Pine Mountain, Ga., captures all the charm of a small Southern town, all the excitement and amenities of a city, and all the friendly faces you can imagine. Known for its quaint shops, history and Southern cooking, the area is a vacationer's dream.
Originally named Chipley, the town began in 1882 when the railroad spread to Pine Mountain from Columbus. The Pine Mountain area has emerged into a primary tourism location, greatly due to the efforts of President Franklin Roosevelt and Callaway Gardens' Cason Callaway.
Today, Pine Mountain serves as the gateway to the 14,000-acre Callaway Gardens. Guests also can experience Georgia's largest State Park, F.D. Roosevelt State Park, the Pine Mountain Antiques Mall, a Wild Animal Safari, plenty of recreational attractions, the quaint shops in downtown Pine Mountain, Franklin Roosevelt's Little White House in nearby Warm Springs, or plan a day trip to nearby locations - the choice is yours!