Full of natural and cultural wonders, Coastal Georgia
is a traveler's dream destination. Historic cities, small towns, unspoiled beaches and unending scenic beauty can keep visitors mesmerized.
For those who love to spend time outdoors, the… Read More
The I-185 Scenic Byway provides travelers with a view of gently undulating, mixed pine forest terrain as well as numerous opportunities for exploration of the intrinsic qualities found in the local region beyond the limits of the interstate route. Rich cultural and natural attractions may be found… Read More
Pine forests and rolling pastures dominate the views along the Monticello Crossroads Scenic Byway as it runs though Jasper County. This 29-mile byway emphasizes the rural and historic qualities of the area as it follows State Highways 11 and 83 heading north from the City of Monticello. Native… Read More
Georgia is on our mind year-round, but we especially love the Peach State during the spring months. From the delightful weather to the blooming flowers, there is plenty to love about springtime in Georgia!
The Historic Piedmont Scenic Byway follows beautiful Hwy 16 through Putnam and Hancock counties. There are many historic sites along this old Native American trading route, including Rock Eagle, the Uncle Remus Museum, Shoulderbone Mounds, Ogeechee Grist Mill and numerous historic houses and… Read More
From the historic Praters Mill grist mill to the Cohutta Fishery to the top of Fort Mountain, a drive along the Cohutta-Chattahoochee Scenic Byway affords a view of northwest Georgia natural beauty and historic sites. Shop in the downtowns of Dalton and Chatworth, eat at local diners and enjoy the… Read More
The Meriwether-Pike Scenic Byway was approved on March 17, 2005 by the Georgia Department of Transportation. The Byway celebrates the unique legacy of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and retraces some of FDR's favorite routes through Meriwether County, many of which have changed very little in… Read More
The Enduring Farmlands Scenic Byway showcases routes through the historic towns of Hawkinsville, Pineview, Rochelle, and Abbeville, as well as the surrounding countryside. In viewing the peaceful rural character and pastoral landscapes of this 65-mile byway in Pulaski and Wilcox Counties, travelers… Read More
The Jenkins County Scenic Byway forms a thirty mile loop that begins along Cotton Avenue in Millen's Historic District, travels north along State Route 23, passes west along a network of county roadways and leads back into Millen on State Route 17. Located on the route are the historic sites,… Read More