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800-401-2407


Nestled in 3200 acres of natural beauty, Stone Mountain Park features family-friendly attractions, outdoor recreational activities and a variety of on-site lodging options so you can stay where you play!

Looking for things to do in Atlanta that you're sure to remember? Hike or soar to the top of Stone Mountain with Summit Skyride, climb aboard the Scenic Railroad for a trip around the mountain, putter around at Great Locomotive Chase Adventure Golf and take part in exciting seasonal events.

Stone Mountain cares about the health and safety of their guests, and you can find out more information about their "Play Safe" initiative at stonemountainpark.com/playsafe

Fall events include the Yellow Daisy Festival, the Pumpkin Festival, Snow Mountain and a Stone Mountain Christmas. 


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Yelp Reviews

4 stars

I miss seeing Haleakala and Mauna Kahālāwai (the west Maui mountains) every day going to work, so when I moved to ATL I was happy to know that Stone... Read Full Review

Stone Mountain has it all! Nature walks, hiking, family fun, and adventure. It doesn't matter what season or holiday it is, Stone Mountain has the... Read Full Review

What a great outing with the family! On the official website, I couldn't find specific information about hiking up Stone Mountain or parking costs; however,... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.5 stars Based on 5088 traveler reviews

Good deal, fun place, some things need work.

Great place to go and price friendly for a family. Some things they need to do is restripe the parking lot. I parked next a car and a small SUV parked next to me, all centered in their spots less... Read Full Review

Stone Mountain and camping

Stone Mountain park is massive. We camped while we visited for the Stone Mountain Highland Games in October. The campground roads need improvement to say the least. A lot of sites are unlevel and... Read Full Review

Pow Wow Festival Friday awful, Saturday awesome

Went to the Pow Wow Festival on Friday and then Saturday. Friday is horrible with 40 minutes wait each for tipis, bathrooms, reptiles and to get in. Saturday we went again because Friday was so... Read Full Review

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