As we approach warmer weather, everyone is ready to get active outside. Here are some of our favorite outdoor activities in Atlanta that we recommend when you’re done working from home!
Bike The Beltline
Download our “Bike the Beltline” guide for our favorite spots along the Beltline here: Bike The Beltline. Founded in 2005, this urban redevelopment program is the catalyst for making Atlanta a global hotspot for urban living. Featuring 33 miles of active trails, the Beltline is home to many of Atlanta’s most popular attractions and restaurants including Ponce City Market & New Realm Brewing. To learn more about the future plans for the Beltline, view their project goals here: https://beltline.org/the-project/project-goals/
Grab some friends and brews and enjoy this classic summer game that everyone is bound to have! If you don’t have a set of Cornhole boards, they are fairly easy to make. Check out this project from The Home Depot: Cornhole DIY Plans.
If you haven’t played Spikeball, you’re missing out. This relatively new game is a twist on volleyball that was featured on Shark Tank and is played with two teams! If you want to check it out, take their quiz here: https://spikeball.com/pages/spikeball-kit-quiz
This classic game is easy to pick up and less intensive than tennis. It’s typically played with singles or doubles and is a popular backyard hit! You can pick up a badminton set online or your local sporting goods store for around $100.
Frisbee – but sometimes called flying disc – is a fun recreational sport that consists of throwing and catching between one or two players or teams. At your next outing at Piedmont Park, remember to pack your frisbee for a simple and friendly game!
Another take on frisbee is Disc Golf. To learn more about Disc Golf, click here: Disc Golf Rules.
Another fan favorite for your next backyard BBQ, Ladder Ball is an easy, competitive game to play with the family! The concept is to toss the bolas onto the game ladder to earn points based on where you land with a goal of reaching 21 points.
If you’re looking for ways to bring the outdoors inside, check our blog on biophilia here: 3 Ways to Incorporate Biophilia in your Office.