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    2014 I finally made it to the top of Stone Mountain! Amazing View and feeling of accomplishment. Go early. Pack Light. Make sure you’re battery is charged on your cellphone (to take pics). Not ready to hike the stone? Walk around it 🙂

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    I’m lucky enough to live about an hour from the park. Besides the dreadful drive through Atlanta, which everyone JUST LOVES, the destination is worth it. Being my redneck self, I enjoy the museums, and the carving, and nature more so than the concrete jungle they have added since I’ve been going. Of course, its cool to do the rope course, if you wanna crap your pants on the third level, but in my opinion this is the best state park in the country!

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    I’ve been here many times over the last 25 or so years – I have to admit I’m not thrilled with some of the ‘improvements’ that have been made in recent years. Some of the old cool stuff is gone (the old diorama of the war in Georgia that used to reside in the Confederate Hall for starters) and they’re charging now for most of the new stuff that replaced it; but still overall it’s a nice park. I was just there over Memorial Day weekend and as a veteran was given a ‘Adventure’ pass (that pretty much gets you on or in everything in the park) for free. (Also got a discount on one for my mate!)

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    I come here for the walking trails. The Cherokee train is the road less traveled cause the sidewalks around the mountain can get pretty crowded with walkers & joggers. I love being next to the lakes and shaded by the trees

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    well it was winter, cold, and just after the memorial hall had closed. The place was empty, when you consider size to car ratio. However I make the best of everything I can. For me it looked like a big theme park in the making. Looks kinda like a Disney land with some history and a big rock in the middle! Well they are building and building and it has huge parking lots. I will bet this place is really a happening in the summer! The ten bucks for parking entry, made me flinch, oh well, I am in GA and want to see this big rock carving. Well even though things were all closed the prices for the daily pass to all rides was 25 plus bucks. So this is why it looks like a wanna be theme park. The History displays I could see were done in very good taste and the size of the rock and carving are really to large to take in. It is an impressive and huge park and worthy of a visit and personal evaluation. Enjoy your visit.