5 Adventures To Help You Beat The Georgia Heat This Summer

Stay cool.

Summer in the Peach State can be a scorcher. Even the most adventurous can be tempted to stay inside, turn up the A/C, and hide from the heat and humidity. There’s no need to avoid getting outside if you know where to go. That’s where we come in. These 5 adventures across the state come with nature’s A/C...good ole fashioned swimming. Whether you prefer a swimming hole at the base of a beautiful waterfall or the sandy beaches along the Georgia coast, choose any of these 5 adventures to beat the heat and stay cool this summer.

1. Hike and Swim at High Falls State Park

Photo: Kelley Le

2. Hike to Raven Cliff Falls

Photo: Tiffany Lachner

3. Hike and Swim at Red Top Mountain

Photo: Jeremy Cournyea

4. Hike to Blue Shoals and High Shoals Creek Falls

Photo: Tiffany Lachner

5. Explore Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island

Photo: Cameron Cech

Find more amazing things to do in Georgia this summer at Explore Georgia.

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Published: June 7, 2016

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Please respect the places you find on The Outbound.

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures. Be aware of local regulations and don't damage these amazing places for the sake of a photograph.

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