How to Celebrate Father’s Day 2020 in the Atlanta Area

Father’s Day 2020 Activities in Atlanta, GA 

As long as coronavirus has its grips on the nation, holidays and their related festivities remain a cautious subject. Social distancing guidelines might have you straying from your typical plans, but there are still some activities and opportunities for you to take advantage of . For some ideas, check out our list of activities for Father’s Day 2020 in Atlanta, GA. 

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Explore Atlanta’s Wilderness 

Take a hike! No, seriously! If dad’s the outdoorsy type, you may want to consider planning a day of exploration through the scenic wilderness that surrounds Atlanta. The area is packed with winding trails and views fit for hikers, campers and nature lovers of all types. Interested in what the area has to offer? Check out our list of some hiking spots in the Atlanta area that are available for your to branch out into.  

Gone Fishing 

Hidden in the shadows of Metro Atlanta and speckled throughout the surrounding area are a handful of excellent fishing spots ripe line casting. Grab your gear, get licensed and set out for a family adventure on the water that will make this Father’s Day one for the memory books.  

And if your family happens to be in need of a relaible new vehicle this summer, we welcome you to meet with the team at Akins Ford. We have the largest Ford inventory in the state, and we’re excited to help you find a car that fits your needs at a price that suits your budget! 

Take Advantage of Free Admission 

Chattahoochee Nature Center – This Father’s Day when you visit the Chattahoochee Nature Center, dad’s admission is on the house! Guests will be able to explore the center’s Wildlife Walk and trails, enjoy a picturesque family picnic and participate in a number of on-site programs.  

North Georgia Zoo – Looking for something on the wilder side this Father’s Day? Enjoy the nice weather and prowling wildlife with a family visit to the North Georgia Zoo. This year, Dads get free admission with paid children’s admission. 

Father's Day Hiking