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Callaway Calling
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Entire chalet · 8 guests · 5 beds · 2 baths
Callaway CallingThis A Frame was built in the early 70s. Enjoy a fully equipped kitchen, a deck, outdoor patio, two living areas and more. Enjoy the peaceful neighborhood and surroundings. Walking distance to downtown Pine Mountain and a few minutes walking or biking to Callaway Gardens. Nearby attractions include several wineries and breweries, FDR national park, the Wild Animal Safari, and more. This is an old rustic house. If you leave the doors open bugs may come in as we are in the woods.
Little Garden House
SUPERHOST
Entire residential home · 6 guests · 3 beds · 2 baths
Little Garden HouseLittle three bedroom two bath house .5 miles from downtown Pine Mountain. We are working on fixing up the house as we Airbnb it between guests. It is a work in progress. It is an old house.Please only book if you are easy going as this is not the Hilton. The road is a bumpy gravel road to get to the house. The neighborhood is friendly and safe but not a fancy neighborhood so if you are uncomfortable in not wealthy neighborhoods you may choose to stay somewhere where you'll be more comfortable.
Luxury Deluxe Villa in Beautiful Callaway Gardens!
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Entire villa · 8 guests · 4 beds · 2 baths
Luxury Deluxe Villa in Beautiful Callaway Gardens!Completely remodeled and fabulously redesigned Luxury Villa situated within the secluded Mountain Creek Villas at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia. We welcome you to relax among the surrounding luscious nature & enjoy the best of designer indoor & outdoor living spaces with a luxurious touch. Located just minutes away from enjoying all of the attractions, amenities, & events in Beautiful Callaway Gardens & Georgia's most breathtaking hiking trails & views in FDR State Park.

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3 Bedroom Chalet in Beautiful Pine Mountain, GA.
$175 per night
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Historic Home near Callaway Gardens (B)
$75 per night
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NEW! Main Street Home: 1 Mile to Callaway Gardens
$199 per night
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Beautiful historic home - 2nd floor
$120 per night
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The Waterview Lake House
$129 per night
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Seagle’s Nest
$279 per night
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2 Bedroom Cabin in the Park! @Callaway Gardens
$401 per night
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1 bdrm+1 bath-private entrance @Callaway Gardens!
$135 per night
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Cottage #1 at Callaway Resort and Gardens
$309 per night
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1 Bedroom Cabin in the Park! @Callaway Gardens
$307 per night
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Beautiful Historic Home - 1 room
$60 per night
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Historic Cottage in Pine Mt, near Callaway (C)
$75 per night

Your guide to Pine Mountain

All About Pine Mountain

Located at the southernmost end of the Appalachian Mountains in Georgia, Pine Mountain has the best of both worlds. First there’s the quaint downtown area, known for its array of antique shops and boutiques, and where every experience is sprinkled with Southern charm. Then there are the wide open spaces where the spotlight shines on nature’s beauty. Nearby gardens have drawn travelers for nearly seven decades to striking flora and fauna and serene walking trails. Not far away is the massive park where creeks hop along trails that lead to small but sweet waterfalls. In fact, the area was so beloved by Franklin D. Roosevelt that the state park now bears his name.


How do I get around Pine Mountain?

Pine Mountain is about a 75-minute drive southwest of Atlanta, so the best way to get there is by car. If you’re flying, you’ll likely arrive at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), about an hour away. Alternatively, it’s a 90-minute drive from Montgomery, Alabama, which is served by Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM). From the airport, it’s around 2 hours away. Pine Mountain is also within reach of other hubs, including a 3.5-hour drive from Tallahassee, four hours from Savannah, five hours from Jacksonville, and six hours from New Orleans. There’s also Harris County Airport (PIM), 30 minutes away, for private flights.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Pine Mountain?

With muggy summers and cold winters, the best times to enjoy the great outdoors in Pine Mountain are springs and summers, when high temperatures are in the lower 80s Fahrenheit and lows are in the 50s. Peak heat comes in mid-July, when highs inch near 90 degrees and lows are in the 70s, but it’s the mugginess that can lead to oppressive conditions, especially in late July and early August. Winters are usually in the 30s to 40s. The average monthly rainfall is about three to four inches, slightly peaking in February.


What are the top things to do in Pine Mountain?

F.D. Roosevelt State Park

Georgia’s biggest state park covers 9,049 acres with 40 miles of trails and two lakes, with opportunities to go hiking, birding, fishing, horseback riding, stargazing, and geocaching, among other activities. Follow Franklin D. Roosevelt’s footsteps past King’s Gap to Dowdell’s Knob, where there’s a sculpture of him at the overlook where he used to picnic. The 32nd president also was known to swim in the area’s naturally warm springs to treat his polio. Waterfall lovers won’t want to miss the Pine Mountain Trail to Cascade Falls, a very popular hiking route that rewards with multiple photo-ready cascades — Csonka Falls, Big Rock Falls, Slippery Rock Falls, and Cascade Falls among them. The trailhead is 18 miles from Pine Mountain and winds through dense forest and lichen-covered rocks. If you go, be sure you’re wearing appropriate footwear to cross the streams dotting this trail and perhaps a picnic lunch to eat once you hit Cascade Falls.

Downtown Pine Mountain

Quintessential Southern charm comes to life among the antique shops and boutiques in the downtown area, which also has cafes, barbecue restaurants, and ice cream shops.