This year's conference
will again be held at the Callaway Inn at the Callaway
beautiful Pine Mountain, Georgia. Pine Mountain is located about
60 miles from the Hartsfield International Airport in Atlanta.
are available at the Callaway Inn for $100 per night. When making
room reservations, please say that you are attending the conference.
Call 1-800-CALLAWAY for reservations.
is on U.S. Highway 27 in Pine Mountain, Georgia, 70 minutes southwest
of Atlanta and 30 minutes north of Columbus.
(70 miles) - Take Interstate 85 South to Interstate 185 South
(exit 21). Exit at U. S.Hwy. 27 (exit 42). Follow Hwy. 27 South
to Pine Mountain. In Pine Mountain, proceed South on 27 until
you see the Inn on the left.
(80 miles) - Take U. S. Hwy. 80 West to Ga. Hwy. 208 West to
U. S. Hwy. 27 North.
Gardens began in the 1930s when Cason Callaway converted 14,000
acress of worn-out cotton fields into a rambling mix of gardens, woodlands, sparkling
lakes and golf courses. Scattered througout
the acreage and recreational
opportunities are many attractions hardly typical of
a resort. These include the John A. Sibley Horticultural Center,
with world-class floral displays; the Cecil B. Day Butterfly
Center, where up to 1,000 butterflies flutter about; a
pioneer log cabin; and Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden, where tomatoes
and peaches ripen in the sun. In summer, there's waterskiing,
shuffleboard, tennis and gardening workshops.
The Pine Mountain
area covers over 50 square miles across four Georgia counties
with both hot and cold mineral springs, streams,lakes, mountains,
and valleys. The town of Pine Mountain, located only a couple
of miles from Callaway Gardens, is a quaint village filled with
antique shops, specialty stores and restaurants. Nearby attractions
- The Little
White House - President Franklin D. Roosevelt's home he built
after coming to Warm Springs, Georgia to seek aid for his paralysis.
- Pine Mountain
Wild Animal Park- with 500 acres of wild animals including lions,
bears,giraffes, camels, antelopes,zerbras and many more.
- includes a Grist Mill, petting zoo, Turkey Creek, Camping,
horseback riding and much more.
- FDR State
Park - Georgia's largest and finest state park boasts renowned
hiking trails with both short nature trails and a 23 mile Pine
Mountain Trail. The scenic park also features camping, cabins,
lakes, swimming pool.