Panola Mountain

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Panola Mountain State Park
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Granite outcrop, Panola Mountain
Map showing the location of Panola Mountain State Park
Map showing the location of Panola Mountain State Park
Map of Georgia
Location Stockbridge, Georgia
Coordinates 33°38′7″N 84°10′13″W / 33.63528°N 84.17028°W / 33.63528; -84.17028Coordinates: 33°38′7″N 84°10′13″W / 33.63528°N 84.17028°W / 33.63528; -84.17028
Area 1,635 acres (662 ha)
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Designated: 1980

Panola Mountain is a 100-acre (40 ha) granite monadnock near Stockbridge on the boundary between Henry County and Rockdale County, Georgia. The peak is 946 feet (288 m) above sea level, rising 260 feet (79 m) above the South River. The South River marks the boundary between Henry/Rockdale counties and DeKalb County, Georgia. Due to its delicate ecological features, Panola Mountain was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1980.[1]

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