Sharing the land: Callaway Gardens

The year is 1952. The average cost of a new home comes in below $10,000. The Korean War is more than halfway over. And Callaway Resort & Gardens has opened its doors to the public. Decades have passed since then, and this 2,500-acre attraction continues to bring in thousands of visitors each year. If you grew up in the South, you likely visited the Gardens as part of a school field trip or on a family vacation.


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