One does not have to travel far to find a great getaway!
If you have never explored the southwestern end of the Appalachian foothills… .
We have some of the most unique treasures not to be found anywhere else.
Planning a trip can be time consuming, regardless if it is for the family, a group at your church, a school field trip, or business. While this is not an exhaustive travel guide, it was written to help brainstorm the possibilities.
A variety of ideas are given for every age, taste, and budget. Most of the treasures are convenient to north Georgia and north Alabama. Some are along the way to popular destinations, such as the coast or traveling through the Smokies.
A well planned journey can prevent some of the inconveniences associated with travelling. Some want first class amenities, while others want a taste of small town, southern flavor. Some places are open all day, or the sidewalks roll up at a certain time every day. Some things maybe seasonal may be seasonal, or better for certain groups.
The entries have been shared for information purposes only, so the reader may decide for themselves if they would like to sample some of the unique treasures found along the way. Be sure to check out the contact information provided before setting out on your journey, due to the fact that unexpected changes might have occurred, or the possibility of human error.