The temperatures are still a bit chilly early morning and late afternoon, but the Ocoee River opens this weekend for white water rafting. There are rafting tours for beginners to experts, but the minimum age to participate is 12. Check out the particulars through Highlanders.
This is the perfect idea for children, let them be Keeper for a Day-Australia and Carnivores at the Zoo Atlanta on March 16. Children ages 14 and older will have the pleasure of helping the zookeepers with their daily routines. Check it out at zooatlanta.org or call (404) 624-5980.
Maybe a festival is in order for the entire family. The Yellow Pollen Street Festival is March 16 in downtown Hampton. Visit cityofhampton-ga.gov or call (770) 946-4306.
Nature's Trading Post at Sandy Creek Nature Center in Athens will be open March 16 for all who want to trade objects found in nature for points or other nature objects in the Nature Center's collection. Check it out at athensclarkecounty.com or call (706) 613-3615.
Consider visiting one of Georgia's State Parks. There is always so much to do or you could do nothing at all. Where else can a person go to get back to nature for just the price of parking. Bring a bike, take a hike, bring a blanket and take a nap outdoors as the birds sing you to sleep.
Just getting outdoors will improve your health naturally.