Callaway Gardens cover thousands of acres of land consisting of beautiful gardens and landscapes. Callaway also consists of many other attractions including Robin Lake Beach (largest manmade beach), 42 holes of golf courses, Day Butterfly Center, Tree Top Zip line, Discovery Cinema, Wildflower trail walk, 14 miles of bike ride.
Franklin D Roosevelt’s Little White House is one of Georgia’s most popular historic sites, drawing more than 100,000 visitors each year. Nestled into the wooded estate is a new 12,000 square-foot museum that tells the story of this great world leader and the era of 1930s. Searching for relief from polio, Franklin D. Roosevelt first came to Warm Springs in 1924 to swim in the spring’s naturally heated water.
F.D.Roosevelt State Park is another natural attraction which covers 9047 acres of land with lake and Pine Mountain Hiking Trail. Historic Liberty Bell Pool is about one mile which holds 575,000 gallons of clear spring water and is open during summer time.
Wild Animal Safari – Pine Mountain features two different ways of seeing these exotic animals, The Drive-Thru Safari and Walkabout Adventure Zoo™ attractions allow you to meet and feed many wild animals up close and personal.
Callaway Gardens resort with about 2500 acres of land filled with hiking and bike trails and world class Golf courses, Robin Lake Beach with water sports, Tree Top Adventure and Ziplines, Day Butterfly center and Discovery center with Birds of prey show provide recreational activities for all age groups of family
Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park being largest park in Georgia (9049 acres) provides visitors many outdoor activities. President Franklin D .Roosevelt often picnicked at Dowdell’s Knob, (elevation 1,395 feet), an overlook along the Pine Mountain Trail with picnic tables and sweeping views of the valley. The Pine Mountain Trail’s 23 miles lead past moss-covered rock outcroppings and waterfalls, providing several options for long and short hikes. Roosevelt, who sought a treatement for his paralytic illness in nearby Warm Springs at the hist “Little White House”, which is visited by 100,000 visitors every year.
Wild Animal Safari features two different ways of seeing these exotic animals. The Serengeti Adventure is a 3-mile drive through section where you will have a chance not only to see, but also to feed and touch animals from around the world. Designed to embrace a natural open setting, the drive will bring you face to face with animals such as Giraffes, Zebras, Buffalo, Camels, Rhino and many more.
The Chipley Historical Center is located in Pine Mountain, GA next to City Hall in the original city hall building. Our building was build just after the turn of the century and contains the original jail cells.