Tourist attractions abound in Macon County.
In addition to Andersonville National Historic Site, the beautiful headquarters of the American Camellia Society is just outside of Marshallville, there is a historic driving tour of the county. Whitewater Creek Park offers hiking and camping, and tourists may also visit a large Mennonite community that runs Yoder's Deitsch Haus Restaurant, Bakery and Gift Shop.
Annual celebrations include the Festival of Camellias, the Crape Myrtle Festival, the Beaver Creek Festival, and the Oglethorpe Fall Festival. More information about these events can be found on our festivals page.
- Andersonville National Historic Site
- Whitewater Creek Park
- Flint River and the Last Ferry
- Mennonite Community
- American Camellia Society
- Historic Driving Tour
- Flint River Farms
- Montezuma Bluff Wildlife Management Area
Photo by Mark Tisdale, www.beautifulworldart.com