890 Ross Place
Lavonia, GA 30553
Phone: (706) 356-2268
Fax: (706) 356-7740
890 Ross Place , Lavonia, GA, US, 30553
- Phone: (706) 356-2268
- Fax: (706) 356-7740
This park lies a short distance north of Lavonia and Atlanta on Highway 328. It is well situated for an adventurous camping excursion. The park features 20 cottages, 108 tent and trailer camp sites, five primitive backpacking sites, seven picnic shelters, and one group shelter. Private boats and water-skiers are always welcome on the lake, canoes are available for rent, and fishing is permitted. Nature trails, a beach, tennis courts, and other amenities ensure that visitors will never lack new experiences.
A full service marina that offers new and used boat sales, wet and storage facilities, boat repairs, and many other services to meet all of your boating needs.
The North Georgia mountains provide refuge for Atlanta's adventurous souls throughout the year, and a favorite destination is Hart State Park. A few miles north of Hartwell, off US-29, the park lies a convenient 80 miles (130 kilometers) northeast of Atlanta. Two cottages are available by reservation, as well as 78 trailer and RV camp sites and 85 picnic sites. The park's lake features a boating ramp and dock, and fishing and waterskiing are permitted as well. Canoes are available for rent, and a small beach offers bathers a chance to get their feet wet.
A Georgia PINES library, this full service library provides a wide selection of books and reference materials plus offers public Internet access, story times, and meeting rooms.
A National Historic Landmark, this historic site was the plantation home of Devereaux Jarrett, the richest man in the Tugaloo Valley. The plantation house features a 90 foot long porch and hand numbered rafters, as well as fourteen rooms furnished with an array of original antiques and memorabilia. Guided tours are available.
The Seneca Historic District is a monumental district that was originally constructed in 1873. The district underwent a further constructional increase in the year of 1909. It is accurately located at Seneca in South Carolina. Most of the structures in the district depict the Bungalow/Craftsman and the Late Victorian style of architecture. The significant district is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Situated alongside the scenic 56,000 acre Lake Hartwell, this marina is the largest full service marina in South Carolina and includes a boat launch and restaurant. The marina is the ideal venue for afterwork cruises, weekend outings, or relaxing vacations.
Often referred to as 'American Stonehenge', the granite slabs that form the Georgia Guidestones sit on a hilltop in the middle of Elbert County's farmland. The standing stones are inscribed with ten tenets for mankind, translated into eight languages. The six stones, topped by a capstone, are aligned to match astronomical events. No one knows who really commissioned their construction, or why, and they have been controversial since they were built in 1980. Theories for the true purpose of the Guidestones range from religion to aliens to instructions for post-apocalypse survival. Elbert County owns and maintains the Georgia Guidestones, and they let visitors decide for themselves.