Have a Memorable Sleepover Experience at One of These Awesome Atlanta Locations

Sleepovers aren't just for kids. Check out these awesome Atlanta sleepover experiences for people of all ages.
  • Glamp in style with Georgia Glamping Company at Lake Lanier.
    Glamp in style with Georgia Glamping Company at Lake Lanier.
  • Sleep next to sea life at Georgia Aquarium. (Joleen Pete Photography)
    Sleep next to sea life at Georgia Aquarium. (Joleen Pete Photography)

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, another milestone or just looking to create special memories, these fun sleepovers are sure to be a hit. Animal lovers will enjoy chance to sleep alongside their favorite land or sea creatures. Football fans can immerse themselves in college football culture. We even found unique camping opportunities. Check out this list of awesome Atlanta locations offering memorable sleepover experiences.

  • Sleep Under the Sea at Georgia Aquarium 
    Imagine exploring the aquarium after all the visitors go home, getting special tours and bunking down next to one of the amazing animal habitats. Georgia Aquarium offers a variety of overnight adventures for all members of the family. Book early for this special experience, as the dates fill quickly.

  • Nightcrawlers: Family at Zoo Atlanta 
    Animal lovers of all ages will delight at the opportunity to spend the night among furry, scaly and feathered friends at Zoo Atlanta. Overnights include animal encounters, night visits to the Amphibian and Reptile Experience, private guided tours of the park, zoo admission and more.

  • Overtime Overnight Experience at the College Football Hall of Fame 
    It’s always football season at the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame. Football fans will flip over the opportunity to stay "overtime" and sleep on the field at the College Football Hall of Fame. Expect movies, snacks, breakfast and more.

  • Yurt Stay ‘n Play at Stone Mountain Park 
    Imagine spending the night in a round, fabric covered tent, better known as a yurt. This fun camping accommodation is available at Stone Mountain Park as part of its “Stay and Play” packages, which also include park passes, icees from the camp store and a bundle of firewood.

  • Conestoga Wagon Camping 
    Enjoy a true pioneer experience in a Conestoga wagon at The Rock Ranch. Each wagon is fitted with four sets of bunk beds to accommodate eight campers. There are eight wagons available for large groups. Visit the website for package inclusions and add-ons.

  • Georgia Glamping 
    Glamping is camping in style, without really "roughing it." Get away from technology and get outdoors with your kids or even with gal pals. The Georgia Glamping Company offers luxury and comfort at beautiful Glampsites on Lake Lanier. Sleep in bell tents but enjoy the use of heaters and air conditioning as needed. Add-ons include a two-person kayak, stand up paddleboard, beach cruisers, lifestyle photography sessions and more.

Joleen Pete lives outside Atlanta with her husband and their 5-year-old son. On the weekends they enjoy going into the city for family fun and exploration. Joleen is the professional photographer behind Joleen Pete Photography and lifestyle/family blogger behind Love, Joleen.

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