Imagine a time when families strolled the sidewalks and hiked the nature trails through the nation's oldest state park on their quest for a taste of the healing waters of the natural spring. Imagine nature lovers riding up on their bikes to cool down with a dip in the falls. Imagine the young and old journeying several days to tour the Indian Spring Hotel, the historic site where the lives of so many Native Americans were changed forever. Imagine the faces of the little ones, then and now, as they buy sweets and ice cream, plant a seed, shop in an old-fashioned country store. Imagine visitors who are still enjoying the gardens and the natural splendor that were once enjoyed by people who arrived on a stagecoach. Come visit the "off-the-beaten-path" state park and its surrounding attractions for a relaxing day away from the crowds. Enjoy a leisurely day at Jackson Lake boating, skiing, fishing or just hanging out.
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625 West Third St. Ste. 6
Jackson, GA 30233
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Oct 8, 2016 - Oct 8, 20161807 Hwy 42 SouthView on Map
770-775-3313The public is invited to bring their artifacts to be identified and dated by members of the Ocmulgee Archaeological Society, who will be on hand to identify Native American... Find Out More