Incredible Adventures Showcased on Georgia”s Hidden Treasures

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Piedmont Park

Exciting new adventures await on the next Georgia”s Hidden Treasures premiering June 29 at 8 p.m. on Channel 2, WSB-TV.

Channel 2″s John Pruitt, Jovita Moore and Fred Blankenship take viewers on an exploration of Georgia just in time for family summertime travel. “We have been to some great new places and can”t wait to take viewers to the latest group of Georgia”s Hidden Treasures,”# said John Pruitt.

Pruitt hikes to a little known waterfall, Dukes Creek, near Helen, Georgia. The waterfall has a double cascade and was where Georgia”s gold rush began. The falls were also visited in 1540 by explorer Hernando DeSoto.

Jovita Moore takes viewers to a treasure right in the middle of Atlanta: Piedmont Park. While undergoing a new 40-million dollar renovation workers made discoveries that will take viewers back to the rich history of this grand park.

Finally, Fred Blankenship explores some of the last remaining Indian mounds in the country. It”s an ancient city filled with Native American artifacts right in Cartersville Georgia.

For more information, visit www.wsbtv.com