Let this page serve as a resource for you as you begin planning your trip to Toccoa. Learn about the different ways to get to Toccoa!
When we say Toccoa is at the heart of Northeast Georgia, we really do mean it - all roads lead to Toccoa! The newest way to arrive in style is via the New Highway 17 expansion, locally known as the Currahee Parkway. This new four-lane highway connects much of Habersham and Stephens Counties. Of course, you can take it almost all the way to Savannah if you so choose.
The classic way to arrive in Toccoa is by rail. Toccoa’s Amtrak station, one of only three in Georgia, rests on the Southern Crescent line, which runs from New Orleans to New York City. While you’re at Toccoa’s station, stop in the Welcome Center and visit the Currahee Military Museum. They are located in the Historic Train Depot along with the Amtrak station.
If you’d prefer to fly, Toccoa Airport, also known as R.G. LeTourneau Air field, sees dozens of airplanes a week. Take in the scenic view as you fly 10,000 feet over the Georgia Mountains. As you approach the airport, you will see the welcoming City of Toccoa. The Northeast Georgia mountains will always welcome you home.