I had a wonderful day in Ila GA. Maybe you have been looking for a nice place to get away from the busy pace of life for a while. Then I highly recommend Ila GA, which is why I will mention the things I saw and did for your consideration.
1 The Veggie Patch
I have a real fascination with gardening, which is why I decided to visit the Veggie Patch. This place has vegetables that are certified as being organic. They are all grown in a natural manner, which I truly appreciate. It is good to know that there are farms that refuse to make genetic modifications to the food that we consume. I was glad to visit the various greenhouses of this farm. This place is well maintained and the staff members provide interesting information about the crops that are being grown. I was glad to buy some tasty corn and spinach to take back home with me.
2 Wie's Commerce Country Cafe
Seeing those fresh and organic vegetables at the Veggie Patch really worked up an appetite in me. Thus, it was time for a good hearty lunch. I am sure glad that I stopped by at Wie's Commerce Country Cafe. The place is not fancy, but it sure has wonderful meals with huge servings for under ten dollars. That is why this eating place is so loved by the local residents. The staff members are super friendly and provided some good suggestions for some other activities. I only had time for two more activities, so I could not do everything they suggested. But the two options I chose proved to be valuable, which I share for your consideration as well in case you think you might like to get away for a day in Ila GA.
3 Simply Southern
I enjoyed my time shopping at Simply Southern. This place had a lot of interesting t-shirts. I have some friends who live in the comfort of t-shirts. They have some birthdays coming up soon, so I got each friend three new t-shirts. I decided to get a few for myself as well. The prices were pretty reasonable. By the time I was done, I had spent four hundred dollars on t-shirts, but I did get over ten t-shirts.
4 Hurricane Shoals Park and Historical Heritage Village
I love history. This is why I was elated to be able to visit Hurricane Shoals Park and Historical Village. This area is part of the history of the Cherokee. There is also an ensemble of eclectic historical buildings that have been removed from various sites to be preserved in this area. There are many exhibits that are interesting. The good news is that there is no cost to explore this historical attraction. But there is also mini golf onsite, which does cost a fee. However, the rate is pretty reasonable.