COVID-19 NOTICE: We’re open as scheduled here at Stone Mountain Park and the team is committed to providing a safe and memorable experience for guests. We take cleanliness and hygiene seriously all-year round but have recently ramped-up efforts to help prevent the spread of germs. That means, thirty (30) additional hand-sanitation stations throughout the park, rigorous and high-frequency deep cleaning of commonly touched surfaces and increased hygiene signage in public and host areas. We’re diligently following guidelines from the CDC on prevention, and strongly encourage guests to do the same prior to visiting.
Recreation & Golf
The Park offers numerous outdoor adventures for all ages. Explore 15 miles of wooded nature trails throughout the Park or walk, jog, or bike the paved route extending 5 miles around the base of the mountain. There's even a 1-mile trail to the summit where you can have a family picnic with breathtaking views. Cast a line and enjoy excellent fishing, or explore our 363-acre lake with available kayak, canoe, and SUP rentals. Challenge yourself on either of our two beautiful championship golf courses complete with pro shop.
Vehicle entry ticket is valid for access to public picnic areas, hiking and nature trails, children's playground, and the Lasershow Spectacular (select nights). Bicycles and pedestrians may enter at no charge.
Located in one of the most popular attractions in Georgia, Stone Mountain Park, just minutes from downtown Atlanta, Stone Mountain Golf Club features two championship golf courses and offers scenic views of historic Stone Mountain and Stone Mountain Lake.
Stone Mountain Park features 15 miles of hiking and walking trails, including the 1 mile trail to the top of the mountain which starts at the Confederate Hall Historical & Environmental Education Center.
Enjoy a family picnic in a beautiful wooded area near the mountain. Public use tables are available on a first come, first serve basis. Public use grills are also available to be shared by several groups.
Walkers, joggers, and bicyclists can circle the mountain on Robert E. Lee Boulevard, a 5 mile loop. Motor vehicle traffic is one-way between Confederate Hall and the Grist Mill so you can enjoy wide dedicated lanes for jogging and biking.