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Georgia Driving Trails



Driving Trails
There are many scenic roads in Georgia that will provide a real opportunity to experience the state first hand as you drive relax in your own vehicle. The state has a number of trails that focus on the history and culture of a specific route.

Chieftains Trail - Native American Heritage

Antebellum Trail - A 100-mile trek through seven communities that virtually escaped Yankee General Sherman's burning march through Georgia

The Civil War Heartland Leaders Trails - Combines both the drama of Civil War battle and the real lives of the leaders and common people who lived during this turbulent period of our nation's history.

Antiques Trail - A loop through 16 picturesque communities in Georgia’s Historic Heartland

Treasures Along I-20 - Travel east between Atlanta and Augusta. Seven communities along this trail are rich in luxurious recreation playgrounds, historic museums, picturesque lakes and charming shopping villages.

Covered Bridge Trail - 1,000-mile trail; 16 covered bridges that remain in Georgia; additional covered bridges can be found at the Georgia Covered Bridges List Website

Southern Passages Driving Trail - drive along U.S. 17 to experience coastal scenery

Atlanta Campaign Heritage Trail - routes taken by the armies in the Civil War Atlanta campaign

The Southern Highroads - scenic roads through Georgia, N.C. and Tennessee mountains

Scenic 197 - scenic trail through the northeast Georgia mountians

U.S. Heritage Highway 441 -scenic drive in Georgia hills and mountains by beautiful lakes

Woodpecker Trail - features agriculture, history and nature

Peach Blossom Trail - through the heart of the famous Georgia peach country

Blue and Gray Trail - trail that leads to more than 60 Civil War battlefields, parks and museums

Liberty Trail - scenic drive to historic sites in Liberty County area near coast

Georgia Civil War Heritage Trail- Interprets Georgia's Civil War era along its historic routes, while leading visitors on an experience back in time.

Lookout Mountain Parkway- This tri-state driving route along 100-mile long, scenic Lookout Mountain cuts through the northwestern corner of Georgia. Attractions along the route include well-known Rock City and Cloudland Canyon State Park.

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