We appreciate your comments and suggestions and are available to answer your questions regarding the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. Please note that President Jimmy Carter does not receive correspondence at the address, phone number or e-mail listed below. We regret that we are unable to send messages on your behalf to President Carter. We suggest contacting the Carter Center to request meetings, interviews, public appearances or to share your comments on his political decisions.
National Park Service rangers are on duty to ensure that your visit to your National Historic Site is pleasant, safe, informative, and memorable, and that the natural and historic resources in the park are preserved for your enjoyment - and that of generations to come. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any question you have, or to inform us about issues concerning the welfare of the park, its inhabitants, and its visitors. You can reach us by any of the following:
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Did You Know?
Jimmy Carter returned to Plains, Georgia, in 1953 following his father's death to manage the family's agribusiness. That year he earned less than $200. His limited income qualified him to move into an apartment in the town's housing project for low income families.