Today, we took a day trip to Old Car City USA in White, Georgia. Old Car City was founded in 1931 as a used car dealer, turned car & parts junkyard, and lastly mother nature turned it into two ton flower pots and photographers paradise. There are seven miles of trails with over 4,000 cars and 40 acres to see. Here are some of my favorites from the day.
To get ready to go, make sure you wear closed toed shoes, as there are a lot of rusty things lying around. Also wear bug spray, as it is heavily wooded. I forgot to put on bug spray today, but had a few buzzing around wishing I had. It is very shaded in most parts, so sunscreen is probably optional. They are open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm.
Old Car City really is a site to see. If you are ever near Atlanta, think about heading a little further north to White and checking it out!
Afterwards, we headed to Rome, GA to eat at one of our favorite places. We were going to explore some of Rome too, but the rain beat us and we retreated to the car and headed home.