In a tradition that started with Br'er Rabbit and continues to this day, folks around Eatonton enjoy many a good tale. From the fisherman telling the story of "the one that got away" to a golfer stretching the truth about the length of his drive, to a spinetingler about a ghost who lives in the house next door; the stories abound.
Home to the Uncle Remus Museum and Pulitzer prize winner Alice Walker, Eatonton is located in the heart of Georgia's Lake Country and filled with antebellum homes, boutique shopping and recreation. Stop by the welcome center for information on the all the tourist opportunities in Eatonton-Putnam County.
Take the time to visit us and create your own stories. Whether you come for the fishing, golfing, shopping or historic homes, there is a little something for everyone in the family. It is a time-honored Southern tradition to make visitors feel welcome, and we'd like to think the folks in Putnam County are very good at it.
Visitor Information Center
305 N. Madison Avenue
Eatonton, GA 31024
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Eatonton Travel Guides
Antebellum Trail Guide
Discover the Romance & Beauty of the Old South: Athens, Watkinsville, Madison, Eatonton, Milledgeville, Gray-Old Clinton and Macon
Eatonton: home of Brer Rabbit at the Uncle Remus Museum; antebellum mansions; golf holes; two lakes; and novel The Color Purple, by native Alice Walke
Now through Nov 30, 2014305 North Madison AvenueView on Map
706-923-1655The Old School History Museum will feature a number of new items in its Civil War display beginning in March, including an 1866 U.S. Government Pardon of an Eatonton... Find Out More
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