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Cohutta-Chattahoochee Scenic Byway

Scenic Byways or Routes
Fort Mountain State Park - the eastern end of the Cohutta-Chattahoocee Scenic Byway – Fort Mountain Sate Park Website

ADA Accessibility Notes

Limited ADA accessibility

Start your adventure on the Cohutta-Chattahoochee Scenic Byway and travel the 54 mile route while taking in the scenery of beautiful Northwest Georgia. Along the way you can visit the last capital of the Cherokee at Red Clay State Park, as well as the Cohutta Fisheries Center, the C.E. Blevins Avian Learning Center, Prater's Mill, Fort Mountain State Park and the Chattahoochee National Forest. This is North West Georgia at its finest.

Driving Directions

From I-75 Exit 341. Take GA Hwy 201 East, turn right on GA Hwy 2 and travel 1.5 miles, turn left on GA Hwy 71 travel north 4 miles to Hopewell Road on your left - begin Scenic Byway

Highlights and Key Points Along the Route

  • Red Clay State Park (TN)
  • Farmer's Lake aka Red Clay Resort
  • C.E. Blevins Avian Learning Center (artistic bird egg replicas)
  • Prater's Mill (1855 grist mill)
  • Chattahoochee National Forest
  • Fort Mountain State Park

Length of Byway or Route

54 miles

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are welcome at the trail-head stops. You'll want to get out of your car and explore the area, too!