If you take a foodie to Farmview Market, you are probably making a rest stop driving east from Atlanta along I-20. The foodie will notice the local produce and Georgia Grown products and want to linger. The Foodie will linger … Read More
Long before the world heard of country music singer Luke Bryan’s farm tour, locals and tourists alike were learning about where milk and cheese come from by touring what is now Rock House Dairy Farm and Creamery in Newborn, Ga. It … Read More
Ellijay is known as the apple capital of North Georgia, but the Southern Appalachian location is perfect for growing wine grapes too. These Ellijay Winery options are just what cupid ordered for a romantic daytime date along the foothills of … Read More
Around the week of the Master’s Golf Tournament, the town of Aiken South Carolina, just 22 miles from Augusta National swells with golfers. Inspired to hit the links, they flood the golf courses near Aiken SC. But you don’t have … Read More
I have to admit, Aiken, South Carolina surprised me. I expected a pretty Southern town, but this lively community also has a lot going on I didn’t anticipate, including tons of free things to do. In Aiken SC everything is … Read More
Lake County is home to over 1,000 lakes and it’s the geographical center of the state. It’s often called “Real Florida” or “Old Florida” – beauty and allure that pre-date Disney or Universal by decades. To me, Mount Dora really … Read More
You’ve probably heard Milledgeville, Ga referred to as Georgia’s Antebellum Capital. And while that is a fair assessment, it is so much more. If you love exploring the outdoors while taking in a bit of Georgia’s history, this is just the spot! Head to Milledgeville in Middle Georgia to soak up the sun at Lake Sinclair, bike along the Oconee River, tour the historic district filled with culture and art, and see the surprises offered on the Georgia College campus. Here are 21 of our favorite reasons to visit.