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The natural woodlands and shimmering lakes accented by wildlife and plants too numerous to name set the tone for a quiet experience to relax and inspire you, and at the same time, provide a stunning background for a day of adventure.
Callaway Brothers Azalea Bowl Garden
The beauty of every season is here. This 40-acre garden captures Mother Nature at her best. With more than 3,400 hybrid azaleas, the garden erupts with a colorful palette of pinks, reds and whites each Spring. Many of the cuttings came from the Overlook Garden, our original azalea garden. Additional plantings including 2,000 trees and shrubs, provide an array of foliage and blooms throughout the year.

In addition it includes a number of unique design features that enhance the beauty of the garden. A pavilion, gazebo, stream, wide walking path and arched bridge make this an ideal place to relax and enjoy the setting.

The garden is named in honor of brothers Ely Reeves Callaway and Fuller Earle Callaway. Fuller Callaway was the father of Gardens' founder Cason J. Callaway. Ely Callaway was the father of Ely Callaway Jr., founder of Callaway Golf. Ely Callaway Jr. funded this garden with a donation.
Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden
This outstanding 7.5 acres of demonstration gardens bring gardening to life. The Vegetable Garden was one of the last major projects initiated by Gardens founder Cason J. Callaway before his death, and it is affectionately named in his memory.

If the garden looks familiar, maybe it's because this is the Southern setting for the popular PBS television show, The Victory Garden. Although referred to as the Vegetable Garden, much more than just vegetables grow here. The Vegetable Garden's design includes areas for fruits, herbs, flowers, an All America Trials garden, a composting area and more. But most home gardeners who visit Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden find that what grows here best is inspiration!
Overlook Garden
This area is steeped in history, because it was planted under the direction of founders Cason and Virginia Callaway. It is strikingly beautiful during Spring when the thousands of azalea shrubs bear vibrant blooms. More than 700 varieties of cultivated azaleas were carefully selected and planted here years ago. Over time, the garden has grown and changed naturally, and visitors have made a visit to this garden a rite of Spring.
General Information
Handicap Accessibility: Efforts continue to be made to see that the facilities at Callaway Gardens are accessible to our guests with special needs. Due to the nature of gardens, some outdoor areas such as nature trails may be difficult for wheelchair travel. Guests in wheelchairs will find, however, that they are able to experience most of Callaway's attractions. For your convenience, wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and most Callaway transportation is equipped with wheelchair lifts.

Pets: Pets must be on a leash at all times. Pets are not allowed inside any buildings or accommodations, in the Robin Lake Beach area (including picnic and parking areas) or at the Discovery Center Amphitheater during the Birds of Prey shows.

Hours of Operation: 9 am - 5 pm
Contact, Address & Website
Telephone: 706-663-2281 - Address: 17800 US Hwy 27, Pine Mountain Georgia 31822
Directions from Atlanta: Take I-85 South from Atlanta to I-185 and continue south to the U. S. Hwy. 27 exit. Turn left onto U. S. Hwy. 27 and drive south approximately 10 miles to Pine Mountain. Turn right onto Ga. Hwy. 354 West and proceed to Ga. Hwy. 18. Turn left into Callaway Gardens. From the south on either I-85 or I-185, exit east on Hwy. 18 to Callaway Gardens.- Callaway Gardens Website
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