Home to one of only a few train turntables in the United States, Summerville is truly a step back in time for train and history buffs alike. The Steam into Summerville Railroad Days brings festivities to Dowdy Park downtown, culminating with the Rattling Gourd Arts Festival. Artisans abound in the area, such as Jim Marbutt and his woodcarving creations. Nearby Pennville is home to the creation of folk artist Howard Finster’s Paradise Gardens.
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44 Highway 48
Summerville, GA 30747
Located on US Hwy 27 north of Rome, GAVisit Website
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Jan 1, 2015 - Jan 1, 20152800 Sloppy Floyd Lake RdView on Map
706-857-0826Start your New Year off right with a ranger-led hike (one and 1/2 miles) around the Lower Lake to view flora and fauna that call James H. Floyd State Park home. Participants... Find Out More
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