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Hillside Rock Garden, a woodland area which has five terraces, leading to the large swimming pool that was blasted out of solid granite.

The Sunken Garden was located below the Blue Bonnet Tea Room. It has a trickling waterfall leading to a matching set of collecting pools that channel water beyond the Wishing Well to an octagon reflection pool. This pool was once a wisteria covered octagonal arbor situated over a large pool. This pool sits atop Little Stone Mountain.

The Japanese Garden has a Gazebo. Water travels through collection pools cascading down to the Twin Pools. These Twin Pools feature a "floating stone" in the middle. Koi fish enjoy these pools. This Japanese Garden area was also said to have had numerous Umbrella trees during its day. There was also an area described as "Little Italy" that is remembered for its beautiful stone paths and steps.

Hanging Garden is an area where rock hangs over a dripping waterfall surrounded by two curved stone staircases. This is a perennial garden and lies adjacent to the upper Amphitheater and above the old Shangri-la site.
General Information
Admission: $10 per person for adults and $8 for children. Group tours are available by appointment. Open: Friday and Saturday from 10am-4pm and Sunday open from Noon-4pm
Contact and Address
Phone: 678-423-4050 - Address: Roscoe Road/Hwy. 70, Newnan Georgia 30263
Directions from Atlanta: Take I-85 South Past Hartsfield Airport, merge Right onto Exit 69 South Fulton Parkway (Spur 14) (stay in left lane for first two miles), Go 20.7 miles
Then turn Left onto Campbellton Redwine Road (this road becomes Highway 70 at Coweta County line), Go 7.1 miles. Turn Right across the bridge into the Stone Entranceway to Dunaway Gardens. If wrought iron gate is closed, press call button, if no answer, use vehicle horn.
Through entranceway bear Left to parking uphill.
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