If you’re looking to access the mountain itself, you must reserve a ranger-led hike. During your guided adventure, you’ll learn firsthand about the rare plants and animals found in this unique habitat.
Nearby, unwind with a picnic at one of Memorial Park’s pavilions. Once you’ve finished your meal, bust out the bicycles and take in the scenery on the Reeves Creek Trail. Looking for a place to play with your four-legged friend? Make your way to the Clark Community Park bark park.
Starting in October, you can pay a visit to Yule Forest: Home of the Pumpkin Patch and Fear the Woods. Take the kids to the pumpkin patch to pick their own pumpkins, enjoy a hayride, or meet some animal friends at the petting zoo. For older kids and adults, Fear the Woods presents a hauntingly good time as one of the top-rated haunted attractions in Georgia. As the holiday season nears, Yule Forest also offers cut-your-own Christmas trees.