Surrounded by cotton fields, Rutledge's historic district is only a half-block square and is virtually unchanged since the heyday of the railroad. Tucked away less than three miles from I-20, the city was founded in 1871 and offers visitors quaint shops, dining and outdoor entertainment all within an easy walk of the town park. It was recently listed by Southern Living as a great spot to get off I-20 and get delicious food.
Visitor Information Center
I-20 Exit 105
Rutledge, GA 30663
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Jun 4, 2016 - Jun 4, 20165 Hard Labor Creek RoadView on Map
706-557-3001Join Environmental Outreach Coordinator, Linda May, for this nighttime symphony performed by a host of nocturnal creatures on Lake Rutledge after dark. Frogs, crickets... Find Out More
The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.