Catalog of the South
Built in 1845 to harness the power of the Savannah River, today the Augusta Canal offers history, recreation and unique experiences along its miles of waterways and trails and inside its award-winning Interpretive Center. The canal, which is part of the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area, totals...
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Clayton, GA, Artists and Craftspeople, Art Galleries
This gallery is recognized in Southern Living, The New York Times and Better Homes and Gardens as one of the top contemporary folk art galleries in the country.
St. Simons Island, GA, Outdoors, Guides and Outfitters
Based on St. Simons Island and in Brunswick, SouthEast Adventure Outfitters has been helping people explore the Golden Isles of Georgia since 1994.
Peachtree City, GA, Tours, Maps
Explore Peachtree City, one of the most successful planned cities in America, on 90 miles of cart paths. Golf cart rentals available in several locations.
Macon, GA, Lodging, Bed & Breakfast
Macon's 1842 Inn has been called "One of America's top 10 inns..." by Country Inns Magazine, and "One of the finest historic inns in the South" by Albany Magazine.
Okefenokee Swamp, GA, Outdoors, Guides and Outfitters
Okefenokee Adventures is an experienced team of professional guides conducting tours in the Okefenokee Swamp.
Tifton, GA, Attractions, Farm Experiences
Experience everyday 19th-century-style Georgia farm life, from planting and harvesting to cooking and quilting.
St. Marys, GA, Museums
Check out the scenic St. Marys waterfront from the perspective of a real periscope at the St. Marys Submarine Museum. View submarine artifacts and information.
Albany, GA, Attractions, Aquariums
Explore the South Georgia world of the Flint River with interactive exhibits and face-to-face encounters with native creatures and fish.
Roswell, GA, Outdoors, Environmental Experiences
Hiking trails, river paddling, wildlife encounters and classes on 127 acres of river marsh, freshwater ponds and wooded uplands on the Chattahoochee River.
Fargo, GA, Outdoors, State Parks
Visitors can look for alligators, turtles, raccoon, black bear, deer, birds and numerous other creatures while walking the park's elevated boardwalk trail or taking a guided boat trip.
Cordele, GA, Tours, Railroads
This excursion train with 1949 vintage cars travels across Southwest Georgia on a trip that stops at unique Georgia destinations, including Americus, Plains and Archery.
Fitzgerald, GA, Tours
Whether loved or hated, Burmese chickens are a familiar part of the Fitzgerald scene
Savannah, GA, Hotels and Motels
Thunderbird Inn, a hip downtown Savannah inn hotel, is located on West Oglethorpe Avenue a short walk from the Historic District.
Twin City, GA, Outdoors, Guides and Outfitters
Outfitter Wesley Hendley provides guided kayak tours on the 412-acre, cypress-filled Watson Mill Pond at George L. Smith State Park.
Whitesburg, GA, Outdoors, Zip Lines
The Zip Line at Banning Mills is one of the longest, highest and fastest zip line eco-canopy tours in North America.
Savannah, GA, Tours, Natural Areas
Bull River Cruises specializes in group tours exploring the natural beauty and history of Coastal Georgia, from the barrier islands to the black water inland rivers.
Mountain City, GA, Tours, Museums
Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center tells the story of a unique time and place in American History.
Fayetteville, GA, Tours, City Tours
Take this do-it-youself walking tour to see Georgia's oldest Courthouse and sites related to gunfighter Doc Holliday, author Margaret Mitchell, and other Fayetteville notables.
Savannah, GA, Outdoors, Guides and Outfitters, Tours
Discover the wild side of Coastal Georgia with one of Wilderness Southeast's natural area tours.
Lakemont, GA, Lodging, Hotel
Nestled in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest, the 1922 Lake Rabun Hotel is a peaceful, rustic hide-a-way and a local historic landmark reminiscent of times gone by.
Folkston, GA, Tours, Railroads
Railroad fans from all over the country find their way to the "Folkston Funnel" in southeast Georgia where they can watch some 60 trains a day.