Indian Springs Hotel/Museum. Built by Chief William McIntosh & Joel Bailey in 1823.
This historic site witnessed the signing of the 1825 Indian Treaty which was also the subject of the first ever U.S. Congressional Hearing
The hotel was built on this site as it was at the crossroad of native american foot-trails, followed by stagecoach trails and modern highways.
The rock outside the Treaty Room upon which Chief McIntosh's rival stood and threatened McIntosh with death if he signed the Treaty.
Annually, a Native American Festival, which began in 1989, are held on the grounds of the hotel/museum.
Artifact ID Day is hosted annually at the Hotel/Museum by the Society & the Ocmulgee Archaeological Society.