The Most-Photographed Oak-Lined Road In The Country Is Right Here On The Georgia Coast

While Georgia may be known for quite a few different things, one of the most naturally stunning avenues in the world is right here in our great state. The most photographed oak-lined road in the country, Wormsloe Historic Site in Georgia is a thing of pure beauty, and you can drive down this stunning road the next time you need a dose of nature in Savannah. Take a look…

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Address: 7601 Skidaway Rd, Savannah, GA 31406, USA