F. D. Roosevelt Park Stone Cabin
F. D. Roosevelt State Park is the largest state park in Georgia:
“Many facilities within the park were built by FDR’s Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression, including stone cabins overlooking the mountain, a Liberty Bell-shaped swimming pool, and the arched bridge at Hwys. 190 and 354. A small lake is open to fishing and canoeing, and picnic shelters are available for group gatherings.” (www.pinemountain.org)
Project originally submitted by Don Brown on May 19, 2016.
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