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Campers of all ages are welcome at Georgia’s Camp Dixie.

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Country Roads: Georgia’s Camp Dixie Celebrates 100th

On a typical Tuesday afternoon in the summertime, a gaggle of girls giggle among the rocks and rhododendron of Camp Dixie. Some swim and some paddle canoes, just as generations of other campers have done at this 350-acre Georgia Mountain oasis. more »

Apr 2, 2014 by in Country Roads

The Worthington House was built in 1851 and remained in the family until 1953. It was used as a field hospital during the Civil War.

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The Hike: Monocacy National Battlefield

This easy walk amid the history of 150 years ago also includes a ridge-line oak-hickory forest. more »

Apr 1, 2014 by in The Hike

More from North Georgia

Want to learn more about Lake Chatuge? Step inside Charlemagne’s Kingdom? How about see a jetovator in action on Lake Nottely? You've come to the right place! more »

Feb 9, 2014 by in Worth a Click

Horseback Riding at the Dillard House

An interview with Pam Thompson, owner and operator of the Dillard House Stables in Dillard, Georgia. more »

Feb 6, 2014 by in Worth a Click (1 Comments)

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An assortment of plants overlooks the wave pool.

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Wilderness at the Smokies Lies Near Tennessee's Rocky Top Trail

Joe Tennis stops off at this Sevierville, Tenn. resort while on assignment for our 2013 Travel Guide. more »

Dec 6, 2012 by in Behind BRC

Hard Candy Christmas

All over the calendar, craft fairs bloom like kudzu on tomato vines. Then come the heavy-hitters of November and December – a time when buyers shop and crafters love to sell. more »

Oct 18, 2012 by in Behind BRC

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R&R Packs Fans Into Bristol

All came together along the Tennessee-Virginia border as the 12th annual Rhythm & Roots Reunion attracted thousands of folks, young and old, to Bristol on Sept. 14-16, 2012. more »

Oct 9, 2012 by in Behind BRC

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TWEETSIE : A Timeless Theme Park

All of a sudden, we took a turn and found the Country Fair. It was loaded with rides, like little cars to drive, plus a merry-go-round, and it all sat in the middle of the Tweetsie Railroad theme park, encircled by active train tracks! more »

Jul 5, 2012 by in Word & Image