August 25, 2012
Tom Seegmueller, longtime Chehaw Park volunteer, said many of the original log cabins from Chehaw’s 1937 beginning still survive and are used throughout the park. The name for the popular south Georgia attraction is taken from a tribe of friendly Indians who once lived in the area.
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Created as a part of the Depression-era New Deal, "state park number nine" is hardly feeling its age.