Just at the city limits of Rossville on the Georgia and Tennessee state line, Highway 27 in Georgia begins almost unceremoniously along the ridges of the Cumberland Plateau, just at the junction where Lookout Mountain rises to the clouds. But it is here that the historic highway practically does a ceremonious 180-degree turn into a place that stirs whimsy and nostalgia for the open road.



Take to the road and drive Georgia’s Scenic Hometown Highway for stunning scenery, history, good eats, and more


Vist the Adamson Square and Downtown Carrollton for an eclectic mix of shops, galleries and restaurants, or plan to attend one of our many events and book a night in your favorite hotel.


Catoosa County, and the cities of Ringgold and Ft. Oglethorpe, are great places to discover hidden treasures and enjoy momentous history, thrilling amusements, singular shopping, and enticing tastes and spirits.


Chattooga County is home to the Lowry 4L Summerville Rodeo along with James H. “Sloppy” Floyd State Park which is nestled in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Also, be sure to visit Howard Finster's Paradise Garden.


Chattahoochee County was named for the Chattahoochee River. During your visit, be sure to see the Historic Chattahoochee County Jail. The original courthouse from 1854 is displayed at Westville in Lumpkin, GA.


Clay County offers fishing and water sports on Lake Walter F. George along with camping, picnicking and hiking in all the parks and campgrounds around Fort Gaines. Clay County is a great place to "get away from it all."


There are lots of places to see and things to do in and around Decatur County, Georgia. First stop, take the “Heritage Tour“, a driving tour of historical places in Decatur County, or attend one of the many festivals or celebration events


Early County is home to The Cohelee Creek Bridge, the southernmost covered bridge still standing. One of the last wooden flagpoles from the American Civil War era is located at the historic courthouse in downtown Blakely.


Floyd County is tucked in the foothills of the ancient Appalachian Mountains. It is home to beautiful Berry College, historic Myrtle Hill Cemetery and the Etowah, Oostanaula and Coosa rivers.


Haralson County is home to popular music venue Mill Town Music Hall and former mining town “Possum Snout”, named by the gold miners who panned the waters of the Tallapoosa for the precious metal.


Harris County is a unique, charming and almost magical place to visit. The beautiful Callaway Gardens, Wild Animal Safari, Roosevelt’s Little White House and FDR State Park all call Harris County home.


Heard County is nestled on the edge of West Point Lake and offers fishing, camping and many parks. The county seat, Franklin, was established in 1770, named in honor of Benjamin Franklin and has a historic downtown.


Miller County, Georgia’s first mural city, is also home to Swamp Gravy, Georgia’s Official Folk-Life Play for more than 20 years. Be sure to take the mural tour and visit the Native American monument during your visit.


Walker County, has a deep, rich history and is home to Chickamauga Battlefield National Park, the oldest and largest military park in the United States and Rock City Gardens, located on Lookout Mountain.


Visit Muscogee County to ride the rapids on the Chattahoochee River, fly to the moon-and-back at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center and unwind in the southern hospitality of Columbus. Muscogee has so much to offer visitors.


Nestled in the heartland of Northwest Georgia between Atlanta and Chattanooga, our community offers rich history, exciting cultural attractions, great shopping and recreational activities.


Visitors are discovering that there is always a warm and friendly welcome and plenty to see and do in our charming towns – LaGrange, Hogansville and West Point. Troup County is a prime spot for fishing, skiing and relaxing.


Come home to Randolph County. We have it all including recreation, business, education, history, small town friendliness and close proximity to a major metropolitan area. Come see all there is to offer in Randolph.


Providence Canyon Conservation Park, located in Lumpkin, is a collection of canyons and gullies. The largest of these is "Grandfather Canyon". Providence Canyon is the largest canyon complex east of the Mississippi River.
“Once you travelled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.”
Pat Conroy
“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
Mark Twain