1. Steve Markos

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    I am a travel writer for National Park Planner and I visited the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in November, 2013. The park commemorates the life of Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States. Located in rural Plains, Georgia, the Peanut Capital of the World, visitors can tour the farm that Carter grew up on, visit Carter’s campaign headquarters at the Plains Railroad Depot, and learn about his life at the Plains High School Museum and Visitor Center. Mr. Carter still lives in Plains, and when he is in town he teaches Sunday School at his church, Maranatha Baptist. The public is welcome to attend and afterwards you can have your picture taken with the former president and his wife, Rosalynn.Visit National Park Planner (npplan) for complete information and plenty of photos about the park.

  2. Trevor Buford

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    Very unique experience to see the home town of Jimmy Carter. A National Historic Site that is a whole town.

  3. missing both

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    This is not where the Jimmy Carter National Historic site is located. This is the retirement home of Plains.

  4. Mike Dowdy

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  5. Lashonda Jackson

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