This Black Friday, chose waterfalls over online malls by joining the #OptOutside movement. Created by retailer REI, the national initiative encourages Americans to improve their well-being through outdoor experiences. Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites have plenty of trails and lakes to provide inspiration. An added bonus is working off that pumpkin pie, plus state parks are open Thanksgiving Day as well. Below are five ways to #OptOutside and breath in fresh air.
Anticipating more than 5,000 users each year, state lawmakers, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Deputy Commissioner Walter Rabon, and Chattahoochee Hills Mayor Tom Reed, and others today dedicated a new boat ramp giving boaters, paddlers and anglers significantly improved access to the Chattahoochee River.