From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
One doesn’t normally think of Georgia as a state with lots of backcountry hiking, but thank Franklin D. Roosevelt for creating a vast stretch of wilderness there that not only bears his name but is a terrific destination for active RVers looking to get away from it all and breathe clean, pine-scented mountain air.
The FDR State Park is a 9,049 acre Georgia state park located near Pine Mountain and Warm Springs, and hour or so south pf Atlanta. It is the site of Roosevelt’s so-called Little White House where he came for therapeutic sessions in the constant 88 degree spring water that offered welcome relief from the discomfort of polio.
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