St. Simons Islanders like any excuse to gather and have a good time—and this charming getaway offers up some of the finest restaurants, musicians and festivals.
Tucked privately and seamlessly under the canopy of oaks and in the midst of marshlands, the Golden Isles offer five-star amenities worthy of worldly travelers.
It’s said that the Golden Isles got its name 400 years ago from Spanish explorers in search of gold.
The island may stretch a mere 12 miles in length, but St. Simons’ rich history runs longer than the Georgia coast on which it rests.
Six Flags Over Georgia, Turner Field, the SkyView Ferris wheel, Georgia Aquarium and Centennial Olympic Park are just a few reasons why you should visit the ATL.
Visit the largest aquarium in the world, get a photo with the Coca-Cola polar bear or stroll through Centennial Olympic Park – all in Atlanta.
Steve and Amy investigate reports of bizarre paranormal activity at a family's 100-year-old house in Blackshear, GA.
Take a thrill ride through America's over-the-top Halloween attractions, including a hair-raising haunted asylum, an all-out run for your life from a zombie horde and a great big pumpkin regatta.
Did you know that tug-of-war was an Olympic sport at the 1900 Games in Paris? See this and more in a look back at the last 116 years of summer Olympics around the world!
Walk the mysterious paths of Bahia State Park, play a life-size game of chess at Little Palm Island Resort and visit the ruins of the Carnegie's Dungeness Mansion on Cumberland Island.