When you’re in the North Georgia Mountains, the holidays are always circled on the calendar. Every year the mountains come alive with activity as the Christmas season brings joy to the world. If you want to take advantage of all the mountains have to offer this year, make Unicoi State Park & Lodge your family’s holiday destination.
Your next family escape doesn’t have to be the same vacation you’ve taken for years. The Adventure Lodge at Unicoi State Park in the beautiful North Georgia mountains has everything your family needs to break free from the mundane and step into a world where adventure awaits around every corner.
Both adults and children alike are looking for ways to disconnect from worries and anxiety and enjoy small moments of joy, laughter and even learning. Enjoy these coloring pages from Coral Hospitality.
If you find yourself needing a little break from the day-to-day, we invite you to take a virtual 2-minute walk through Unicoi State Park as we travel downstream of Smith Creek to the Kissing Bridge.
The world is looking a little different these days and we are all trying to adapt to a new way of life. Working from home and video conferencing has become a new trend in businesses today.
Spring Break is an exciting time of year. The weather is turning warmer, days are longer, and the sun seems to shine just a little brighter. You have made it through the first part of the year and the kids are itching to get out of school for a week of freedom.
With a lineage that traces its roots back to the time of settlement in the 1830s, Unicoi State Park & Lodge has certainly accumulated a lot of history. Check out our list of the Top 10 Facts about the park and keep them in mind as you gear up for your next trip to our North Georgia mountain retreat.
Just because the weather is cooler this time of year doesn’t mean there’s a shortage of activities at Unicoi State Park & Lodge. Bypass the crowds that usually fill our North Georgia State Park in the summer and take advantage of the tranquil winter months.
Every year, many of us make resolutions. Some of us want to get in shape, others want to use our phones less, and others want to read more books. The things we say we want to do each year are practically limitless, but how many of us accomplish our resolutions?