Ways to Kick Off Your Summer Right
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Catch a glimpse of a time when life was, in many ways, much simpler – but also more difficult. Days were spent doing chores necessary just to survive. Children played with toys made from common materials like corn husks, sticks, and rocks. Homes were lit by oil lamps at night, and people were so tired that even thin mattresses were no obstacle to a good night’s sleep.
This particular cabin, comprising two rooms, was constructed of longleaf pine in the 1830s and occupied for a century, with the last family to live there filling it to overflowing with 15 people. In 1959, the structure was relocated from neighboring Troup County to Callaway Gardens, where it serves as a reminder of the challenges our forefathers faced on a daily basis.
Join us for Pioneer Day, Saturday, March 16th as we spend a day in the life of pioneers.
Swimming, water skiing, wakeboarding, and tubing on Robin Lake
Climb and zip through the trees on this fun forest course
Meet over 1,000 colorful butterflies face-to-face
Discover the strength, speed, and beauty of these magnificent creatures
Explore Callaway’s 2,500 acres by foot or by bicycle
Drink in the beauty of azaleas, hydrangeas, and other woodland wonders
One of National Geographic’s Top 10 Holiday Light Displays
An authentic Georgia outdoor family getaway like no other
Enjoy mouthwatering, chef-prepared cuisine at an array of restaurants
Watch beautiful balloons aglow or enjoy your own tethered balloon ride
A night beneath the stars with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra
Tournament for the greatest athletes in competitive watersports
Some of the best lake fishing in the southeastern United States