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NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
You never know who you may meet when you visit the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. Fields of peanuts, cotton, corn and other agricultural crops will welcome you to the serenity of the area. You may even see the 39th President of the United States and his wife taking a peaceful, relaxing and invigorating bike ride through the countryside.
We are pleased to share our photos, videos and sound bites with you, but to really experience this rural community, you have to be here. Explore the links and jumpstart a memory or two of visits to the grandparents, then plan a greater exploration to the small, rural community that raised a President.
Did You Know?
Plains High School serves as the museum and visitor center for the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. The school is one of Georgia's state symbols - The Official State School of Georgia. Georgia's state crop is the peanut and the state fruit is the peach.