Scull Shoals Historic Site, GA

US Forest Service

Scull Shoals Historic Site

The Scull Shoals Historic Site is just that, historic. From the native Americans who lived here for at least 10,000 years to the time Hernando de Soto's troops came to the area in 1540 to Georgia&...[more]



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From I-20, Exit 130, travel north on GA 44 to downtown Greensboro, GA. Take GA 15 north approximately 10.9 miles to the intersection of Macedonia Church Rd on the right. Turn right and travel approximately 2.4 miles to Forest Service Rd 1234 on the left. Turn left onto a gravel road and travel approximately 1.8 miles to Scull Shoals Historic Site.

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