A Savannah resident suggested this trip if we wanted to admire the mile long stretch of live oaks used in the "run, Forrest, run" scene of Forrest Gump. So we went, and the canopy with hanging Spanish moss was spectacular! Moreover, at the end of the drive, there is a park service building with restrooms, souveniers, books, and a film about Noble Jones, the early Georgia settler who founded Wormsloe Plantation. A short walking trip brings the tourists to the ruins of Noble's fortified house and his final resting place. It's worth the $6 per adult entrance fee.
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