If your kid loves video games as we do, they probably want to just sit inside and play video games – and honestly, we would too! It’s important for your child’s health to find a balance between being inside and going outside for exercise. So, get your kids outside and get them moving. Check out these cool places around Atlanta where your child can explore, have fun, and learn.
Centennial Olympic Park
The Centennial Olympic Park serves as Georgia’s lasting legacy of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, and it breathes new life into the surrounding residential and commercial areas. It also anchors many other popular Atlanta attractions like the Georgia Aquarium and College Football Hall of Fame.
The 22-acres of green space makes this park ideal for children’s outdoor activities. Take your kids on the Audio Walking Tour that features trivia, history, music, and interviews – just download the app onto your phone. Or, let your kids play in the Fountain of Rings and stay for the four unique daily water shows.
Chattahoochee Nature Reserve
Experience the beauty and wonder of Georgia’s nature. The Chattahoochee Nature Reserve is a nature lover’s dream. There are six hiking trails that feature plenty of plant and wildlife. Also, there are three gardens to walk: Native, Unity, and Butterfly. If you really want your kids to enjoy the outdoors, Chattahoochee Nature Reserve’s Camp Kingfisher day-camp arranges an unforgettable summer of hiking, swimming, canoeing, and learning!
GameTruck Atlanta LaserTag
Is your child a first-person shooter fanatic – Far Cry, Call of Duty, Fortnite? Then they love the thrill of working as a team. They’re an expert at tactics. They thrive on competition. Well, GameTruck Atlanta can put them IN the game! Don’t worry, safety is the #1 priority.
We take care of all the details. Any yard, park, or playground turns into a fierce battleground for up to 10 players. That tree? It now provides cover from enemy fire. This unique experience recreates the thrill of video games while getting your children off the couch. Talk about a win-win!
Stone Mountain Park
Stone Mountain Park is only a 30-minute drive outside of the city. This place has everything! Here’s a list of their coolest outdoor activities: Farmyard, pet the animals, learn about their behavior, and watch goats do tricks. Great Locomotive Minature Golf, a train-inspired 18-hole miniature golf course. It’s sure to be a hit! Geyser Tower, a wet adventure of rope suspension bridges, tunnels, and platforms surrounding a huge geyser. Don’t forget to bring a towel!
The first thing to know about Zoo Atlanta is its unreal origin story! Outside of Marietta in March of 1889, a traveling circus ran into financial problems which caused the workers to abandon the animals. People continued to visit them so frequently that a local businessman purchased all the animals at an auction and moved them to Grant Park.
Now, you can bring your family to walk around the 40 acres and see over 1,500 animals representing 220 species! There are also daily experiences including kid-friendly activities and wild encounters. So, not only is Zoo Atlanta a great place to be outside, but it’s also a great place for kids to learn.
Get Outdoors with GameTruck Atlanta
Been to all these cool spots already? Then let GameTruck Atlanta bring the party to you. We can get your children outdoors and moving with a fun WaterTag or LaserTag party. Request a free quote here or call us at (866) 253-3191 today!