Warm hands, warm hearts, warm people…Warm Springs!
Click here for our Candlelight entertainment schedule.
Our shops and restaurants are open during the week and on weekends. Enjoy extended shopping hours until 8 PM amongst our Christmas lights on Friday and Saturday evenings through December 18 (some shops may stay open until 9 PM.) Our shops and restaurants are open through Christmas Eve. We are closed on Christmas Day and will be on reduced hours up to New Year’s and early January.
The Warm Springs Merchants Association welcomes you to one of Georgia’s most charming and historic cities – just like the ones seen in the television movies. Come experience true Southern hospitality as you browse our shops, dine in our cafes and restaurants, enjoy personal service in our hotels and bed & breakfast inn, and explore our historic sites and opportunities for recreation.
Warm Springs is home to Georgia’s largest state park, one of two national fish hatcheries in the state, and one of the most famous of presidential homes, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s beloved “Little White House.”
Come explore the unique shops of Warm Springs, featuring gifts, gourmet, clothing, accessories, children’s items, and home decor.
From fine Southern cuisine to down-home cooking, our cafes and restaurants are sure to satisfy every appetite and every budget. Soups & sandwiches, meat & three, Southern buffet, barbecue, hamburgers & hotdogs – plus delicious coffees and desserts!
Whether you’re looking for a quaint B&B or a family-owned motel, our local accommodations are comfortable and charming.
Recreation & Things To Do
Meriwether County offers a wide variety of fun and interesting sites the entire family can enjoy. Come see what’s here!
History of Warm Springs
Learn about the founding of Bullochville and how Franklin D. Roosevelt put Warm Springs in the national spotlight.
Our seasonal festivals are fun for the entire family, including our Candlelight Weekends, and cherished Christmas tradition.
Warm Springs is an hour south of the Atlanta Airport via I-85 south and 27 Alt/GA 41.
We are about 40 minutes north of Fort Benning and Columbus, Georgia via GA Hwy. 85.
Bringing a group? We love bus tours, church/civic groups, and school groups. Our cafes and restaurants can accommodate groups or cater. Let us know how we may be of assistance in planning your visit.
Come meet our friendly hosts at the Visitors Center where we have free travel brochures and maps.
We’re at the corner of Whitehouse Parkway and Broad Street in the replica of the original train depot.
Warm Springs – Meriwether County Regional Visitor Information Center 1 Broad Street, Warm Springs GA (706) 655-3322
Getting Around Town
The member businesses of the Warm Springs Merchants Association invite you to stay a while and enjoy our unique shops, delicious food, and comfortable accommodations.
Click the button below for our map of downtown Warm Springs. Feel free to download and share!
This website is in memory of Mary Ellen McDuffie, who was the site administrator for many years. She put her heart and soul into Warm Springs.