Posts Tagged "waterfalls"

Portland, Oregon

Apr 09 2017

Portland had been on my bucket list for a while. Ever since I heard it was a city of gardens, I wanted…

Lookout Mountain

Apr 17 2016

Straddling the Georgia-Tennessee border, Lookout Mountain isn’t your typical 2,392-foot mountain. This lofty peak is home to three famous tourist destinations: Ruby Falls,…

Dahlonega Waterfalls

Jan 17 2016

Whenever I plan a visit to a new city, whether it’s Chicago or small-town Eufaula, the first thing I do is look for…

Tallulah Gorge

Nov 22 2015

Tallulah Gorge may be the most stunning state park in Georgia. It’s a 1,000-foot chasm with rushing water (kayakers love it) and…

Freeman’s Mill Park

Nov 15 2015

Fall comes late in Georgia, but by mid-November the leaves are shifting into brilliant shades of carmine and copper, pale blonde and fiery…

Parco Gregoriana

Sep 06 2015

“What beauty, this is already such a fortunate corner of the world, even without the addition of works of art!” Those are…

North Georgia Waterfalls Near Helen

Jun 14 2015

Waterfalls, fresh trout, Bavarian-style architecture, mountains and canoeing — Unicoi State Park is your base to discover all this and so much…

Chewacla State Park

Dec 28 2014

When I visit Auburn, Alabama, it isn’t for football. The city is a nature-lover’s wonderland in any season. While man-made waterfalls aren’t…

Great Smoky Mountain National Park

Nov 30 2014

The most popular park in the U.S., the Great Smoky Mountain National Park draws more than double the yearly number of visitors as…

F.D. Roosevelt State Park

May 11 2014

F.D. Roosevelt State Park, the largest in Georgia, spans 10,000 acres. Many who visit are avid hikers, threading their way on the 23-mile Pine…