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LaFayette Historic High Country

Often called the 'Queen City of the Highlands,' LaFayette boasts amazing sights, including Rock Town, with its house-size boulders, and the MacLemore Cove/Pigeon Mountain area, some of the most beautiful valley in the region. Civil War history (and maybe a ghost!), live at the Marsh House and historic Chattooga Academy, both built in 1836.
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Often called the "Queen City of the Highlands," LaFayette is the county seat of Walker County and boasts a rich Native American, Civil War and African American history.

From Rock City on Lookout Mountain to the communities of Lafayette and Chickamauga in the valley, the area is still much an undiscovered treasure of natural beauty.

Rock Town, with it's house-size boulders, rivals the formations at Rock City; MacLemore Cove/Pigeon Mountain area is some of the most beautiful valley in the region; and Civil War history (and maybe a ghost!), lives at the Marsh House and Chattooga Academy, oldest brick school in the state of Georgia.

Visitor Information Center

207 South Duke Street
Lafayette, GA 30728

Located on US Hwy 27 in west Georgia, north of Summerville and South of Chickamauga.

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Phone: 706-639-1519

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