Georgia Bed and Breakfasts


Colonial Coast


North Georgia Mountains

Presidential Pathways

More About Georgia

Colonized in 1732, Georgia was the last of the thirteen original colonies and the historic town of Saint Mary's is the second oldest in the nation. Georgia is number one in production of peanuts, pecans and peaches, as well as the first state allowing 18-year-olds to vote. It boasts the world's largest mural at Atlanta's Cyclorama Building, and the Little White House in Warm Springs that was built for Franklin Roosevelt who died there. Among the Seven Wonders of Georgia are Okefenokee Swamp and Stone Mountain.