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Georgia tourist attractions guide. Georgia is a beautiful place to live or visit. Our year round mild seasons allow us to enjoy family recreational activities any time of year. We feature Metro Atlanta, North Georgia Mountains, Georgia Coast, South Georgia and Central Georgia tourist attractions. Find it all here! If you have a favorite outdoor or indoor activity, browse our listings. On any day you will find special Georgia tourist attractions and event you will find interesting. There is always fun things to do in Georgia today!

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Dicks Creek Gap

Appalachian Trail at Dicks Creek Gap Dicks Creek Gap access point is off of Hwy 76 10 miles east of Hiawassee traveling towards Clayton, Georgia. The trail is marked on the highway as a picnic spot on the north side […]

Cane Creek Falls View

Cane Creek Falls

  The Spectacular Cane Creek Falls Cane Creek Falls is a beautiful natural waterfall located in a Dahlonega forest of contemplation. It is located on the properties of the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. It’s stewardship of […]

Elisah Winn House Sign

Who was Elisha Winn?

  Who was Elisha Winn? Elisha Winn was born in Lunenburg, Virginia in 1777. Married to Judith Cochran, they had 13 children. From 1815 to 1817, Winn was Justice of Inferior Court in Jackson County. From 1820 to 1825, he […]

Blairesvilllla Historic Courthouse

Blairesville Georgia

  Top of Georgia – Blairesville The Blairesville Georgia region was once home to the Cherokee Indians. That changed in 1820 when gold was discovered in the region. In 1832 Georgia had a Land Lottery and settlers came to the […]

Welcome to Bowman Georgia

Bowman Georgia

  City of Bowman Georgia Locals know Bowman Georgia as a “Well rounded community!”. This is certainly a great description of this town close to the Georgia/South Carolina border. It is also a city with one more special feature, the […]

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Tallulah Gorge State Park

East Coast Grand Canyon, Tallulah Gorge It is known the world over as a natural wonder. In July of 1970, 30,000 people witnessed Karl Wallenda cross 1/4 mile cable from one side to the other without a net or security […]

Front view of old pickins county jail

Old Pickins County Jail

  1906  Pickins County Jail The old Pickins County jail was built to replace the old rock jail that stood behind the courthouse. The Rock jail had replaced the first County Jail, a two-story log building. Dr William B. Tate […]

Jekyll Island History

Jekyll Island Georgia Historic District

Jekyll Island is 7 1/2 miles long. Occupied by the Guale Indians who called the area Ospo, the island was a popular hunting and fishing site. The Spaniards took over in the 15th century. Learn more about this amazing place. […]

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Mountain Life Museum

  Mountain Life Museum in Blairesville Georgia Operated by the Union County Historical Society, the Mountain Life Museum is open Thursday through Saturday from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. It is located one block south of the City of Blairesville […]

Elberton Granite Museum Sign

Elberton Granite Museum

  Elberton Granite Museum The small town of Elberton, Georgia’s main claim is that it is the “Granite Capital of the World”. While that claim may be disputed by international granite producers, the town does have a quaint museum dedicated […]

Elberton Georgia Courthouse

Elberton Georgia

Granite Capitol of the World! Elberton Georgia is the county seat for Elbert County. It is known as the Granite Capital of the World. One third of all granite monument stone come from this Georgia city. It is a working […]

Carlton Georgia Fountain

Carlton Georgia

City of Carlton Georgia Driving along Georgia’s rural highways you frequently pass through towns like Carlton Georgia.  You blink, you can miss them! There are only a few old buildings along the road except for the post office. Across the […]

Welcome to Bowman Georgia

Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens

Enjoy this 52 acre botanical garden Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens. Visitors can sign-in at the Visitor Center and pick up a self-guided tour map. Dogs on a leash are welcome, but please clean up after them. The most historically […]

Sandy Bottom Recreational Area sign

Sandy Bottoms Recreational Area

  Sandy Bottoms Recreational Area Hidden away in the north Georgia mountains is a hidden retreat called Sandy Bottoms Recreational Area. This beautiful area has tall north Georgia mountains with the Toccoa River running through the scenic tall mountains that […]