For eight years during the Great Depression, Roosevelt's Tree Army were active participants in creating much of today's North Georgia, including many of the hiking trails, state parks, and structures that have proven a lasting legacy to the young men of the CCC. By Randy Golden More Features...
Lookout Mountain was once entirely under a great inland sea. When the water subsided this North Georgia State Park was on the shore of a bay. Today the area is known for its incredible beauty, great hiking, camping, and accessiblity to some of Georgia's and Tennessee's most famous attractions. Welcome to North Georgia editors More North Georgia State Parks
Bonnie Hollingsworth takes history seriously, especially when it has her name on it. Located in northeast Georgia, for seven years prior to 1800 this fort marked the western edge of the Georgia frontier. More interesting places
From the time the Cherokee moved into the state at the Tugaloo Valley near Toccoa until they were forcefully driven from their "Enchanted Lands" four hundred years later, they built a sovereign Nation that was recognized by the United States Supreme Court, and destroyed by the greed of Americans.