Bulloch House Restaurant happily accommodates large groups and bus tours. Please call ahead and schedule a meal with us at 706-655-9068.
Warm Springs is home to an amazing collection of attractions. Of course, we’d love to share a meal with you at Bulloch House Restaurant, but be sure to also check out some of these other exciting and historic area destinations while you’re in town.
Are you looking for fun things to do near Atlanta with kids, groups, or just want to book a last-minute getaway? Callaway Gardens offers fun for kids and adults of all ages! They have the best deals for vacations, whether you’ll be visiting us once or are interested in getting an annual pass. We also offer group discounts and special deals for active and retired U.S. military members as well as AAA and AARP members.
If you’ve never visited before, know that the Gardens are just the beginning! Your kids will love these family-friendly activities at Callaway Gardens.
Warm Springs Winery
Make good wine in our scenic country setting where locals and tourists will want to spend enjoyable time while in the historic and beautiful Warm Springs and Pine Mountain area. Come, enjoy the flowers, sip on some wine. They specialize in muscadine grape wines and seasonal fruit wines such as peach and blueberry. Seasonal fruit wines are available sometime in October or November.
They currently have 7 styles of muscadine wine. There are 3 whites, ranging in sweetness from dry to sweet. There is a dry red, off-dry blush, a semi-sweet rose, and a sweet red. All the fruit is from here and represents Georgia products 100%. Cost is $15 a bottle, which includes taxes.
Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery
- Established: 1899. This facility is a warm water hatchery that was authorized by Congress in 1898.
- The species propagated here do best in spring and summer water temperatures of 60 degrees to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Species such as striped bass, lake sturgeon, robust redhorse and alligator gar.
- The Warm Springs NFH consists of 56 acres with 40 ponds totaling 18.23 acres of water. The hatchery’s primary area of concern is Georgia but work performed benefits species throughout the 10-state Southeast Region.
Roosevelt's Little White House
Franklin Delano Roosevelt built the Little White House in 1932 while governor of New York, prior to being inaugurated as president in 1933. He first came to Warm Springs in 1924 hoping to find a cure for the infantile paralysis (polio) that had struck him in 1921.
Swimming in the 88-degree, buoyant spring waters brought him no miracle cure, but it did bring improvement. During FDR’s presidency and the Great Depression, he developed many New Deal Programs (such as the Rural Electrification Administration) based upon his experiences in this small town.
Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge
The Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge, (A Surviving Horace King Bridge) sometimes called the Imlac Covered Bridge, spans Red Oak Creek in the small community of Imlac not far from Woodbury, Georgia.
Only 12 miles north of Warm Springs, the old bridge is a rare surviving example of the ingenuity of famed bridge builder Horace King. Including approaches, it stretches for 391 feet, making it the longest wooden bridge in Georgia. The main span is 253 feet long and is the state’s oldest covered bridge.
F.D. Roosevelt State Park
“Inspired by the natural wonders of Pine Mountain Ridge, F.D. Roosevelt State Park bridges the hope of the past to preservation for the future.”
At 9,049 acres, Georgia’s largest state park is a hiker’s and backpacker’s haven. More than 40 miles of trails, including the popular 23-mile Pine Mountain Trail, wind through hardwood and pines, over creeks and past small waterfalls. Many visitors are surprised to find rolling mountains 80 miles southwest of Atlanta.
Wild Animal Safari
Wild Animal Safari has over 65 different animal species, adding up to over 650 animals! You will get to see these animals upclose from the comfort and safety of your vehicle or one of ours. You’ll see lions, tigers, monkeys, giraffes and more. Our websites have more information about what animals each animal park features.
You can choose to take on our Wild Animal Safari from the comfort of your own vehicle or you can choose to take the complimentary bus tour that is led by an Animal Safari tour guide.