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Welcome to Georgia
Community of Suches, Georgia. Suches is an unincorporated area in Union County in the Georgia mountains, Suches is truly a paradise for outdoor activities. If you like to hike, bird watch, fish, hunt, camp or just sit under a tree and enjoy the clean mountain air. This is the place!. Activities: Hiking; Appalachian Trail ~ Benton MacKaye Trail ~ Duncan Ridge Trail ~ Three Forks Trail Millshoals Trail ~ Cooper Creek Trail ~ Yellow Mountain Trail Blood Mountain Archeological Area. Fishing: Toccoa River ~ Cooper Creek ~ Lake Winfield Scott ~ Deep Hole ~ Dockery Lake. Other scenic areas include: Sosebee Cove ~ Woody Gap ~ Chestatee Overlook ~ Sea Creek Falls Cooper Creek Wildlife Management Area ~ Chattahoochee Forest National Fish Hatchery.
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Junction GA Hwy 60
Western portion of GA Hwy. 180 aka GA 180W; also known as Wolfpen Gap Rd, starts in Suches, Georgia at Junction with GA Hwy #60. Suches is called 'A Valley Above the Clouds. Suches is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest Recreation Area. Ten wildernesses, 1,367 miles of trout streams, and 430 miles of trails enrich the Chattahoochee National Forest. The famous 2,135-mile Appalachian Trail begins here and hardy hikers don't see the end until they reach Maine! Drive along the Ridge and Valley Scenic Byway, which tours the Armuchee Ridges of the Appalachian Mountains.
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Church
Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church
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Church
Harmony Church of God
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Farm
Miller Gap Farm
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Bottled Water Plant
Appalachian Springs, producer of North Georgia Mountain Spring Water
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Church
Zion Baptist Church
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Lake Winfield Scott, Georgia
First entrance to Lake Winfield Scott Recreation Area - clear 18 acre Lake, high in the mountains with camping, swimming, fishing, boating and hiking. Covered pavilion and bath house. Overlooking beautiful Lake Winfield Scott in the north Georgia mountains, this recreation area offers two camping loops with 36 campsites. There are five pull-through sites and two double sites. Each campsite has a tent pad, grill, lantern post and picnic table, drinking water, restrooms and hot showers.
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Cooper Creek Rd.
Junction of Cooper Creek Rd. access north leads to Cooper's Creek Scenic & Recreation Area- 1,240 acre area featuring camping, fishing, picniking hiking, fishing and hunting. Great trout streams. There are 17 camp sites with picnic tables, tent pads and grills. Four of the sites are waterfront.
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Lake Winfield Scott
Second entrance to Lake Winfield Scott
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Wolf Pen Gap
Wolf Pen Gap, Elevation 3260 ft.
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Duncan Ridge Rd.
Main entrance to Coopers Creek Wildlife Management Area in Chattahoochee National Forest
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Hiking Trail
The Coosa Back Country Trail crosses Hwy 180 W at this point. This 12.9 mile loop trail begins and ends at Vogel State Park and goes through the Blood Mountain Wilderness area in the Chattahoochee National Forest
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Wildlife View Area
Access north side of highway, a pulloff goes to a wildlife viewing area. Binoculars are suggested
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Hiking Trail
Access to a 0.3 mile loop trail in Sosebee Cove Scenic Area - 175 acre tract of prize hardwoods set aside as a memorial to Arthur Woody, the 'Barefoot Ranger', who served as a US Forest Ranger from 1911 to 1945. Abundant spring flowers.
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Sosebee Cove
National Forest Scenic Area - Sosebee Cove
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Lake Trahlyta
20 acre Lake Trahlyta in Vogel State Park - one of Georgia's oldest and most popular state parks. 280 acres in the mountains, 110 tent and trailer sites, 36 rental cottages, store, miniature golf, swimming beach, 4 picnic shelters, pioneer camping, pedal boats, family group shelter. There are 17 miles of hiking trails. Annual special events include the Wildflower Program in April and Old Timer's Day in September
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Log Cabin
One of the rental cabins in Vogel State Park
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Dam
Dam on Lake Trahlyta at Vogel State Park
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Junction of U.S. Hwy #19/129
End of Western portion of Georgia Hwy #180W; mileage continues North along with U.S. Highways #19/129
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Sunrise Grocery
More than just a convenience store - fresh fruits, vegetables & much more
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Junction Georgia Hwy # 180
Eastern portion of GA Hwy #180, aka 180E, begins here-turn east leaving U.S. 19/129
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Nottely River at Bridge
Bridge crosses Nottely River, a State stocked trout stream
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Church
Choestoe Baptist Church
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Junction of GA Hwy 348
GA Hwy 348, aka Richard B. Russell Scenic Hwy
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Junction of Wolfstake Rd. W. 7 Creeks Housekeeping Cabins
Access south and a one mile drive on Wolfstake Rd. W. and a right turn on Horseshoe Cove Rd, takes you to 7 CREEKS HOUSEKEEPING CABINS, 5109 Horseshoe Cove Rd. Tel 1-888-241-0425
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Dyer Farm
A view of Dyer Farm and surrounding mountains
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Junction Town Creek School Road
A north turn and 2 miles on Town Creek School Rd takes you to Alexander's Store, a very popular local tourist attraction - and also leads you to the Trackrock Archeological Area
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Chattahoochee National Forest
Entering the Chattahoochee National Forest
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Junction of GA Hwy #180 spur, Brasstown Bald
A North turn and 3 mile drive up steep grades takes you to the Brasstown Bald Visitor Center in the Chattahoochee National Forest - Elevation 4784 ft. A picnic area located at the south end of the parking lot, has 15 tables with wonderful views of the surrounding mountains.
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Junction Owl Creek Road
Owl Creek Road
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Enota Resort
Enota Resort & Campground - tents, tipi's, cabins,R V's, waterfalls, trout pond fishing
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Junction of GA Hwys # 17/75
Highway start/finish eastern portion of Georgia Highway # 180 and Junction with GA Hwy's # 17/75