• Pasaquan, Buena Vista, GA.  Eddie Martin, or St. Eom as he called himself, spent the last 30 years of his life transforming this patch of farmland into an International Folk Art Landmark.  This is on CNN's 16 places to visit in 2016.  Google 'Pasaquan' and read the story of St. Eom.  You'll be intrigued, I'm sure!  www.pasaquan.com

  • Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GA.  Spanning 6500 acres, this bucket list attractioin features the Day Butterfly Center, the Sibley Horticultural Center and the Callaway Discovery Center.  There's a Zip Line and Treetop Adventure if your 'up' to it.  And save time to visit all the unique shops located in town. www.callawaygardens.com

  • Providence Canyon State Park, Lumpkin, GA.  Known as Georgia's 'Little Grand Canyon' this stunning site features deep gullies and colorful blooms.  Picnic, Camp or just Hike the Canyon.  www.gastateparks.org 

  • Madison, GA. is located on Georgia's Antebellum Trail and has over 100 Antebellum Homes.  Madison was voted the #1 Small Town in America by Travel Holiday Magazine.  Take a stroll along it's picturesque streets and marvel at the Corinthian Columns of these century old homes.  www.madisonga.com    


Day Trips

30 Minutes or Less...

60 Minutes or Less

  •  Ellis Brothers Pecans, Vienna, GA.  'We're Crazy About Nuts'.  FREE Samples allow you to taste to your hearts desire.  From Plain to Chocolate Covered every bite is delicious and locally made.  A perfect souvenir from your trip to GA. www.werenuts.com

  • SAM Shortline, Cordele, GA.  Hop aboard a vintage 1949 passenger train car as it takes you through Georgia's rolling plains.  Passing through a number of small towns like Plains, GA made famous by our 39th President, Jimmy Carter.  Many stops allow you to explore the local culture as well as get in a little shopping...  www.samshortline.com

  • Georgia Veteran State Park, Cordele, GA.  Visit this memorial to U.S. Veterans.  It has a military museum with aircraft and armored vehicles including many tanks.  You'll find fine dinning, golfing and boating here as well.  www.gastateparks.org

  • Georgia Rural Telephone Museum, Leslie, GA.  Home to one of Georgia's most unique Attractions and the worlds largest Antique Telephone Museum.  Located in a restored cotton museum you'll find antiques, classic cars, colorful murals and of course hundreds of antique telephones. www.grtm.org   
  • Plains, Ga.  This small Georgia town is the home of our 39th President, Jimmy Carter. While in Plains, browse President Carter’s campaign museum, his boyhood home or sit in on his Sunday School class and get you picture taken with a former President of the United States of America.   www.plainsgeorgia.com

  • Andersonville National Historic Site, Andersonville, Ga.  Visit the stockades of one of the most infamous Civil War Confederate Prisons.  The National Cemetery will take your breath away and it's also home to the National POW and MIA Museum for ALL U.S. Wars.  A lot of real history. www.andersonville.com

  • The Drummer Boy Civil War Museum, Andersonville, GA.  Exhibits at this Museum include uniforms, guns, swords, documents and photographs.  Small but very informative.  www.drummerboymuseum.com  

  • Museum of Aviation, Warner Robbins, GA.  The 2nd Largest Air Force Museum in the world is located just 45 minutes away and it's FREE.  www.museumofaviation.net 

  • Historic Downtown Macon, GA.  Shop, Dine, take in one of their many musems or just enjoy the Architectural Beauty of all the Old Victorian and Antebellum Homes located within their historic district.  www.maconga.org

  • Lane Southern Orchards, Fort Valley, GA.  A fourth generation family operation for over 100 years.  They grow Peaches, Pecans, Strawberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Apples, Grapes and Kiwi's on their 6000+ acre farm. www.lanesouthernorchards.com