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Georgia


 
 WHERE TO GO

 Dahlonega:
Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site
, (Learn about gold mining and tour the old town courtroom).
Public Square. 706-864-2257.
While in Dahlonega, stop by Cherokee Indian Princess Trahlyta's grave and read about her tragic story. GA 60 and US 19/GA 9, nine miles north of Dahlonega.
Amicalola Falls State Park, (hiking, backpacking, fishing, picnicking, waterfall viewing. Try a stretch of the Appalachian Trail). From Dahlonega take Rte. 9 west to Rte. 52. 706-265-8888

James H. Floyd State Park, Chattahoochee National Forest (boating, fishing, camping). From Summerville, turn off Hwy 27 onto Rte. 100 south. About three miles. 706-857-0826
Hart State Park on Hartwell Lake (biking, boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing). 330 Hart State Park Rd., Hartwell. 706-376-8756

Tallulah Falls:
Tallulah Gorge State Park
, (fishing, biking, swimming, hiking, canoeing, waterfall viewing). From Rte. 441 between Clarkesville and Clayton, turn east onto S. Rock Mountain Rd. (one mile). Follow the signs from there. 706-754-7970

 
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