Georgia's Hidden Treasures - Toccoa Falls
On June 9 at 8 p.m., John Pruitt, who anchors Channel 2 Action News at 5, 6 and 11 p.m, will spotlight Toccoa Falls on Georgia's Hidden Treasures. Pruitt is a veteran news reporter and anchor. He also was one of the Atlanta area news reporters that covered the dam break at Toccoa Falls in 1977. He returned to the area in 1987 to cover the 10th anniversary of the flood.
Two weeks ago, Pruitt was in Toccoa again, but this time he wasn't covering a tragedy. He was preparing to report about one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the state of Georgia—Toccoa Falls located on the campus of Toccoa Falls College.
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Georgia, USA - On My Mind // JBAXTER TRAVEL
JBAXTER TRAVEL VLOG EPISODE #7
April 2016 - Georgia, USA
This month we visited G's family in the southern US state of Georgia. We spent 10 days running riot in towns such as Athens, Toccoa and Watkinsville. Check out my website for a more detailed write up on what we got up to in Georgia and tips on what to do, where to go and some cool things to see (link below).
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The Rapids on the Toccoa River - Blue Ridge, Georgia
'The Rapids' as many refer to it as is the best place by far in which to stop the car, get out and come face to face with one of the more popular attractions on the Toccoa River. This locale offers those looking for a prime place to capture memories of their time in Blue Ridge quite a dramatic backdrop in which to do so.
There are several large rocks that are situated close together in which you can re-live your childhood and jump around from one to another or just simply sit with your loved ones and witness the sights and sounds of the beautiful Toccoa River.
TALLULAH Gorge State Park II Best Trails II Tallulah Falls, Georgia
Hello friends! I hope you enjoy this trip to the gorge and falls.
The gorge is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. (#6)
The Tallulah Gorge is a gorge formed by the Tallulah River cutting through the Tallulah Dome rock formation. The gorge is approximately 2 miles (3 km) long and features rocky cliffs up to 1,000 feet (300 m) high. Through it, a series of falls known as Tallulah Falls drop a total of 150 metres (490 ft) in one mile (1.6 km). Tallulah Falls is composed of six separate falls: l'Eau d'Or (second falls you see in this video, Tempesta, Hurricane (the first falls in this video), Oceana, Bridal Veil, and Lovers Leap. The Tallulah Gorge is located next to the town of Tallulah Falls, Georgia.
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Mansion on Forsyth Park, Autograph Collection - Hotel Tour
With luxury accommodations, exceptional service and legendary surroundings, Mansion on Forsyth Park, Autograph Collection is a destination unike any other. Our hotel rises above its namesake park in the heart of historic Savannah, Georgia, with a beautifully restored Victorian-Romanesque exterior and boutique accoutrements. Stunningly appointed rooms and suites boast complimentary Wi-Fi and pillowtop beds, as well as original artwork and marble bathrooms. Take a stroll through the hotel gallery or indulge in a soothing treatment at our luxury spa. Learn, laugh and have a wonderful time at 700 Kitchen Cooking School, where expert chefs provide captivating culinary instruction. Or host an intimate meeting or events in one of our boutique venues and trust our planning and catering team to manage every detail. Last but certainly not least, our prime location in the historic district enables you to explore the area at your leisure. Join us in Savannah at Mansion on Forsyth Park, Autograph Collection.
Set in a Victorian Romanesque mansion overlooking Forsyth Park, this opulent hotel is within 10 minutes' walk of many restaurants and historic homes in the Historic District.
The plush rooms feature minibars and flat-screen TVs. Some have soaking or whirlpool tubs, and suites provide additional sitting areas. WiFi is available for a fee.
A restaurant and lounge produces elevated Southern fare and craft cocktails. Additional amenities include a spa, an art gallery, a cooking school and a courtyard pool.
Address: 700 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401, USA
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The Hermitage Slave Plantation, Savannah Georgia
Vintage scenes from old photographs and postcards of the Hermitage Plantation which was once located in Savannah, Georgia. This plantation had at its peak 212 slaves. Most of the pictures were taken back in the early 1900's before the mansion was demolished later in 1935.
Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky - Homeplace 1
Land Between the Lakes national recreation area, Tennessee - Kentucky, United States 2002 - Homeplace, rural farm in 1850, take a trip to Pryor Hollow in Stewart County
The Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area is a United States National Recreation Area located in Kentucky and Tennessee between Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake. The area was designated a national recreation area by President John F. Kennedy in 1963. The recreation area was originally managed by the Tennessee Valley Authority but jurisdiction has since been transferred to the United States Forest Service.
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Tallulah Point Overlook
--fantastic spot to view Tallulah Gorge--the porch is nice and cool
Hartwell Lake shoreline management policy guidelines
This video introduces the viewer to Lake Hartwell’s managers and rangers who handle permit requests. They provide a summary of many of the guidelines for general uses of Hartwell Lake Public Lands, including the types of private uses and activities which may be permitted (such as boat docks, walkways, underbrushing), and the applicable rules and regulations. For more detailed information click