For more than 60 years, the stunning 6,000-acre Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain has thrilled visitors with brilliant floral displays, lakes, 14,000 acres of woodlands and special events. Nearby, Franklin D. Roosevelt's Little White House in Warm Springs is nestled among the rolling hills and the naturally heated waters. An RV trip to Columbus is a nostalgic trip back in time; the 26-block historic district features tree-lined cobblestone streets and beautiful homes. The historic city of Macon is home to 5,500 National Register historic structures in 11 historic districts and Ocmulgee National Monument. Known as the town Sherman "refused to burn," Historic Madison boasts one of the state's largest historic districts. It's also home to Little Richard, Otis Redding and several other music pioneers.
Georgia’s historic Atlantic coastline is a treasure trail of idyllic seaside towns and communities, many of which date back through the centuries to an era of high-seas swashbuckling and shattered shipwrecks. Today, Savannah’s still-cobbled streets remain the main attraction for history buffs and anyone on the hunt for a slice of classic Southern style, architecture and charm. Nature enthusiasts won’t want to miss taking a guided boat tour of Okefenokee Swamp (the largest blackwater swamp in North America) or a jaunt out to super-quiet Cumberland Island National Seashore (where access is restricted to 300 visitors per day).