Georgia is a state that provides a variety of different landscapes, including mountain areas as well as views of the Pacific Ocean, as it has a small border on the coast.
You will be engulfed in the beautiful nature around you, including trees and plant life in the forest, breathtaking waterfalls, and many other beautiful landscapes.
A long drive down Coastal Highway U.S. 17 will take you through a number of cities offering several beach stops with incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Visitors can take a deep dive into the education behind fish and other wildlife while even participating in fishing events throughout the year.
The area that is considered the byway is a 55-mile loop that was established in 2005 by the Georgia Department of Transportation and is also known as the Cove.
This trail will take you down Georgia State Route 121 and got its name from the abundance of woodpeckers that live in the area.