BY ANGELA GARY
Stepping back in time to explore a Native American village, exploring a vast collection of western artwork, checking out life on the farm and then relaxing for the night at a wonderful resort property await visitors to Northwest Georgia’s Historic High Country.
The state of Georgia’s official tourism and travel site, www.exploregeorgia.org, divides the state into nine regions. The Historic High Country region is comprised of 17 counties and offers a cross section of things to see and do. On a recent visit to the area, I made stops in Adairsville, Canton, Rome and Cartersville and made plans to return soon to explore other areas of the region. It’s a perfect destination for a family adventure as there are activities offered that will appeal to all ages.
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