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The total driving distance from Charlotte, NC to Atlanta, GA is 244 miles or 393 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Charlotte, North Carolina. It ends in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Driving from Charlotte to Atlanta is easy on I-85. There’s only one exit after 240 miles on the road. This route is suitable for parents planning a road trip with young kids or for anyone who likes easy access between two major cities.
Atlanta is home to the famous World of Coca Cola, CNN Center and Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. After a day of exploring the top attractions in Atlanta, finding a nice neighborhood playground may be a great place to hang out with the kids.
Centennial Olympic Park’s playground is located by the Georgia Aquarium entrance in the heart of Atlanta. It is accessible to kids of all age groups and physical capabilities.
Chastain Memorial Park is Atlanta’s largest park and the best place for concerts. The 5-acre playground located near Lenox Mall has a wooden obstacle course with slides, jungle gym and swings.
Morgan Falls Overlook Park is located at the end of Morgan Falls Road, Sandy Springs, just outside the city center. Morgan Falls has a short hiking trail, rock climbing wall, huge playground with a large spider web suitable for climbing and beautiful view of Bull Sluice Lake.
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