Valentine’s Day Romantic Getaway Ideas
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Located in the Meadowlark Garden area near the Day Butterfly Center, this garden contains a number of varieties of Hydrangeas and companion plants. Peak bloom is usually late May through September. Several benches in the Hydrangea Garden offer a serene environment for quiet reflection.
Did you know? Most Hydrangea flowers are white, but some species can be blue, red, pink, light purple, or dark purple. Color is affected by soil pH levels. Acidic soil (pH below 6) usually produces colors closer to blue, whereas an alkaline soil (pH above 6) produces flower colors closer to pink.
Swimming, Sunbathing, Paddle boarding, and More on Robin Lake
Climb and zip through the trees on this fun forest course
Meet over 1,000 colorful butterflies face-to-face
These colossal crawlers are taking over Callaway Gardens
Discover the strength, speed, and beauty of these magnificent creatures
Explore Callaway’s 2,500 acres by foot or by bicycle
Drink in the beauty of azaleas, hydrangeas, and other woodland wonders
One of National Geographic’s Top 10 Holiday Light Displays
An authentic Georgia outdoor family getaway like no other
Enjoy mouthwatering, chef-prepared cuisine at an array of restaurants
Watch beautiful balloons aglow at this annual event
NEW family-friendly Fall event. Gardens by Day, Glow by Night!
Tournament for the greatest athletes in competitive watersports
Some of the best lake fishing in the southeastern United States