Hickory Hill

Historic house museum of U.S. Senator
Thomas E. Watson. Tours by appointment.

502 Hickory Hill Dr.,
Thomson, GA 30824  

(706) 595-7777

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Little River Water Trail

paddle this 20 mile trail along the McDuffie and Wilkes County lines, winding through the Clarks Hill Wildlife Management Area

(706) 597-1000

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McDuffie Public Fishing Area

Open daily from sunrise to sunset, offers: seven fishing ponds, two archery ranges, a 12- acre dove field, waterfowl hunting, and nature trails.  

4695 Fish Hatchery Rd., SE,
Dearing, GA

(706) 595-1684

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McDuffie Museum

Learn the history of the county.  

121 Main St.,
Thomson, GA 30824  

(706) 595-9923

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McTell’s 12 String Strut

Painted Stella guitar replicas designed by local artists. Stop by the Thomson Depot to see the guitar stationed there, pick up a map of all the locations and hear audio interpretation about Blind Willie McTell.   

111 Railroad St.,
Thomson, GA 30824

(706) 597-1000

 
 

 

Rock House

The Rock House, built around 1785 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

1315 Rock House Rd.,
Thomson, GA 30824

(706) 597-1000

 
 
 

 
 

Raysville Marina

Boat ramp, picnic tables, gas, tackle, campsites.  

6584 Lincolnton Rd. NE,
Thomson, GA 30824

(706) 595-5582

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Sweetwater Park Disc Golf

Play a round on this 18 hole course.

180 Sweetwater Park Drive,
Thomson, GA 30824

(706) 595-2152

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White Hills Farm

An organic lavender, herb and flower production farm. Open on Fridays for tours, demos, classes, and shopping from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

1419 Fort Creek Rd.,
Dearing, GA

(706) 595-5081

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Wrightsboro Historic District

McDuffie Counties roots go back to this 1768 settlement, the southernmost point of Quaker migration in North America. Audio interpretation box on site.

4736 Wrightsboro Rd.,
Thomson, GA 30824

(706) 597-1000

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