When the numbers were tallied, California came out on top with a score of 63.60. It was followed by Florida, Nevada, New York and Ilinois, in that order, to make up the top five.
Georgia finished No. 20, with an overall score of 37.82. The Peach State ranked No. 17 for entertainment and recreation, but No. 31 for nightlife.
In the relevant metrics, Georgia ranked:
- 12th: restaurants per capita
- 14th: fitness centers per capita
- 19th: amusement parks per Capita
- 23rd: movie theaters per capita
- 28th: golf courses and country clubs per capita
- 29th: performing arts theaters per capita
If you’re planning a getaway to a “fun” state, you might want to avoid West Virginia, which came in last place with a score of just 16.65, and Mississippi, which was just spot higher with a score of 17.43.