On our current visit to Atlanta, I am trying to take my kids to places we have yet to explore, so when I received an invitation to check out the new Geyser Towers at Stone Mountain, I was thrilled. Born and raised in Atlanta, I am always eager to revisit places and attractions that I loved as a child, and Stone Mountain was one of them. I have vivid memories of climbing the mountain to the summit, watching the dazzling lazer show at night, picnics with my family on park benches, heading to the park’s beach and water slides. I was eager to visit this new attraction.
– Location: Crossroads
– Cost: Included in One-Day Adventure Pass and the Mountain Membership.
– Minimum Height Requirement: 32 inches
– Companion Information: Guests between 32 inches and 40 inches tall must be accompanied by a chaperone age 16 or older.
– Wheelchair Accessible.
To say that my kids enjoyed this is an understatement. They ran up and down, stood over the geysers and soaked themselves and went back for more. Of course, I should have brought a change of clothes for my son after we went on the Geyser. As it started to rain, I realized his shirt wouldn’t be drying up anytime soon and we headed to home. Nonetheless, my kids were satisfied from their day at Stone Mountain, and so was I.
Disclosure: I was engaged by a publicist at Edelman and provided with comp tickets to experience the Geyser Towers with my children, but all opinions are my own.