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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. 


Yelp Reviews

4 stars

Great park. Take the cable car to the top and look at the view. I wouldn't really advise coming here in the hotter months, unless you go early morning... Read Full Review

Yesterday we paid out $100.00 to take our friends from Indiana to Stone Mountain Park to show them one of Atlanta's main attractions. I have not been... Read Full Review

Wow. Teenagers run this park, and they are ALL on their cell phones constantly. And they have headphones in at all times. Seriously. The people preparing... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.0 stars Based on 5130 traveler reviews

Our family visit

We were really disappointed to show up for the laser show and have to pay for an adventure wrist band. It’s not the park’s fault because I guess we didn’t do our research prior to our visit. By the... Read Full Review

It is not the place that used to be. This could be a wonderful family friend place. We understand the text money to keep

Today we went to Stone Mountain they took out $20 but did not tell us this would give us nothing. only a ride into the area. We would have to pay another $40 each to even be able to walk around. I... Read Full Review

Progressively gets worse and worse

I have never made a review before but the state of Stone Mountain has been pitiful over the last few years. My last visit being the nail in the coffin. My family and I brought a friend from out of... Read Full Review

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