130 N. Seymour Dr.
Thomson, GA 30824
Phone: (706) 595-7144
Fax: (706) 595-1219
One of the few monuments in the South that is dedicated to the women of the Confederacy, this monument was sculpted in Italian marble sometime between 1910 and 1920. On the statue's wing shaped base, made of Georgia marble, are the names of confederate soldiers from Thomson.
The beauty of Northern Georgia is on display during all seasons at Mistletoe State Park near Appling, Georgia. The park features ten cottages, 92 trailer/tent/RV sites, two primitive backpacking sites, and pioneer camping areas. For day-trippers, four picnic shelters and a group shelter for large gatherings are offered. Mistletoe's lake offers a public ramp and dock, and rental canoes and fishing boats are available for the boat-less among us. A beach, bike trails, and nature trails add to the park's many opportunities for outdoor entertainment.
The former house of Robert Toombs, this is a site where you can go through the sheer brilliance of the architecture and memorabilia of the personality. Tours are on offer.
The Taliaferro County Courthouse is located at Crawfordville, Georgia. This historic courthouse was designed by Lewis F. Goodrich and has adapted the High Victorian style of architecture. The courthouse building was incorporated in the National Registrar of Historic Places on September 18, 1980.
Head east out of Atlanta for some outdoor fun and recreation. Take Interstate 20 to US-378, and find the park seven miles (12 kilometers) east of the town of Lincolnton. Twenty cottages, 165 tent and trailer sites, and plenty of rugged camping facilities are available, plus 121 picnic sites, five shelters, and a beautiful lake with a full-access boating ramp. Lounge on the beach, try your hand at water skiing, or simply stroll the miles of nature trails and enjoy the fresh air.