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Our website provides detailed information about the many attractions in Toccoa, Stephens County and Northeast Georgia. We invite you to spend some time with us and find out why we think our city is one of the greatest places to live in the world.
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Toccoa offers more than 75 national and local stores, an award-winning downtown, and suburban shopping centers.
On Main Street explore specialty shops, wander through the art galleries and tour the beautifully renovated Stephens County Courthouse. The Cornerstone Antique Market with fine furniture, porcelain, jewelry and more is adjacent to the historic courthouse square.
Currahee Military Museum of HBO’s Band of Brothers fame, tells the story of Camp Toccoa, the first Paratrooper Camp in the U.S that trained soldiers during World War II. Ask about the Camp Toccoa Driving Tour. The Stephens County Historical Museum offers a glimpse into the area’s past which is full of interesting and colorful hometown folks including Olympian Paul Anderson, world record holder for the "Strongest Man."
While in Toccoa, stop in one of the restaurants, one of which was highlighted on Food Network’s Alton Brown’s “Feasting on Asphalt” show. Enjoy the outdoors while visiting Toccoa Falls, Henderson Falls Park, Paul Anderson Park or Traveler’s Rest State Historic site.
Hartwell Lake offers a wide variety of recreational activities including fishing, boating, and swimming.
The Eastern Line of Amtrak runs stops twice daily in the City of Toccoa.
Toccoa has a variety of hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts from which to choose.