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Let these ideas inspire you with ways to go all out in Columbus, Georgia!

  • Let the Good Times Boil, and Head on Down to the Frogtown Crawfish Festival!

    Love a good boil? OR just like spending the weekend outside with good friends, food, and music? Well, Columbus, Georgia is hosting the 2018 Frogtown Crawfish Festival with two days full of LIVE Louisiana crawfish, food, drinks, music, arts and crafts, games, raffles, giveaways and more! The festival will be Friday May 11th from 6:00pm to 11:30pm and May 12th from 9:30am to 11:30pm. So, head to Woodruff Park in Uptown Columbus to get a little Cajun in your soul. Everyone is welcome to the festival so bring the whole family, even the dogs, and spend your weekend

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  • Chattahoochee River Rafting – Adventure For Every Generation

    Did you know that off the banks of the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, GA, there’s one of the Top 12 Man-Made Adventures in the World? That adventure is called Whitewater Columbus, GA, and it’s the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world. It’s been described as “wild as the Colorado River, and warm as Costa Rica!” Intrigued yet?

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  • Zip Line over the Chattahoochee River

    Know what’s cooler than straddling a state line? Zip lining across one. Do you know the only place in the country where you can zip line across a state line? Here – in Columbus, Georgia.

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  • Spend a Summer Weekend Rafting the Chattahoochee River in Columbus!

    All summer long in the South, families and individuals make their trek down to the beach or to the lake. The heat can get to you and the desire to get cool in water sports and fun is high.

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  • 3 Must-See Museums

    In addition to fantastic local restaurants, boutiques and outdoor adventures, Columbus, Georgia is home to some of the most engaging and well-curated museums in the country. With activities suitable for all age groups, we’ve rounded out the top 3 must-see museums for your Columbus itinerary.

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