Rome-Area Hiking and Walking Trails

Stay close to Rome… Berry College Recreation (and trails) *Please note that Berry College is currently CLOSED to visitors during the COVID-19 CRISIS. You can’t go wrong when you explore the largest contiguous campus in the world. Popular trails are –Viking trail (3.47 miles one-way, paved) –House o’ Dreams (2.5 miles one-way, moderate-strenuous) –Reservoir (start…

Myrtle Hill Cemetery Tree Tour

Several months ago, I wrote a guest blog post for the Rome Georgia Office of Tourism.  We’re all looking for ways to teach our kids, get outside, and explore while maintaining distance, so I thought I’d share again with a link to the original post. Check out the Myrtle Hill Cemetery Tree Tour with Kids!

Help Support Moms-to-Be During COVID-19

“During a pandemic, out-of-hospital birth is essential to minimizing transmission, maintaining health, and efficiently utilizing medical resources. Midwives who specialize in out-of-hospital birth should be involved in emergency planning for maternity care during a pandemic.”     -Foundation for Advancement of Midwifery Rome (and the state of Georgia) needs to step up in the care and options…

Outdoor Fun Around Rome

Northwest Georgia is a beautiful place to get out and explore. Whether you’re looking to wander a nature trail, paddle the rivers, or sit back and enjoy the land, adventures await you in Rome and it’s surroundings! [Update: Find more about local hikes and trails here] Berry College Recreation (and trails) You can’t go wrong…

Join Our Team!

If you want to contribute to a community and help other parents, we want YOU to join our Rome GA with Kids Team! I started the Rome GA with Kids website and social media pages because I felt Rome parents needed an easier way to connect and find kid-friendly information. What I’ve found is that…