Resaca Historic High Country

Resaca is known for its Civil War heritage and battle sites as evidenced by the Resaca Battlefield, Fort Wayne, Atlanta Campaign Pavilion and Resaca Confederate Cemetery, all easily accessible within one mile of I-75.
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  • Resaca Confederate Cemetery

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  • Pavilion

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  • Atlanta Campaign Marker

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  • Fort Way Civil War Historic Site

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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.

Visitor Information Center

330 Walker St.
Resaca, GA 30735

I-75 to Exit #320.

Visit Website

Phone: 706-625-3200

Resaca Trip Ideas & Inspiration

The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.