List of National Natural Landmarks in Georgia

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There are ten National Natural Landmarks in the U.S. state of Georgia.

Name Image Date Location County Description
1 Big Hammock Natural Area 1976 Tattnall Relatively undisturbed broadleaf evergreen hammock forest.
2 Camp E.F. Boyd Natural Area 1974 Emanuel One of the best representatives of the upland sand ridge ecosystem of the Coastal Plain
3 Cason J. Calloway Memorial Forest 1972 Harris An outstanding example of transitional conditions between eastern deciduous and southern coniferous forest types.
4 Ebenezer Creek Swamp 1976 Effingham The best remaining cypress-gum swamp forest in the Savannah River basin.
5 Heggie's Rock 1980 Columbia The best example in eastern North America of the remarkable endemic flora restricted to granite outcrops.
6 Lewis Island Tract 1974 McIntosh One of the most extensive bottomland hardwood swamps in Georgia.
7 Marshall Forest Marshall forest1.jpg 1966 Rome34°15′03″N 85°11′43″W / 34.250898°N 85.195375°W / 34.250898; -85.195375 (Marshall Forest) Floyd A loblolly pine-shortleaf pine forest believed to have originated following an intense fire at about the time the Cherokee Indians were forcibly removed to Oklahoma.
8 Okefenokee Swamp OkefenokeeCanalDiggersTrail.wmg.jpg 1974 Charlton, Clinch, Ware One of the largest and most primitive swamps in the country.
9 Panola Mountain Panola.JPG 1980 Rockdale The most natural and undisturbed monadnock of exposed granitic rock in the Piedmont biophysiograpic province.
10 Wassaw Island 1967 Chatham Only island of the Golden Isles with an undisturbed forest cover.