2-4 May 18
Our next stop was the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village in Tiffin, GA. We arrived later in the afternoon and were not prepared for the size of the exhibits. We toured the historic grounds in about two hours before closing time. If you are interested in this type of history and enjoy talking with reenactors, you could easily spend the entire day here. There are very interesting exhibits, structures and complete farms to visit. Most of them have reenactors who will tell you stories and willing to answer your questions.
Our last stop in Georgia is the Reed Bingham State Park. This park has amazing Live Oak trees and good trails for hiking.
Our last stop of the trip was at Falling Waters State Park, FL, where we have stayed before.