Sat, July 23rd —
Adventure Pass Day 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM
Labor Day Weekend
Stone Mountain Park honors and appreciates our Everyday Working Heroes in a Labor Day Weekend celebration featuring the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision® followed by a special fireworks display on all three nights (Saturday-Monday)!
Challenge yourself on SkyHike®, the nation’s largest adventure course, cool off and play in the spray at Geyser Towers® or soar to the top of the mountain on the Summit Skyride…the adventures are endless!
Stay into the evening for the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision®, newly updated with breath-taking fire effects.Three flame cannons add a punch to the show by sending a trio of flames nearly one-hundred feet into the air. Plus, special new fireworks spray multi-colored bursts and dance on the water at the base of the mountain.
The special fireworks display including a special tribute to all of our hardworking heroes will immediately follow the Lasershow every night September 3-5!
Catch the Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision®! This not-to-be missed Atlanta tradition promises to wow your family with state-of the-art digital graphics and awe-inspiring effects. Experience multi-dimensional magic on one of the world's largest outdoor screens - Stone Mountain.
Take a hike with the wildest bears on Earth! Join YOGI BEAR and BOO BOO as they grab lunch one picnic basket at a time in this 12-minute, action packed 4-D Adventure starring Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake. Fun for the whole family!
The rock's top attraction is The Summit Skyride. This high-speed Swiss cable car provides a stunning view of the Confederate Memorial Carving as it transports guests more than 825 feet above ground to the top of Stone Mountain. From the top, experience amazing views of the Atlanta skyline, the Appalachian Mountains and more up to 60 miles away.
Visit SkyHike to trek through the treetops on one of the nation’s largest family adventure courses. No two hikes are the same! Your choices make each hike a new challenge while secured to the patented overhead safety system.
Exciting outdoor challenges for the entire family including rock walls to climb, plus a low ropes course with multiple line bridges. Camp Highland Outpost is designed and built in partnership with the staff of Camp Highland in Ellijay, GA.
Climb aboard our train with a full size locomotive from the 1940s with open-air cars that will take you on a lively five-mile excursion around the mountain. Marvel at beautiful views of Stone Mountain and the surrounding landscape.
Multiple levels of suspended rope bridges and net tunnels connect you to towering platforms that overlook the gushing geyser. With its sporadic eruptions and multiple offshoots, you can play in the spray or stay high and dry. The options, and the fun, are all yours.
Learn about Stone Mountain Park ?s history in a splashy way with Ride The Ducks?. Check out the only tour where you go from land to water to land again and you never leave your seat! The Duck vehicles are 1940's era Army DUKWs, converted into comfortable open-air vehicles for your viewing and listening pleasure.
The Historic Square at Stone Mountain Park is a collection of original buildings from around the State of Georgia, built between 1793 and 1875. Each structure was moved from its original site and carefully restored to preserve its authenticity and historical value.
Putter around on a miniature golf course based on the real-life adventures of the Great Locomotive Chase. Taking on the perspective of the train’s original crew, you'll make your way through 18 holes in hot pursuit of the stolen General locomotive.
It's harvest time in the barn! Atlanta's most exciting adventure for families and children (primarily ages 5-12), featuring super slides, trampoline floors, climbing structures and over 65 interactive games.
Sacred ground, landmark, refuge, meeting place, home: Stone Mountain has been many things to many people. Discovering Stone Mountain Museum features artifacts and stories that span 12,000 years, from ancient civilizations that lived on the mountain to the present-day park.