Walasi-Yi Interpretive Center

Walasi-Yi Interpretive Center

Hiking Through History on the Appalachian Trail If you’re an avid hiker, then you’ll want to make plans to stop at the Walasi-yi Interpretive Center. This stone structure was built at Neel Gap on the Appalachian Trail by the Civilian Conservation Corps in...
Union County Historic Courthouse

Union County Historic Courthouse

History on the Square Located on the Square in downtown Blairsville, the Romanesque brick and granite Historic Union County Courthouse was built in 1899. The building was designed by J.W. Golucke, a noted courthouse architect of the day. After the business offices...
Track Rock Gap Petroglyph Site

Track Rock Gap Petroglyph Site

History Carved on a Rock Track Rock Gap is one of the best-known of the petroglyph, or marked stone, sites in Georgia. The six table-sized soapstone boulders contain hundreds of symbols carved or pecked into their surface. Archaeologists have speculated dates for the...
Reece Heritage Farm

Reece Heritage Farm

History on Display Home of acclaimed poet and novelist Byron Herbert Reece, the Reece Heritage Farm is a great place to learn about Reece and rural Appalachia life in the early-to-mid-20th century. It’s also a great place to enjoy the beauty of Wolf Creek and...