Treasures we've visited

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ATLANTA,None - Here's a list of treasures that Georgia's Hidden Treasures has visited in the past. Don't miss the next installment on WSB-TV.

 

Show #1

1. Tullah Gorge

2. Thomasville Huge Oak Tree

3. Albany Springs

4. Altamaha River

5. Moody Forest

6. Okeefenokee Swamp

7. Cloudland Canyon, Providence Canyton, Broxton Rocks

8. Sandbars on Georgia's barrier islands

9. Grey's Reef Natural Marine Sanctuary

 

#2

1. Amicolola Falls

 

 

 2. Lullah Falls

3. High Falls State Park

4. Fort Mountain

5. Putnam County Eagle Rock Formation

6. Red Oak Creek Bridge

7. Watson Mill Bridge

 

#3

 

 1. Zip lin, Banning Milles Lodge in Carroll County

2. Tree Climbing at Panola Mountain State Park

3. George L. Smith Park

4. Viewers' suggestions

 

#4

1. Ogeechee River

2. Brasstown Bald

3. Enota Mountain, Chattahoochee Forest

4. Georgia Butterfiles Conservatory at Callway Gardens

 

#5

1. Cumberland Island

2. Noah's Aark

3. Panning for gold in Pine Mountain

 

#6

1. FDR's Little White House

2. Marha Berry Museum and Oak Hill

3. Sweetwater Creek State Park

 

#7

1. Toccoa Falls and Toccoa Falls College 

2. Kangaroo Conservation Center

3. William Harris Homestead

 

#9

1. Madison

2. Amicalola Deer Farm

3. Bethlehem and Santa Clause House

 

#10

1. Piedmont Park Restoration

2. Dukes Creek Falls

3. Etowah Indian Mounds


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