Hotels in the Presidential Pathways
Natural Beauty and Paths to the White House
Hail to the Chief in Georgia's Presidential Pathways region. Two presidents have homes here. The natural beauty of the region has grandeur of its own.
Columbus, a bustling city with its eye on both the past and future, is home to museums and the Coca-Cola Space Science Center. The National Civil War Naval Museum focuses on an overlooked aspect of that struggle.
One of the most beautiful gardens you'll find anywhere is Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain. The gardens showcase manicured beauty; for untamed natural beauty explore nearby F.D. Roosevelt State Park with mountain trails leading you through the forest.
FDR's "Little White House" is in Warm Springs, preserving his home and car from the 1930s. Georgia's native son President Jimmy Carter grew up in Plains, and his boyhood home and school are part of the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site.
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Scenic Golf in Georgia's Presidential Pathways
Spend a pleasant day making your way around a golf course in Presidential Pathways. Golf Digest calls Bull Creek Golf Course, in Midland, one of the top-25 public courses. The Brickyard Plantation Golf Course in Americus is set on the grounds of a former plantation, with the pro shop in a mule barn.
Presidential Attractions Along the Presidential Pathways
You'll visit the homes of two presidents in Georgia's Presidential Pathways region. FDR's "Little White House" is in Warm Springs. Visiting is like stepping back in time to the 1930s. A more modern president, Jimmy Carter, was a Georgia native. Explore the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in his hometown Plains, with a museum and several buildings to explore.