- TripBuzz found 341 things to do with kids in or near Sandy Springs, Georgia, including 335 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Roswell, Marietta and Decatur.
- From Morgan Falls Overlook Park to Williams-Payne House Museum, the Sandy Springs area offers 96 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Parks.
- Featuring a stunning downtown skyline, the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia is home to a thriving business and residential economy. Tourists enjoy the areas shopping, dining and nightlife selections as well as its many annual festivals, including The Sandy Springs Festival and the Sandy Springs Artapalooza, both drawing over 30,000 visitors per year.
Stache Studio is an art studio and art gallery featuring artwork from former students, both from children and adults. Stache studio also hosts several educational art programs and camps for children, and offers private party hosting.
Hillcrest Orhcards is a family owned orchard and farmer's market known for its annual Apple Pickin' Jubilee where visitors get to pick their own apples from the orchards. Other attractions here include wagon rides, pig races, a petting zoo and a playground which features a 50 foot slide.
The spacious Reece Apple House is an apple orchard and produce market in Ellijay, Georgia. This family-owned business is a premier destination for apples, cider, confections, preserves and other delicious treats.
Mega Maze Inc is a family entertainment center offering a variety of attractions. Among these attractions are a large indoor playground, putt putt golf, batting cages, and a driving range. Mega Maze also maintains an in-house pizzeria.
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Chestatee Wildlife Preserve is a local animal preserve and rescue center which house a wide range of animal species including white Siberan tigers, grizzly bears, African lions and the Zedonk which is a cross between zebra and donkey. The preserve organizes animal encounters and guided tours of the premises.
With two loops of varying length and intensity, the Kiwanis Mountain Bike Trail is great for a quick ride or an afternoon. The one mile loop is great for beginners and the 4 mile loop is for those who are more experienced.
The main feature at Chattahoochee Bend State Park is the Chattahoochee River with a network of walking trails around it. Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities at the lake such as boating, kayaking and more. The park also maintains multiple campsites and picnic grounds.
Measuring 107 acres, Etowah Park is home to the Charles Parker Recreation Center and features facilities for baseball and tennis. It has a skate park and a driving range as well as walking trails, picnic areas and a playground.