Resaca is a small town in northern Gordon County known for the Battle of Resaca that was fought during the Civil War. A battle reenactment is held each year the third weekend in May. It is also home to Georgia's First Confederate Cemetery, the burial place of over 450 confederate soldiers; Fort Wayne Civil War Historic Site; an Atlanta Campaign Marker; and Faith Baptist Camp, a Baptist campground that holds three camp meetings each year which is attended by hundreds of people across the United States.
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330 Walker St.
Resaca, GA 30735
I-75 to Exit #320.Visit Website
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Battle of Resaca-Reenactment
The first major military encounter of the Atlanta Campaign occurred in Resaca. See it relived through this historic reenactment.
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