Pine Mountain, Ga., captures all the charm of a small Southern town, all the excitement and amenities of a city, and all the friendly faces you can imagine. Known for its quaint shops, history and Southern cooking, the area is a vacationer's dream.
Originally named Chipley, the town began in 1882 when the railroad spread to Pine Mountain from Columbus. The Pine Mountain area has emerged into a primary tourism location, greatly due to the efforts of President Franklin Roosevelt and Callaway Gardens' Cason Callaway.
Today, Pine Mountain serves as the gateway to the 14,000-acre Callaway Gardens. Guests also can experience Georgia's largest State Park, F.D. Roosevelt State Park, the Pine Mountain Antiques Mall, a Wild Animal Safari, plenty of recreational attractions, the quaint shops in downtown Pine Mountain, Franklin Roosevelt's Little White House in nearby Warm Springs, or plan a day trip to nearby locations - the choice is yours!
Visitor Information Center
101 E. Broad Street P.O. Box 177
Pine Mountain, GA 31822
Free Georgia Travel Guide
The state's official Travel Guide is your complete resource to planning a vacation in Georgia. Find trip ideas, attractions, dining, events, activities, accommodations, map, travel resources and much more.
Phone: 1-800-VISIT GA (847-4842)
Pine Mountain Travel Guides
Adopt-A-Raptor - Callaway Gardens
Callaway Gardens' Birds of Prey program is presented with the permission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Since its debut in 2000, the program has helped educate more than 1 million visitors about man's impact on raptors and other forms of wildli
Callaway Gardens Brochure
General Brochure with legacy information and the mission. Callaway Gardens, a man-made landscape in a unique natural setting, was conceived and created by Cason J. Callaway and his wife, Virginia Hand Callaway, for the benefit of mankind.
The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.