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Took almost 21 hours to get here on a Labor Day weekend as my GPS going offline and getting lost a few times among other obstacles. All I know was that I was irresistibly drawn to the Guidestones and had to be here no matter...More
These Guidestones definitely have a cool vibe. They are in the middle of nowhere for a reason and as soon as you walk up to them you can feel their energy! The whole area has an amazing feel....a must see in Elberton! We saw a...More
I had seen a TV program about the guide stones and figured since they were close I would stop by a see them.
The location is a bit underwhelming, but it was picked for a reason. The guide stones are placed in the middle of...More
We arrived a little before noon. There were other people there to view the event. We all patiently waited as noon approached. Someone spotted the light! A tiny dot. As noon approached in got a little bigger, revealing small lines. The small dot moved across...More
After driving their from Florida to only find out that Elberton is the Capitol of the Granite . There is so much around this town I had to take one home . Very interesting history of this town so if you visit there is more...More
Response from BlackHatDiners | Reviewed this property |
Don't listen to these people. It's not "shady" and there are plenty of gas stations. It's also not "mountains." A few hills but not really mountains. There's a Days Inn in Elberton. But I recommend the Samuel Elbert... More
Don't listen to these people. It's not "shady" and there are plenty of gas stations. It's also not "mountains." A few hills but not really mountains. There's a Days Inn in Elberton. But I recommend the Samuel Elbert Hotel. Elberton is a really neat town. You gotta be at the guidestones at noon. Otherwise, it's just a monument. You'll also want to spend a little time at the Granite Museum. Don't forget your free sample. And if you're a garden type, you gotta go to the Hart County Botanical Gardens near Hartwell. Just a few miles north of the Guidestones. And, all this stuff is FREE. Oh, you're also close to the "Center Of The World." according to some Indian tribe.
There's a monument. Eat at the Red Minnow Lighthouse Cafe. Really good buffet near the guidestones. They're only open Friday, Saturday for dinner and Sunday for lunch. There's very little signage for the guidestones but you can see them from Hwy 77. I found everything easy to find with google.
Response from Charlotte C | Reviewed this property |
I don't see why you couldn't throw down a blanket and spread out a picnic. It's in the middle of a field, so as long as the ground isn't wet from all the resent rain, there is plenty of open area. I didn't notice any... More
I don't see why you couldn't throw down a blanket and spread out a picnic. It's in the middle of a field, so as long as the ground isn't wet from all the resent rain, there is plenty of open area. I didn't notice any picnic tables there.