
     
  3. Vicolette

    Vicolette Super Moderator

    Absolutely! The trolley is a great way for folks to make their way around the city. Definitely a step back in time when things moved slower and you could enjoy all the scenery Savannah has to offer.

    This weekend and the rest of the month still has more to offer!
     
  4. danielss16

    danielss16 New Member

    does anyone know anything about cabin rentals in georgia ? any suggestion would be appreciated !

    Thanks
     
  5. mitraveler

    mitraveler New Member

    The state parks all around the state have some really nice cabin rentals. If you want to stay in the mountains or along a lake, take a look at the state parks. I am partial to Red Top Mountain State Park, which is like 30 miles north of Atlanta, along Alatoona Lake. Lake Blackshear is pretty too, in the south of the state. They have lots of cabins at the state parks, everything from little bunkers to big lodges that are as nice as a luxury hotel. Do you know where you want to go, Danielss16?

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    Red Top Mountain State Park, Photo: Thomson20/Wikimedia
     

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