Where to Go When Visiting Georgia, USA
If you visit the state of Georgia in the United States you will experience a state full of the culture and history of the country. If you are someone looking for the southern experience then this is the state to visit. This place is popular for being the birthplace of Martin Luther King and the setting of the movie Gone with the Wind. Variety characterisizes the state of Georgia. You can visit a lot of places in Georgia, like state parks, beaches, mountain trails, charming streets, and others. If you happen to visit Georgia, then you should not miss these great tourist sites.
The town of Blue Ridge is the center of art in this state. Because of the many arts and crafts galleries and live music performance you can enjoy, the place was fondly nicknamed ‘Switzerland of the South.’ This small town is surrounded by wooded areas where you can have hiking trail adventures and there is also a river named Ocoee River where you and your friends and go kayaking.
Pine Mountain is another town adjoining the Calloway Gardens resort which is complete with golf courses, beautiful gardens, and lakes. In the town proper, you can find many antique shops, traditional restaurants where you can have a taste of southern cuisine, and other local shops. In Calloway Gardens you can find many kinds of accommodations or nearby apartments in LaGrange, GA, which is the city next to this town.
You can also go to the sandy beaches and sand dunes of Tybee island, which is a few hours’ drive from Savannah. There are many water activities that you can enjoy here in this 22 square mile island, like sailing and fishing and you can also have many land activities as well. You can also simply laze around the beach and watch the beautiful view from Tybee.
If you want to go trail hiking through the Cohutta Mountains of Georgia you can follow the Panther Creek Trail for a great hiking adventure with your friends. What is great about this trail is that you can see majestic waterfalls along the way which flows in multiple tiers and ends up in a pool of clear, crisp water. Here you can spend time in quiet meditative amid the gentle, relaxing sound of the waterfalls. The many campsites around would be a great place to enjoy the place with your friends.
In the Providence National Park lies the Providence Canyon which is Georgia’s version of the Grand Canyon. It is a beautiful sight of rock formations in orange, red, purple and orange colors and is a very striking sight especially if you visit during the summer months. If you want to take the canyon hands on, you can do so with hiking and rock-climbing activities in the place.