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You can have your cake and eat it too when you visit Cake ‘n Shake in Locust Grove, Georgia. The eatery serves desserts perfect for sipping like milkshakes and boba tea. Their menu also includes savory items including Paninis, hot dogs and more. Take your shake to-go or enjoy the outdoor seating area.
Daisy Days Triple Hike Challenge invites outdoor enthusiasts and curious wanderers to travel to Georgia’s three monadnocks: Panola Mountain, Arabia Mountain and Stone Mountain to see yellow daisies in bloom. The hike goes digital this year with opportunities to hike the mountains at your own pace at a time and date you prefer through the month of September. Complete a trek at all three mountains and upload passport photos of your adventure to get a special prize.
If you like to spend time out on the greens, Rum Creek at Eagles Landing has a nine-hole course you’ll enjoy playing and other offerings that include a driving range, batting cages and footgolf. Whether you’re a seasoned golfer or you’re new to the club, there’s a variety of activities that will appeal to just about anyone.
An unassuming gravel road leads you to a one-of-a-kind experience at the Army Aviation Heritage Foundation (AAHF) in Hampton, Georgia. Home to Vietnam era aircraft, AAHF volunteers consist of veterans who share their personal stories, take visitors on a tour of the hangar and educate others about the aircraft. A tour of the hangar is free, while taking flight in the aircraft is a paid experience. The next scheduled ride takes place August 22.
Thinking of dining out? 15th Street Pizza and Pub gives you the option of dining inside their restaurant or outside on the patio. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a robust selection of drinks, watch sports and choose from a menu of filling foods including wings, burgers and plenty of pizza.
A trip to the McDonough, Georgia farm means the opportunity to pick your own fruit before stopping by the market to check out farm-fresh items ranging from cider to ice cream and more. Purchase a bucket and pile it high with muscadines then get creative with ways to enjoy the delicious fruit. For those who want to simply enjoy a bit of a road trip without venturing into the fields of the farm, curbside pickup is also available.
Go where the wild things are on your next trip to Locust Grove, Georgia. Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary rescues and rehabilitates many species of animals from wildlife to livestock. You and your family can take a free self-guided tour of the sanctuary. Wander the paved path and learn the stories of animal residents or take a paid Walk on the Wild Side tour which pairs you with a guide and gives you a closer look at the animals.
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