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When Gen. Sherman departed from Atlanta for his March to the Sea, he and his troops raked and burned every town that they crossed.
All except these seven little towns along a 100 miles path. From North to South: Athens, Watkinsville, Madison, Eatonton, Milledgeville, Gray/Old...More
I was curious to learn as much as possible about this area. After downloading the overview of the entire trail from Macon to Athens we chose to spend our time divided between Madison and Athens. In Madison we toured Hamilton Hall, Rogers house and the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the many stops along the Georgia Antebellum Trail. We stayed three nights and traveled on the trail for two days. Just wasn't long enough to explore the Antebellum history and eat at the wonderful restaurants along the way. We could have spend...More
Traveling Georgia's Antebellum Trail, a distance of 100 miles from Athens to Macon, is similar to driving Lee's Retreat or the Valley Pike in Virginia or the Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi or the River Road in Louisiana or the Blue Ridge Parkway in Tennessee....More
We spent a long holiday weekend taking this tour which takes you through the seven Central Georgia towns of Macon, Old Clinton, Milledgeville, Eatonton, Madison, Watkinsville and Athens.
There is a nice guide available with a suggested 3 or 4 day itinerary and suggested accommodations...More
My wife and I decided to travel the Trail taking what we thought would be a leisurely scenic drive from Savannah to Atlanta where we would be taking a flight home the following day. We eventually realized that you really can't appreciate things on a...More
There is very little to see or do on this supposed "trail" .... also, it is very poorly marked. The highlights for us were at both ends... Athens and Macon (see other reviews). This "trail" could easily be skipped...there are many more interesting areas from...More
With a keen interest in history and particularly that period both my husband and I along with our sister-in-law and friend were eagerly anticipating the chance to experience first-hand the sights and legacies from the Deep South.
Our trip began well with a great experience...More