Over the years, this area of the Chattahoochee Trace has become known as the Wiregrass in recognition of its native grass which is noted for having tough, wiry roots. Because of the areas moderate climate, rolling plains and gently sloping hills, it is ideal for the cultivation of peanuts. This crop is the number one source of farm income in the tri-states area of Georgia, Florida and Alabama. While traveling in this fertile agricultural section of the sunbelt, one is constantly reminded of its rich architectural and technological heritage. This historical and agricultural legacy is a unique blend of the old and the new which is sure to appeal to the entire family.
The below attractions may be seen during a period of two days with Daleville, Dothan or Ozark, Alabama, serving as the lodging and restaurant base for the tour.