With a reputation for spectacular views and lush landscaping, Buckhead makes the ideal location for exploring the great outdoors. From parks and public spaces to nature preserves and river activities, there is plenty for the outdoor adventurer. Hike Stone Mountain, paddle down the Chattahoochee River, take your four-legged friend to Piedmont Park or take a run on the Atlanta BeltLine. Whatever your taste for adventure and nature, Buckhead has just what you need to be one with the great outdoors.
Atlanta’s outdoor activities are your chance to explore the beautiful landscape of the city. Atlanta features a beautiful tree canopy with a sea of green spilling across its surprisingly hilly landscape.
The city offers an abundance of parks, gardens and green spaces where you can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities. Piedmont Park and the PATH Trails offer biking and hiking for those wanting to become one with nature. Whether by land or by sea – or river, if you will – climb to the top of Stone Mountain or “Shoot the Hooch” with the locals. If you prefer to stay closer to home, hop on the Atlanta Beltline for urban hiking and bike paths.
Walk, bike, and run on the Atlanta BeltLine. Explore miles of the Atlanta BeltLine by foot or on two wheels. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, stop in one of the many restaurants along the path to relax and refuel. A rails-to-trails connection between neighborhoods and parks, the BeltLine is an only-in-Atlanta way to stay active.
Atlanta Botanical Garden, Inc.
Stop and smell the orchids at an in-town urban oasis. Right in the middle of Midtown Atlanta, in the northern corner of Piedmont Park, grow more than 30 acres of lush green garden just waiting to be explored. At the Atlanta Botanical Garden, seasonal activities keep adventure blooming no matter the temperature.
Catch an MLB game under the lights. Get your chopping arm ready! From spring to fall, head out to the Ted to catch the Atlanta Braves and cheer on our home team.
Rise up with the Atlanta Falcons. What do Falcons do? Falcons rise up! With only a couple more seasons of Atlanta Falcons football to be played in the Georgia Dome, now is the time to get in the gridiron frame of mind and cheer on the Falcons!
Atlanta Movie Tours
Recreate Hollywood moments in ATLwood. Television and film industries are bustling in Atlanta and there’s no time like the present to visit ATLwood. Whether it’s The Walking Dead, The Blind Side, Anchorman 2 or one of the many other movies filmed in Atlanta; let Atlanta Movie Tours show you the sites!
Experience a different type of retail therapy. You’ll need a big car for all of the goodies you will bring back home from Atlantic Station! Whether it’s a major retailer or a local boutique look you want, this walkable, outdoor shopping mecca will treat you to serious retail therapy.
ATL-Cruzers Electric Car & Segway Tours
Explore the city from open-air smart cars. Get a first look at Atlanta from the comfort of an open-air smart car (or even a Segway) as your ATL-Cruzers tour guide shows you the ins and outs of Atlanta and its neighborhoods. Choose your favorite stops along the way to help plan the rest of your visit!
Bicycle Tours of Atlanta
Make tracks on the Trail of History. Feel like taking a more active tour? Bring your thirst for knowledge and your inner child to Bicycle Tours of Atlanta as you pedal leisurely to sites both scenic and historic with a knowledgeable and entertaining tour guide.
Centennial Olympic Park
Splash into the Fountain of Rings. Pay homage to Atlanta’s Olympic legacy as you splash through the Fountain of Rings or play tag in the green fields of Centennial Olympic Park, located near the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, Center for Civil and Human Rights and College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience.
Club Chastain at Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Pack a picnic and BYOB for a show. Need ideas for a romantic date night? Pack your picnic basket, grab a bottle of wine and head to Chastain Park Amphitheatre for a night to remember. From rock ‘n’ roll to blues and soul, concerts at Chastain Park Amphitheatre offer something for everyone.
Historic Oakland Cemetery
Lift your spirits with history and mystery. The scenic resting place of more than 70,000 souls, Historic Oakland Cemetery is the oldest of its kind in Atlanta. Visit Civil War soldiers and Civil Rights pioneers, as well as legends like author Margaret Mitchell, golfer Bobby Jones and Atlanta’s first African-American mayor Maynard Jackson.
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
Walk in the footsteps of giants. Visit the birth home of Martin Luther King Jr. and explore his legacy at the King Center. Stand in the footprints of change-makers and civil rights leaders on the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.
Old Fourth Ward Skatepark/Historic Fourth Ward
Ollie from dusk to dawn. Open from the time the sun comes up until the lights turn off at 11 p.m., Atlanta’s first public skatepark, Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark, is designed for skaters of all skill levels. Also enjoy a nearby playground, multi-use athletic fields and seamless access to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail.
Play hooky in Piedmont Park. Not that we condone it but if you’re playing hooky, there’s no better way to spend your day than gallivanting around Piedmont Park, home to the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Lake Clara Meer. Whether you bring the pooch for playtime at the dog park or a book to relax in the grass, this in-town park is the place to be.
Porsche Experience Center Atlanta
Peel out in a Porsche. Push man and machine to their limits at the Porsche Experience Center’s test tracks, specially designed to exhibit the elegance and engineering under the hood while testing you on- and off-road at the Human Performance facility. Experience the power and prestige in the driver’s seat, and refuel with fine dining.
Six Flags Over Georgia
Channel your inner daredevil and yell your head off on the Scream Machine or cool down in Hurricane Harbor, the new waterpark at Six Flags Over Georgia. From heart-pounding rides for the most adventurous to live entertainment for the whole family, Six Flags has you covered for a fun family day.
Wheel around town with a SkyView Atlanta gondola and travel up more than 20 stories for a thrilling view of Atlanta. Once located in Florida and even Paris, the SkyView Ferris wheel is one of the newest additions to the collection of attractions surrounding Centennial Olympic Park.
Stone Mountain Park
Play in mountains of fun. Take a trek through the treetops on SkyHike®, the Summit Skyride or even a real hike to the top of the mountain for beautiful city skyline views. Tour the antebellum plantation or ride around Stone Mountain by train and see the longest running laser show in the world projected on it!
The Historic Marietta Trolley
Tour the town at your own pace. Hop on board a fully narrated 90-minute trolley tour to learn the history and enjoy the stories and legends of Atlanta’s top attractions and historic sites. Step on to discover the must-sees of Atlanta while riding in style on Peachtree Trolley Tours.
Peek at a pair of Pandas. The only giant panda twins in the U.S., Mei Lun and Mei Huan, are twice as adorable and fluffy as you might expect. Come see them and the rest of the Zoo Atlanta family in the historic Grant Park neighborhood. A fun-filled exploration of the animal kingdom awaits, including the Scaly Slimy Spectacular for reptiles and amphibians.
With all the fun offered in this area, get ready to make it your home. Jettlands Manor will be sold to the highest bidder, regardless of price, at a luxury no reserve auction on October 26, 2017. To learn how to claim your paddle for this once-in-a-lifetime event, contact us or call Supreme Auctions at (866) 929-2243 today.