Georgia's scenic mountains, lakes, rivers, and coastal areas offer a wide range of snowbird and winter visitor opportunities. You will most likely want to go the southern and Atlantic Coast areas for the warmer weather.
I-95 is the major north/south interstate from New England to Miami and is just 10 miles from Savannah's Historic District.
Every exit of Interstate 95 is a passport into the impressive history of coastal Georgia. I-16 is the major east/west interstate.
Georgia beaches provide a lovely escape from busy city life. Georgia beaches are warm and quiet, and a nice collection of hotels and spa resorts can be found on the shores.
Six coastal Georgia counties encompass 119 miles of perhaps the most beautiful and diverse landscape to be found.
Something for everyone is offered on the Georgia coast from extensive history to pristine beaches, ancient forests of live oak to whispering marshes and quaint fishing villages to a major metropolitan city. Scenic hiking trails, refreshing mountain scenery, gorgeous lakes, wildlife refuges, camping, fresh water and salt water fishing, and great golf.
Georgia Golf has contributed to the history of golf in the U.S. as much as any other state. In 1794 the second oldest club in the U.S., the Savannah Golf Club, opened in Georgia.
Of course, the famous East Lake Golf Course in Atlanta was the home of Bobby Jones, who went on to become one of Americas greatest golfing legends.
Jones founded the Augusta National Golf Club, where The Masters® Golf Tournament is played annually - the only major golf tournament to be played at the same site each year. Georgias climate, and its superlative golf courses make it a golfers heaven.
Georgia 511 is a free phone service that provides you with real time traffic and travel information, or allows you to request assistance 24 hours a day. Georgia 511 can be accessed from anywhere in Georgia, by simply dialing 5-1-1.
Come visit the charming Georgia, and discover the hospitality of the South. In southern Georgia you will find mild winters, the perfect place to escape the winter snow and cold of the north. Check out where all those great peaches come from.