With the holidays upon us, it’s only right that we start making our winter bucket list in order to get in the best and merriest spirit. Between enjoying the best holiday light displays, to going downhill along the longest snow tubing run in Georgia, to finding the best spots for hot chocolate, there really are a ton of ways to get into the holiday spirit. In case you can’t make it to Rockefeller Center in New York City this year, we’re bringing the ice to you. Head on over to Avalon on Ice in Alpharetta, the best outdoor ice skating in Georgia and oh-so-much fun for the entire family.

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If you’re looking for more winter fun in Georgia to put you in the holiday mood, check out these 10 enchanting, magical Christmas towns.

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We’re looking for Christmas towns in Georgia.

There are some wonderful Christmas towns in Georgia, each one offering its own unique take on the holiday season. Among them are:


Check out this article for more Christmas towns in Georgia.


Where can we find holiday light displays in Georgia?

You can find holiday light displays in Georgia almost anywhere. From big cities to small towns, they are among the favorite activities of the season. Consider checking out a few of the following:

  • Lake Lanier, Lakeside Lights Spectacular in Gainesville
  • Six Flags Holiday In The Park in Atlanta
  • Rock City's Enchanted Garden of Lights at Lookout Mountain


For more awesome places, check out this fun and festive Christmas Lights Road Trip itinerary.


Is there anywhere to go skiing in Georgia?

Unfortunately, there is no place to go skiing in Georgia, however, you can go snow tubing at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands which transforms from a beautiful beach into a winter wonderland every year.

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