Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain Park

Encompassing 3,200 acres of natural beauty, Stone Mountain Park offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities, structured field trips, and seasonal festivals for student groups. Built around the world’s largest piece of  exposed granite (called a monadnock), the park provides a breath-taking setting for ecology, geology, history, and social studies lessons. Visitors can ascend 825 feet into the Appalachian Mountains, explore an 18th century town, plantation and farmyard, attend a presentation at the 4D theater, or take the scenic railroad.

Other options for groups on site include the museum at Memorial Hall, the Geyser Towers, and craft demonstrations featuring glass blowing and candy making. With a perfect mix of education and excitement, Stone  Mountain Park offers a unique experience for all. A picnic lunch will be provided.