Locate It: Broxton Rocks

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Broxton Rocks

A roaring waterfall and 30-foot cliffs aren’t expected when visiting a city in Georgia’s coastal plain. That is why the Broxton Rocks are so special. The Nature Conservancy has preserved 1,650 acres around where sandstone running under the flat geography was exposed by erosion roughly 15,000 years ago. The result is a network of fissures, cliffs and crevices that stay cool and moist and create an ecosystem unlike anywhere else in the coastal plain. Open to the public Easter Sunday and June-August only. It is available for private tours in the Spring.

Rock Road
Broxton, GA 31519

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