Callaway Gardens Day Trip

Heading to Pine Mountain on your next family vacation? Need some ideas for a fun and exciting day trip? Callaway Gardens is the answer you have been looking for! With a wide variety of activities from a zip line to fishing and boating, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy, so head to Callaway Gardens for an amazing day!

1. Tree Top Adventure

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Take your love of the outdoors to new heights on this exciting course of zip lines and other high-flying challenges deftly woven into the natural forest. TreeTop Adventure reaches more than 3,000 feet across, soars up to 70 feet, and features 10 zip lines.  The base Discovery Course features 5 zip lines and 20 more obstacles of ladders, wires, logs, discs, and netting, each requiring a balancing act that must be meticulously executed in order to reach the next challenge or zip line. The new Lake Course, added March 2013, includes 5 zip lines, now over water, and four obstacles.

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2. Bicycling & Nature Trails

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The Discovery Bicycle Trail is a wide, paved surface that goes for 10 miles through the beautiful outdoors, with stops at all of our attractions. The path has numerous entry points, giving all guests an opportunity to explore as much of the Gardens as they like on two wheels.

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3. Beach & Water Sports

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Robin Lake is not only home to the Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament each May, it’s a playground for water sports enthusiasts of all skill levels. Whether you enjoy skiing, wakeboarding or just skimming along on an oversized tube, you’ll love a thrilling ride on this scenic 65-acre body of water as you’re towed behind a world-class Nautique ski boat. Not quite up to skiing by yourself? We can send an instructor out to accompany you on the water.

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4. Nature & Wildlife

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Regardless of when you visit Callaway Gardens, you’re sure to see some form of exotic wildlife.  APRIL: Ruby-throated hummingbirds arrive from their overwintering grounds in Mexico and Central America. Watch for them nectaring on azaleas.

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5. Fishing & Boating

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Some of the best fishing in the Southeastern United States is found within the beauty of Callaway Gardens. Our 13 lakes are known for trophy-sized bass, and several lakes are seasonally stocked with rainbow trout. Kingfisher Outfitters, overlooking Mountain Creek Lake, stocks an excellent selection of rods and reels, flies, clothing, accessories, gift items and more.  Bonus:  Callaway Garden lakes are private and do not require a fishing license.

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