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Outdoor Enthusiasts Tribe

Hikes, safaris, canoe trips, quiet beaches, elephant rides ... as long as Mother Nature's along for the ride, so are you. Commune with those who love the outdoors of any kind in our Nature Lovers Tribe.

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Kate Hopkins reviewed:
Kate Hopkins' rating:
Aug 23, 2014
if you can not be awed by the Pacific Ocean pounding away at well run beaches, then you might be dead.
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Natalie-Claire Lyda reviewed:
Centennial Olympic Park
265 Park Avenue West Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Natalie-Claire Lyda's rating:
Aug 23, 2014
Known originally for it's role during the 1996 Olympics, it memorializes the Centennial Games and the near miraculous journey that Atlanta took to become the host city. Two decades later, the park is ... read more
now host to concerts and an outdoor ice skating rink, but many pay homage to the athletic history or it's role in urban green space revitalization. Plan to grab a much-hyped Googie burger before you go to Philips Arena for a game.
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corinne doherty reviewed:
Auberge du Soleil
180 Rutherford Hill Rd., Rutherford, CA 94573
corinne doherty's rating:
Aug 23, 2014
Relaix and chateau group = top notch European style experience. Gorgeous boutique hotel on the top of Rutherford. Exclusive pool scene, large suite bungalow rooms, great patio cafe and restaurant with ... read more
a view of napa. Cafe has a bar with a huge selections of local wine producers and great California cuisine.
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Natalie-Claire Lyda reviewed:
Piedmont Park
1071 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30309-3761
Natalie-Claire Lyda's rating:
Aug 23, 2014
Piedmont Park, in the middle of the city, has been Atlanta's major park for over 110 years. With nearly 200 acres and 25 years of park conservation, there are dozens of activities to do. Visitors can ... read more
take classes, bring their dog, jog on the paved trails, swim, or play bocce ball, and the list goes on. Special events and festivals abound, and parking can be tricky, so visit the website to make sure your visit is as enjoyable as possible! Because the park is central to the city, you won't be at a loss for good food on your way in or out.
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Natalie-Claire Lyda reviewed:
Atlanta Food Truck Park and Market
1850 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA, United States
Natalie-Claire Lyda's rating:
Aug 23, 2014
I once had to stalk my favorite food trucks via social media in order to plan my meals. The food truck coalition has so much talent that the city decided to fence it in, literally! This is where the ... read more
trucks come to park and form a daily festival vibe, and a farmers market on the weekends. You can create a feast from up to ten different trucks on any given day, and you can bring your own cooler full of drinks and snacks. Plan ahead- cash is a must for many trucks, and the Facebook page lists the truck schedules.
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Natalie-Claire Lyda reviewed:
The Beltline
920 Memorial Dr SE
Natalie-Claire Lyda's rating:
Aug 23, 2014
So much more than 33 acres of trails, the Atlanta Beltline project offers 5 parks that are connected by the trails, yoga and aerobics classes, artwork, volunteer opportunities, and lectures. Lace up ... read more
your shoes or grab a bike and head out to explore the urban environmental renewal, but I recommend visiting the website at www.beltline.org to map out your trailhead and route, as well as check to see when you can go to a festival, or sit in on a class.
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Jennifer M reviewed:
Walden Creek Stable
2709 Walden Creek Road, Pigeon Forge, TN 37862
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Aug 23, 2014
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Jennifer M reviewed:
Dollywood
1020 Dollywood Lane, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 37863-4113, USA
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Aug 23, 2014
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Natalie-Claire Lyda reviewed:
Natalie-Claire Lyda's rating:
Aug 23, 2014
The world's largest piece of granite boasts 15 miles of hiking trails, the most famous being the one mile trek to the top of the mountain. The park has activities year-round, including an artificial ... read more
snow park in the winter. Reward yourself after a day of hiking, fishing, or golfing with the laser show that is projected on the historical Confederate monument carving. Plan your visit around the popular festivals, and try to snag a campsite for your stay!
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Natalie-Claire Lyda reviewed:
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
900 Kennesaw Mountain Dr, Kennesaw, Georgia
Natalie-Claire Lyda's rating:
Aug 23, 2014
Spanning nearly 3000 acres, this national park is most famous for it's role in the Civil War. The mountain offers miles of trails for hiking, 12 of which are accessible on horseback. The park visitor ... read more
center is well maintained and has vending machines and clean restrooms. You can also grab a map to guide you to over a dozen sites of battlefield significance. Pay attention to the calendar of events, and the park and surrounding neighborhood play host to many festivals and races.
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