Places to go and things to see…we have it in Crawford County
Crawford County is on the trails…Explore Highway 341 and Peaches to the Beaches; Agritourism Trail Hwy 41/341; Historic Driving Trail on US 341; Peach Blossom Trail.
Looking for camps or learning centers; We have those too!
Camp Grace, Spirit Quest, Sun Valley Arabians
Sun Valley Arabians– offering swimming lessons in summer months and riding lessons all year
Sun Valley Arabians entertains with horse shows in competition. This is a place you will be able to show your horse or be a part of the audience. Come and enjoy the out doors at a wonderful place for horse lovers!
We partner with horses to provide a space for our clients to meet their therapy and personal goals in an environment that many find more helpful than traditional talk therapy. The organization that I belong to is involved in peer reviewed research to study the continuing success of this model. We use a team approach, all unmounted, and most importantly, ethics are paramount, as well as confidentiality. It’s both a little complicated to explain at times and incredibly cool.
I am passionate about it as a provider, and I would love to tell you more about it in greater detail and answer all your questions!
All of the hor
ses have been rescued and keep your secrets. Owner Operator, Paige Jobe has created her desire to save and rescue horses and give them a job that they have advantages and well paid in love and respect.
To investigate call and talk with Paige 478-960-4977. you will see the advantages of this program for children or adults.
Camp Grace sits on 300 acres in Crawford County.
Camp Grace is a retreat center throughout the year and a summer camp for at-risk youth across the south. We partner with ministries from all over for an overnight experience to escape the real world. Camp Grace creates an environment that grows dreams, changes hearts and inspires life change among all those who visit.
Contact Courtney Meeks Davis for information and reservations for your time at Camp Grace.
Camp Director Courtney Meeks Davis
Peace and quiet with open space walks…This is a camp for all to enjoy in God’s Love.
Need a place to come tour and hear the stories personalizing our over 150 year old buildings in Knoxville, Crawford County Georgia: the Old Jail, Pottery Museum, The Georgia Post Building, and majestic and full of stories of Crawford County…”the Old Courthouse.”
Built in 1852, likely by Henry Crews, this vernacular courthouse is among the oldest in Georgia. It replaced an earlier structure on the same location which was destroyed by fire in 1829. After extensive renovations and remodels during the 19th and 20th centuries, it was no longer deemed practical and a new courthouse was opened across the street in 2002. Now it is used as one of Crawford County Museums. One may visit the museum Monday through Friday by calling 478-836 3825. This is just one of the counties museums:
The Georgia Post Building is the smallest building on the Georgia Preservation Buildings and it business celebrates 100 years business. Crawford County Old Jail was erected in 1824 and was used until the 1970’s. Many stories to tell especially the one escape of a prisoner through the bars on the second story. Brick building is erected in a two story square. The Pottery Museum, houses the relics of pottery created by the many potters in this county. Each year the third Saturday in May this history of pottery is celebrated as the Georgia Jug Festival and Old Knoxville Days. However you may visit all by appointment and calling 478-836-3825.
Come see us and visit our many museums and historic downtown Roberta.