PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) - A west Georgia resort is opening its
gates free of charge for the next two months.

Guests at Callaway Gardens won't have to shell out the $13
admission for adults and $6.50 ticket for children until March.

Spokeswoman Rachel Crumbley said the move is to give visitors a
little extra padding in their pocketbooks as the nation's economic
slumps worsens.

Callaway Gardens opened in 1952 as a five-mile scenic drive.

Today it is a sprawling resort with a golf course, rental cottages,
miles of walking trails and acres of lush gardens.

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