Tour, camp or hike your way around Georgia's primitive island once inhabited by the Carnegies.
Windies have been traveling the "Gone With the Wind" trail for years, but for regular fans of Margaret Mitchell's masterpiece, a new, official trail of sites in and around Atlanta makes it easy to discover the story's history and legacy.
A retreat can often be described as a haven or refuge, a place where individuals or groups venture to seek solitude and escape the hustle and bustle of their everyday lives. Nestled in a forest of towering pines and majestic oaks, bordered by Georgia’s Cumberland River near the border of Florida, sits Cabin Bluff — a hunter’s paradise dating from the days of Calvin Coolidge. Established in 1928 as a sanctuary for distinguished sporting enthusiasts from around the world, Cabin Bluff earned a reputation as a world-class hunting and fishing destination. The addition of championship golf in a unique setting, hiking, biking and kayaking, sporting clays and an inviting lap pool has turned the remote compound into a luxurious Southern getaway.