Lavonia Northeast Georgia Mountains

A few miles from Lake Hartwell, Lavonia boasts an original Carnegie library built in 1911. The folk-life play “The Land of Spirit,” performed annually, is a reflection of the area’ s heritage and culture. Tugaloo Park on Lake Hartwell offers camping, swimming, boating and fishing.
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This historic town is located a few miles from beautiful Lake Hartwell and is home of former Governor Ernest Vandiver. Lavonia is the smallest city in the U.S. with an original Carnegie Library. The downtown is filled with antique shops and delightful restaurants. The Folk Life play, The Land of Spirit Folk is performed each summer and fall by locals and is a reflection of the heritage and culture of the area. It will make you laugh and cry all while touching your heart and reminding you what's most important in life. Tugaloo Park sits on Hartwell Lake and offers camping and cabin rentals along with swimming, boating, and fishing.

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1269 East Main Street
Lavonia, GA 30553

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Phone: 706-356-8202

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