Spring Break from Atlanta: 5 Great Destinations Within a Driving Distance

Spring break is not so far away and it’s never too soon to start planning your spring break with kids. For those who wants to enjoy a weekend getaway on a budget, there are many options for a quick getaway that within a driving distance and won’t break your budget. We chose 5 great destination for your spring break trip from Atlanta.

5 Great Spring Break Destination from Atlanta

Asheville, NC

A quick 4 hour trip from Atlanta and you will be in the town surrounded by mountain and good food. Asheville offers a vast options for family to enjoy for a weekend or longer stay. Surrounded by nature, families can enjoy hiking, biking and various outdoor activities. And if you are not the outdoorsy type, there are still plenty of cultural and fun activities for the whole family. Check out our post on weekend escape from Atlanta: Asheville, NC for detail on things to do with kids in Asheville, places to stay and great food to eat.

Chattanooga, TN

For less time to drive to Chattanooga than waiting in line at the post office to get your passport, you and your family will be able to enjoy many family friendly things that Chattanooga has to offer. The children’s museum and the Tennessee Aquarium in downtown are a must-see for most visitor. Just a bit outside the city limit, you will be able to enjoy nature at the Rock City atop Lookout Mountain. See our detail post on Chattanooga for the Weekend for more information on things to do, places to stay and kid-friendly restaurants.

Columbia, SC

Another great town right next to Georgia border. With less than 4 hour drive, you will be able to enjoy a weekend at this town with one of the best Children’s museum we have visited. Spring and Summer is a great time to enjoy outdoor activities from hiking/biking along the Three Rivers Greenway to canoeing at Congaree National Park. All year round, kids will enjoy a visit to the South Largest Children’s Museum – EdVenture Children’s Museum and the South Carolina State Museum. Find more information to plan your weekend escape to Columbia SC from Atlanta with detail on things to do, family accommodation and kid-friendly restaurants.

Destin, FL

Getaway from the city to the beach at this white sand beach town. The drive will take about 6 hours but it’s well worth it once you get there. There are many things to do with kids that you will want to stay longer than just a weekend. Spring break might be a tad cold for the beach time but don’t let that stop you from planning a weekend getaway to Destin. There are plenty of other activities for kids and the whole family to enjoy.

Helen, GA

For the shortest distance, you can getaway to the mountain and enjoy hiking in the park. Just skip over the cheesy part in town and you can enjoy a fun day out in the mountain and Unicoi State park. But I personally like the cheesy part in town. It is a fun thing to do to walk around this Bavarian inspired village and check out all the shops. Plan your spring break to Helen with this post to help with information on things to do, places to stay and yummy food to try.

Check out each destination from our Weekend Escape series on fun things to do with kids, where to stay and what to eat.

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  1. My family and I were looking forward to going to Destin for spring break but the weather is suppose to be rainy with t-storms. Are there things to do in Chattanooga, TN that are maybe indoors? The weather is suppose to be bad there too :(

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