Most People Don’t Know These 10 Hidden Spots In Georgia Exist

1. Talluah Gorge

Here is the beautiful Tallulah River at the bottom of Talluah Gorge. This river is over 47 miles long and begins in Clay County, North Carolina. In Georgia, this river is located in Raburn County and Habersham County. This Georgia gem is perfect for a summer hike!

2. The Big Oak in Thomasville, GA

Visit this majestic oak tree which is located on the corner of Crawford St. and Monroe St. in Thomasville, Georgia. This tree is one of the first to be registered with the Live Oak Society, and is one of the largest oak trees east of the Mississippi River.

3. Altamaha River

This major Georgian river is one of the few rivers located entirely within one state. That's right, this river is all of Georgia's to claim! It's 470 miles long and flows out through Brunswick, Georgia into the Atlantic Ocean.
4. Noah’s Ark Rehabilitation Center in Locust Grove, GA
If you're looking for some great fun for the family, try taking them to Noah's Ark in Locust Grove, GA. They have a large playground not to mention all of the cool animals they get to see!
5. Panning for Gold at Pine Mountain, 1881 Stockmar Rd, Villa Rica, GA 30180
Strike it rich at Pine Mountain! Ok--you may not become rich but you'll sure have a good time! Enjoy a train ride through Pine Mountain and pan for gold and gems.
6. FDR’s Little White House in Warm Springs, GA , 401 Little White House Rd, Warm Springs, GA 31830
Visit FDR's favorite place, the Little White House in Warm Springs, Georgia. Go see a theater and stagecoach display at this historic site.
7. Martha Berry Museum and Oak Hill, 24 Veterans Memorial Highway, Rome, GA 30161
Learn the story of Martha Berry and Berry College at this historic house and museum. Martha was the founder of Berry College and the museum features an art gallery and temporary exhibitions.
This Georgia state park is over 2,500 acres and is located 15 miles away from Atlanta. This beautiful park is named after the Sweetwater Creek which runs through the park.
Georgia is known for being deer country! You can take your kids to go pet and feed the deer at Amicalola Deer Park. During the Christmas season, kids can take a sleigh ride to Santa's cabin, feed Santa's deer, and take pics with Santa!
Piedmont Park was not always the great park we know today! In 2006, the Atlanta City Council launched a huge restoration. Thanks to that plan we now have a greener park and beautiful facilities. Some renovated features of the park include the aquatic center, magnolia greenway, legacy fountain, oak hill, the Piedmont dog park and more!



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