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Mountains or beach? Small town or big city? Barbecue or Sea Bass? Flea market or Neiman Marcus? Civil War or Civil Rights? The most wonderful thing about Georgia is that while you\'re here, you can be whoever you want to be. Want to play 18 holes of world-class golf, then hike the Appalachian Trail? You can do that. Want to travel through small towns, visiting local fairs and staying in country inns, then wander among Picassos and Monets and stay in four-star hotels? You can do that, too. In Georgia, you can do pretty much anything.

Getting to Georgia is easy. Hartsfield International Airport is the world\'s busiest passenger airport, with more than 2,000 daily flights to and from cities throughout the nation and the world. Interstates 75, 85, 95, and 20 all cross through Georgia. Amtrak stations can be found in Atlanta, Columbus, Gainesville, Jesup, Macon, Savannah, and Toccoa. Bus transportation is also readily available. While in Atlanta, you can take advantage of MARTA, our modern and efficient rapid rail and bus system.

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With modern-day facilities amidst reminders of days gone by, Hamburg State Park offers a wonderful mix of history and outdoor recreation. Anglers can enjoy great lake fishing for largemouth bass, crappie and bream, as well as boat ramps and a fishing pier. Campers find shaded campsites along the edge of quiet Hamburg Lake fed by the Little Ogeechee River. The restored 1921 water-powered grist mill is still operational and beckons visitors to buy a bag of corn meal at the country store. Visitors who are particularly interested in the mill should call ahead to ask when it will be operating. A museum displays old agricultural tools and appliances used in rural Georgia. Located 20 miles north of Sandersville via Hamburg State Park Road off Ga. Hwy. 102.

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