Stone Mountain Family Campground

Address: Hwy 78 E, Stone Mountain, Georgia, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Hwy 78 E, Stone Mountain, is near Stone Mountain Park and Stone Mountain Antique Car and Treasure Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Stone Mountain

      And So it Begins

      A travel blog entry by clairemk14 on Jan 12, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Today began a new adventure for me....I left Pensacola this morning and am currently at the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight to Washington DC. From DC I'll go to London, then after a 13 hr layover I'll head to Johannesburg and finally I take a small flight to Gaborone, my final destination. At the University of Botswana, I'll be studying public health with my classes focusing on the issues in Botswana and I'll also be taking a ...

      Day 1

      A travel blog entry by followourfeet on Jan 10, 2015

      10 photos

      ... to Park Tavern would be complete without the grilled four cheese and bacon sandwich alongside a plate of pita bread and hummus. After somewhat of a light meal, we drove to Natalie's friend Alyssa's house for a glass of wine and good conversation (where Natalie and Alyssa bedazzled their nails) before walking down the street to The Lawrence on Juniper. The Lawrence is a fantastic little cocktail bar with ...

      A big hunk of granite

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Apr 04, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... and GWTW trail will have to wait for another trip.

      After we oohed and ahhed over the plantation items, we departed the park and stopped at a German Restaurant for dinner. By the time we made our way back to the interstate to return to the campground, it was right in the middle of rush hour. I took us about 90 minutes to be back "home." It turned out to be a good day, not too hot and no rain. Tomorrow it's time to pack everything up and head for Texas!

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      GA-- KING AND QUEEN OF THE MOUNTAIN

      A travel blog entry by lstoneham on Sep 25, 2011

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... know, because we had climbed the mountain the day before). From the top you get a clear view of Atlanta (downtown, uptown, and Buckhead) and the north Georgia mountains. On to the Crossroads section where we rode the Railroad Train five miles around the base of the mountain. The evening’s Laser Show was spectacular, a must-see, with music and lasers on the face of the mountain. Too many people now, so it’s time to head west to sweet home ...

      Civil War Tour Day 10

      A travel blog entry by bmitch7774 on Apr 29, 2011

      2 photos

      ... the park and out as far as Downtown Atlanta. Then we went over to the Antebellum display. These buildings are all original pre- Civil War structures. The have been moved here from other locations and set up as a Plantation with the main home, cook house, barns, slave quarters, etc. This is where they were hold the Frontier Days displays. All the displays were timed around the Civil ...