Love is in the air and if you're thinking about popping the question, Macon has some beautiful spots that will make your proposal an unforgettable experience.
Waddell Barnes Botanical Gardens
Located on Middle Georgia State University's campus, the gardens are home to more than 1,600 trees, 2,500 shrubs, and 12,000 plants. Named one of the "13 Most Breathtaking Botanical Gardens in Georgia" by www.vacationsmadeeasy.com, the gardens are the perfect spot for a gorgeous spring or summer proposal.
Coleman Hill Park
If you're looking for a proposal spot with a view, Coleman Hill Park is the place to choose. With breathtaking views of Downtown Macon and plenty of room to set up for your romantic occasion, you're sure to give your sweetie the proposal they've always dreamed of.
Amerson River Park
The Amerson River Park, located on 180 acres of forests, meadows and wetlands, has gorgeous views of the river and its banks. The large river-side pavilion is the prime location for your proposal site. If exploring nature is an important part of your relationship, Amerson Park is a great option.
Dating back to 1847, the Jarrell Plantation is one of the last remaining examples of a vanishing culture with its authentic nineteenth and early twentieth century plantation buildings typical to Middle Georgia. This richly historical area is a unique place to propose and provides a beautiful backdrop for photos of the special occasion.
This National Historic Landmark is described as one of America's Castles and provides a beautiful backdrop for a proposal. From the a music room with a 30-foot clerestory ceiling to the front porch with a fantastic view of Downtown Macon, the Hay House is an option you should put to the top of your list.
So, as you get closer to the big occasion, take these places into consideration and find out why Macon is where love lives.