The Gourmet Highway never ends!
September takes Doc to Plains, Georgia and Sunday services at Jimmy Carter's church, followed by a visit with dear friends at nearby Koinonia Farm, the Birthplace of Habitat for Humanity.
Discover a world of Southern charm, famous for its annual peanut festival. From the Train Depot, to several museums, antique malls and even the peanut store, there are plenty of activities in Plains, Georgia, to entertain.
The Plains Historic Inn has seven rooms built by President Carter and others, decorated in the decades of his life. The rooms range from the 1920s through the 1980s and are beautifully decorated with furnishing from each of the periods.
There’s something for everyone in Plains, GA, and lots of great peanuts too!