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East High Country

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Map of the Historic High Country. East High Country counties are in brown

The East High Country is a sub-region of Georgia's Historic High Country region. The East region of the Georgia Historic High Country shares a border with South Carolina, the Metro Atlanta area, and Classic Heartland of Georgia. Athens and Clemson are notable college towns that are near this area.

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Map of East High Country

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  • 1 Ty Cobb Museum, +1 706 245-1825. See art and memorabilia, film, video, books and historical archives of baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb, as well as several other notable people from Franklin County Booth Western Art Museum (Q4943895) on Wikidata Booth Western Art Museum on Wikipedia

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  • 1 Fort Yargo State Park. Features 20.5 miles of trails for hikers and mountain bikers. The park's 260-acre lake offers a large swimming beach, fishing and boat ramps. There is also a disc golf course
  • 2 Richard B. Russell State Park. State park located on the shores of Richard B. Russell Lake. Features a disc golf course and 6 miles of trails.

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