How to End the Summer in the City

When you’re living on campus you’re surrounded by so many different attractions that it can get a bit overwhelming when the weekend finally manages to roll around. I’ve narrowed down a few places for you to visit before summer ends:

1. Atlanta BeltLine

Take a nice bike ride (walk, run or jog!) along the BeltLine with some friends!

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2. Take some friends to Centennial Park

Grab a couple pals, some blankets, some food, and have a picnic at nearby Centennial Park.

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3. Explore Downtown

Take a nice walk or rent a Segway to see some of the cool secret sights of Downtown that you usually miss.

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4.Volunteer

Living downtown you get a glimpse of some the rough aspects of the city. Try to get involved when you can and volunteer at some of the local shelters and organizations in the neighborhood.

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5. Six Flags Over Georgia

Guys! It is still open! Go have a good time, ride some cool rides, and just relax. Taking time to relax is going to be crucial as the school year goes on.

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Have any other ideas on how to close out the summer? Leave them in the comments!

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