Home to one of only a few operating train turntables in the United States, Summerville is truly a step back in time. Steam into Summerville Railroad Days runs October - mid-November, bringing weekend festivities to the Summerville Depot area each wekend. Artisans, entertainers, and food vendors are on hand for the arrival of the TVRM Steam Engine Passenger Trains. Beginning Thanksgiving weekend, the Summerville Santa Special Christmas Trains board from the Summerville Depot, offering a magical train adventure with Santa and his elves. Ticket information can be found on the website beginning in the fall.
Campers and outdoorist may want to visit Sloppy Floyd State Park, located just outside of the city. Those inspired by art will find world renowned folk artist Howard Finster's Paradise Garden a magical adventure.This is an attraction that folk art fans will not want to miss. Finster Fest, a celebration of folk art, Howard's art and the garden is held each year on Memorial Day weekend.
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120 Georgia Avenue
Summerville, GA 30747
Located on US Hwy 27 north of Rome and south of LaFayetteVisit Website
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Summerville Travel Guides
Summerville is a city very proud of its small town atmosphere, excellent location for outdoor activities, no property taxes, abundant water resources and utilities. It is a safe and healthy community known for its local festivals, park activities, and annual holiday events.
Sep 24, 2016 - Sep 24, 20162800 Sloppy Floyd Lake RoadView on Map
706-857-0826Enjoy a day on the water with the kids' fishing event and canoe instruction. On land, a live reptile show will be offered. Children can learn more about hunter's safety... Find Out More
Oct 15, 2016 - Nov 5, 20162800 Sloppy Floyd Lake RoadView on Map
706-857-0826The hills of NW Georgia use to be rich with mining operations in the 1960's and 1970's. Join a ranger led hike to the old Marble Mine and discover the history that lies... Find Out More
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