Chattahoochee National Forest
The Chattahoochee–Oconee National Forest in northern Georgia comprises two United States National Forests, the Oconee National Forest in eastern Georgia and the Chattahoochee National Forest located in the North Georgia Mountains. The Chattahoochee National Forest is composed of an eastern and western forest. The western forest contains Johns Mountain, Little Sand Mountain, and Taylor Ridge (Georgia). The combined total area of the Chattahoochee–Oconee National Forest is 866,468 acres (3,506 km2), of which the Chattahoochee National Forest comprises 750,145 acres (3,036 km2) and the Oconee National Forest comprises 116,232 acres (470 km2). The county with the largest portion of the eastern forest is Rabun County, Georgia, which has 148,684 acres (601. 7 km2) within its boundaries.
|Lanier Islands Beach and Water Park (41.2 miles)|
Andrews Bald (65 miles)
Clingmans Dome (66 miles)
Stone Mountain Park (66.4 miles)
Piedmont Park (68.8 miles)
|Great Smoky Mountains National Park (69.1 miles)|
Ruby Falls (70 miles)
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum (70.1 miles)
World of Coca-Cola (70.7 miles)
Centennial Olympic Park (70.8 miles)
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Chattahoochee National Forest, Suches, Georgia 30572
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