Labor Day Weekend at Stone Mountain Park

Every city has annual holiday traditions that evoke the spirit of the city and are synonymous with fun, family and festive activities. This Labor Day weekend, one of the most popular Atlanta traditions takes place at Stone Mountain Park, where you can expect a host of events that not only celebrate the holiday, but provide the backdrop for even more memories to be made on this very festive occasion. Beginning September 1st-3rd from 10:30am-7pm, pack up the family, loved ones or even set out on your own to make new friends and head down to Stone Mountain Park for a spectacle like nothing you've ever seen.

To make the most out of this three day affair, the best thing to do is make your trip an all-day event. This is a great way to see a little of everything. You can't miss a beat! According to a Stone Mountain spokesperson, there are the classic attractions that Atlantans have come to know and love, as well as brand new ones that are sure to become favorites.

The official statement reads, "Come out and enjoy all of our exciting attractions including the all-new Geyser Towers, a first and only adventure of its kind featuring multiple levels of suspended rope bridges and net tunnels connected to towering platforms that overlook a gushing geyser. Go for an adventure in the tree tops on Sky Hike, one of the nation's largest adventure courses. For an unprecedented view of the Atlanta Skyline, hop aboard the Summit Skyride." The big finish of the Stone Mountain Labor Day weekend extravaganza is the breathtaking Lasershow spectacular that begins promptly at 8:30pm.

Admission to the three-day event is as follows: Daily Adventure Pass is $28 for adults, $22 for children; Family Value Pass is a 30% off value at $125 and includes four Adventure Passes, meals and unlimited drinks, finally the Gold Family Value Pass includes four Adventure Passes, meals, unlimited drinks and VIP Lasershow terrace seats for $155. For more information visit http://festivals.stonemountainpark.com/mini-section/default.aspx?id=122 /. For more information about the author, Danielle Jennings, please visit my Google+ profile page.