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Homer and Banks County are located in the Northeast Georgia Mountain Travel Region along US 441 and at exit 149 off I-85. Contact the Banks County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) for information on what to see and do in Banks County. Experience great shopping, dining, and lodging opportunities at Banks Crossing. Enjoy great golf at Hammers Glen Golf and Country Club; saddle up for a trail ride at the Grove River Ranch; have some fun at Funopolis Family Fun Center; enter the annual Chocolate Fair; experience the thrill of Georgia’s House of Speed at the Atlanta Dragway. There is so much to enjoy throughout the year.
Banks County, in northeast Georgia, is the state’s 129th county, comprising 233 square miles. The county was created from portions of Franklin and Habersham counties in 1858 and was named for Richard E. Banks (1794-1856), a circuit-riding surgeon who treated white settlers and Indians in the area, developing a good reputation among the Cherokees for treating smallpox. The land that became Banks County was originally held by the Cherokees, forming a border territory between the Cherokee Indian Nation and the newly formed United States of America. The western border of Georgia (from the top of Currahee Mountain to the southernmost branch of the Oconee River) was marked by a strip of felled trees, twenty feet wide, established with the Cherokees by the Treaty of Augusta in 1783. The northern boundary was the Chattahoochee National Forest