Discover the beauty of the Pine Mountain woodlands on every acre of Callaway Gardens. Our property map will help you find the things to do in Pine Mountain, GA, and attractions you’d like to experience most. The ideal place to begin your journey is at the beautiful Callaway Discovery Center, right at the edge of Mountain Creek Lake. Interested in renting a Callaway Cruiser during your stay? Learn more. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to help you plan out your day. Here are a few highlights of the activities at Callaway:
Home to more than 3,000 hybrid azaleas, this 40-acre hillside garden offers a network of peaceful walking paths to explore.
This ideal starting point for a tour of the Gardens is also a beautiful tribute to the memory of co-founder Virginia Hand Callaway; and home to our world-class Birds of Prey Program.
Cason's Garden (open seasonally) is home to the historic Victory Garden set, tulip and topiary displays during Spring Flower Fest and corn-maze fun during Pumpkins at Callaway.
Flights of fancy await you in the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, where typically 1,000 or more butterflies flutter freely about in one of North America’s largest tropical butterfly conservatories.
The Discovery Amphitheater, where you can experience our Free-Flighted Birds of Prey Shows.
Built as a tribute to Cason Callaway’s mother, this magnificent house of worship features fieldstone quartz and nature-themed stained glass windows.
Take a peaceful stroll through one of the world's top 25 displays of Asian and American Holly, including the beautiful Holly Trail.
Featuring more than 28 scenes, and over 73 larger-than-life insects, we proudly introduce MEGABUGS! Our outdoor adventure encounters are an immersive and interactive area for ‘bugologists’ of any age to explore.
Each Spring, thousands of shrubs explode into a kaleidoscope of vivid reds, pinks, purples, and whites.
The Pioneer Log Cabin dates to the early 19th century and offers a glimpse back into a simple but often difficult way of life.