The Frontier South region of the Chattahoochee Trace is famous for antebellum mansions, century-old oaks and reminders of the areas Indian heritage. Visitors will be enthralled by a variety of architectural showplaces, unparalleled scenic beauty as well as Indian mounds and a modern-day Indian memorial. A futuristic visitor center explores the frontiers of the nuclear age by telling the story of energy from prehistoric times until the present. In addition, this region boasts the worlds largest peanut experiment station which is on the cutting edge of new agricultural frontiers. The tranquil waters of the Chattahoochee River, Lake Eufaula/George and Lake George W. Andrews beckon outdoor enthusiasts to this unspoiled area. A wide assortment of recreational facilities, architectural treasures and interpretive displays offers unparalleled fun and excitement for the inquisitive traveler.
The below attractions may be seen during a period of one-and-one-half days with Fort Gaines or Blakely, Georgia, serving as the lodging and restaurant base for the tour.