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Stone Mountain Park

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“train ride”(373 reviews)
“sky ride”(187 reviews)
Stone Mountain Park is Georgia's most visited attraction, drawing nearly 4 million guests each year. With over 3,200 acres of natural beauty, the Park is a unique and fun destination where families and friends can enjoy the outdoors together, while...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
+1 800-401-2407
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Reviewed 10 December 2007

We arrived at Stone Mountain Christmas festival shortly after they opened the venue at 4pm to face a huge line just to ride a tram to get to the park from the parking lot. About a 30 min. wait. Once there, rushed to get to...More

2  Thank Bubbie2
Reviewed 8 August 2007

This was our second trip to Stone Mountain Park; loved it even more the second time, although once for the Laser Show is enough (get there early enough, sit near the sides and get out quickly once it's over). They have added new things and...More

Thank Tenr2th
Reviewed 25 July 2007

When walking around the LONG side walks in the wooded paths there aren't enough signs to point you to the skyride and back to the train ride the duck ride etc. The duck ride is outside the main gate and how aboutthe auto museum sign's...More

Thank Anythingcarz
Reviewed 24 July 2007

Stone Mountain is a huge monolith that juts out of the ground. It is inspiring to see. It is part of a large many, many acre park including Inn, lake and campground. Each area is a bit of a walk from the other areas, but...More

3  Thank PAfamily07
Reviewed 11 June 2007

Campsites #270-271. Not very well kept. Hundreds of old nails around picnic tables, recommend pitching tent close to water which is the only flat place; however, you will need a long extension cord and water hose to do this. Not very well maintained. $8 for...More

2  Thank tonyacl143
Reviewed 30 May 2007

I loved Stone Mountan. I went in September 2005. First, we stopped by and bought some subs for supper for later and packed in into a cooler. I'll tell you why later. We got to Stone Mountain and parked. We watched the fun 4-D movie,...More

5  Thank krissy1028
Reviewed 2 April 2007

This is a great place to find a piece of country n the middle of the city. Located just 15 miles east of Atlanta it is the perfect place for young and old to play. There are plenty of activities including: going to the top...More

4  Thank dragonjulie
Reviewed 12 February 2007

We wished somebody could have told us earlier that it is better if you are driving. We got there by cab and he drop us at the sky train station. Took the cable car up and walk around a very baren and boring summit. Do...More

Thank ikax
Reviewed 13 September 2006

Went to the laster show on September 04 and were disappointed. I don't know what we expected, but it just did not wow us. We would not go back for the show, but there sure were a lot of people there. We came back on...More

1  Thank DAR1234
Reviewed 15 August 2006

Our family spent a day at Stone Mountain Park last week. This included my mother, my husband and me, and our 3 children ages 4, 2, and 1. I was prepared for the high prices, but was kind of disappointed at what they bought. We...More

9  Thank dreamermommy
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4 March 2019|
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Response from nalamountain | Reviewed this property |
You also can park outside and walk into the park. Parking is hard to find unless you go early. Once inside you only have to pay for the other attractions.
26 February 2019|
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Response from CauzIsaid | Reviewed this property |
Ask at the property you will be staying. It may have a service to local attractions. I did see a Uber sign outside the gate at the park. I would contact Uber to see if there is a cut off time for pick up based on the shoes... More
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5 February 2019|
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Response from doinit_family | Reviewed this property |
The cost to get into park includes the carving and the museum as well as walking trails and picnicking.