HISTORIC CAVE SPRING, GA

Cave Spring

European settlement began in the mid 1820's in one of the loveliest parts of the Cherokee Nation, the beautiful Vann's Valley. Cave Spring, named after the cave with natural spring, is a small town who early on became a hub for education.

Historic Cherokee Vann Cabin

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Antiques Galore

"The Peddler" antique shop in downtown Cave Spring invites you to browse for gifts and serves as a hub of information on the town.

Historic Chubb Town

Nick Chubb, as the Bulldogs know their beloved tailback is a direct descendent of the Chubb Family who, in the 1800's established a black settlement on the outskirts of Cave Spring that included a grist mill, blacksmith and other necessary services. 

A Long History Of Educating Children

Georgia School for the Deaf

Annual Motorcycle Ralley