The Ancient Forest In Georgia That’s Right Out Of A Storybook

There aren’t too many places left in the country that are undisturbed. Which is why when we come across a place that would use the term “ancient” in it’s description, it’s hard not to be impressed. This ancient forest in Georgia, for example, is not only a historical wonder, but it’s also stunningly beautiful—almost right out of a storybook. And the best part is, you can visit any time you’d like.

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Fernbank Forest closes daily at 4:30pm, but is open rain or shine. For those who wish to take an educator-led tour of the forest, check the calendar of events by clicking here. If you’re looking to plan a trip to Fernbank Forest, you can use the address below:

767 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Have you ever visited Fernbank Forest before? Share with us your experience in the comments! Or if you’re looking for other nature hideaways in Georgia, take a look at The Hiking Trail Hiding In Georgia That Will Transport You To Another World.