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.
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.
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305 N. Madison Avenue
Eatonton, GA 31024
Just an hour east of Atlanta! Take I-20 to 441 South for 20 minutes.Visit Website
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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
May 17, 2016 - May 17, 2016305 North Madison Ave.View on Map
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