Category Archives: Attractions

Dining

Uncle Melvin’s Stop and Shop – 4 miles – Sandwiches, pizza, meals. Also a convenience store with food, beer, wine, ammo, bait, hunting & fishing licenses. Canoochee Catfish Restaurant – 9 miles McKinney’s Pond Restaurant – 6 miles Midville Cafe – 10 miles West – GA 56 and GA 17, downtown Midville – Open for breakfast and lunch. Lee Brothers Bar-B-Q – 10 miles West – Two blocks S of Midville Cafe – Buffet luncheon. Coleman Lake Restaurant – 15

Country Drives

This 35-mile Scenic Byway begins in the Downtown Millen Historic District. Its railroad depots date from the early 1900s.  The Millen-Jenkins County Museum features local histories, Native American Indian artifacts, tools, and cotton mill equipment. Proceeding to SR 23 and Perkins Green Fork Road, scenic character is exhibited by woodlands, pasture lands, and historic farmhouses in small and scattered communities.  Varied and distinctive view sheds are found on Herndon Road, along with several historic churches. SR 17, heading back to Cotton Avenue,

A Quiet Getaway

A Quiet Getaway For a quiet getaway, this is the place. Lie in a hammock, lay in the sun, read a book, watch the sun rise, watch the sun set, or just listen to Nature – this is the place to do it. Since we only rent to one guest or group at a time, it’ll be just you and the staff – who are totally discrete. Sunset from the yard.

Stargazing

Stargazing We’re far enough from town that the sky lights up with stars at night. People have come out here, looked up at the sky, and asked me, “What’s that?” “You mean the Milky Way?” “Is that what that is? I’ve heard of it, but didn’t know you could see it with the naked eye.” This is a great place to lie in a lawn chair and look at the stars though your binoculars. We’ll even loan you a pair.