- TripBuzz found 137 things to do with kids in or near Jonesboro, Georgia, including 127 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Decatur, Stone Mountain and Griffin.
- From Kids Planet to The Beach At Clayton Cnt Int Pk, the Jonesboro area offers 90 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Children's Play Area, Specialty Museums and Beaches.
- Jonesboro is a small town in Georgia that spans just over two square miles. The most popular attraction in the area is the Stately Oak Plantation, a Greek Revival antebellum mansion. There is also an extensive historical tour available with over twenty historical homes, an 1867 train depot and a 1901 news building.
Catch Air Indoor Playground & Party is a private party facility that provides amenities such as free drinks for kids, a free pass for the birthday child, and a party coordinator. The parties last up to 2 hours long.
With over 38,000 acres of land covered, Lake Sidney Lanier is a large Georgian reservoir created by the Buford Dam. The lake is a popular destination during holidays for boaters, jet-skiers, and house-boaters. Holiday lights decorate the lake islands November-January.
Located next to a high school, Buford Youth Sports Complex has a multipurpose field that hosts community football, lacrosse, and soccer games. The complex also has several tennis courts, with bleachers on a hill for spectators.
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78 Lil Sturgis Street, Warm Springs, GA 31830 MoreLess Info
Motorcycle enthusiasts love visiting the Art In Motion Vintage Motorcycle Museum in Warm Springs, Georgia. The museum contains more than 40 vintage motorcycles, the bulk of which were donated by noted vintage enthusiast Art Sigal.
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210 S. Broad Street, Will-A-Way Recreation Area, Winder, GA 30680 MoreLess Info
Camping facilities including yurts, cottages, campsites and shelter houses are widely available at Fort Yargo State Park. Featuring a disc golf course, a lake with a beach, 18 miles of trails and fishing, families and individuals can also reserve areas for weddings or private parties.
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401 Little White House Road, Warm Springs, GA 31380 MoreLess Info
Originally the property of former United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the Little White House is now a park in Warm Springs, Georgia. It is an important site for fans of state history and President Roosevelt.
A $5 parking fee grants admission to Red Top Mountain State Park in Cartersville, Georgia. The park's amenities include hiking trails, a visitor center, tent campsites, a rentable yurt, cabins, a small boat marina and picnic shelters. Swimming is permitted seasonally.
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401 Little White House Road, Warm Springs, GA 31830 MoreLess Info
Built by Franklin Delano Roosevelt as he hoped to be cured of his crippling polio, Roosevelt's Little White House is now a museum dedicated to Roosevelt's life. Visitors can see the warm springs that Roosevelt used for medicinal purposes.
Covering 10 acres of land, designed as a Wild West Town, Tanglewood Farm Miniatures is home to 100 miniature farm animals. Goats, cows, donkeys and other livestock, all in miniature size, can be found in here.