Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site

Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site


Location:Southeast of Juliette, 18 miles east of I-75 Forsyth exit 185; or 18 miles north of Macon exit 171.
Facilities:Museum, historic buildings, gift shop, picnic area.
Special Features:This cotton plantation was owned by the Jarrell family for more than 140 years. In 1847 John Fitz Jarrell built the simple heart pine house typical of most plantations and made many of the furnishings visitors see today. John's son later diversified the farm, adding a sawmill, cotton gin, gristmill, shingle mill, planer, sugar cane press, syrup evaporator, workshop, barn, and outbuildings.
Address:711 Jarrell Plantation Rd
Juliette, GA 31046

Phone:478-986-5172
Web: gastateparks.org/info/jarrell
Size: 233 acres.

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