Mailing address PO Box 193
2351 Ayersville Rd. / Toccoa, GA 30577
Stand Alone Together
Home of the Band of Brothers
Camp Toccoa at Currahee, Inc is open for visitors:
Saturday 10AM until 4PM / Sunday 1PM until 4PM
Other times by approved special request
2019 Events & Photos
2nd Lt. Abigail Vickery Ceremony / August 24, 2019
Abigail Vickery, from Toccoa, GA graduated from West Point Aug 9, 2019. She was sworn in and commissioned as a 2Lt at the pavilion at CTaC on Aug 24. There were 75 people at the pavilion.
CTaC presented her with a piece of original Camp Toccoa wood containing both coins after she was pinned as a 2Lt. Later she and her family (about 12) came into the HQ building and was given a tour and watched the video. She was presented a copy of the video before they left.
Camp Toccoa at Currahee Annual D-Day Banquet
May 31, 2019
Steve Matchett was the guest speaker for the banquet who spoke about what D-Day meant to both the people of England and France.
2019 D-Day Run / June 1, 2019
three miles up...three miles down
2019 Memorial Day Ceremony / May 29, 2019
Other Photos of Interest
SSgt. US Army (retired) Van Booth stopped at Camp Toccoa at Currahee
on his “Walk Across America”
Booth started his walk in California and will end it at Myrtle Beach at the end of 2019. Camp Toccoa was mile 2819 for Van. He walked up Currahee in the dark so he could see the sunrise on Currahee the morning of Dec 7 to honor those who died on that date during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Van spent the night of Dec 7 at Camp Toccoa at Currahee as a Scout group was camping there already. Both the Scout group and Camp Toccoa at Currahee were proud to have Van stay overnight at the Camp.
The one photo below is Van signing the visitor log at Camp Toccoa at Currahee, the other is his cart that he has pushed all the way from California. He purchased Camp Toccoa original wood with CTaC coins to celebrate his visit.
General David Petraeus visits Camp Toccoa / Oct. 1, 2016
A view from the top!
On Tuesday March 24, 2015 a special coffee was held to provide the current National LAVFW President, Ann Panteleakos (r), the opportunity to meet and speak to local veterans. More than 100 veterans attend these monthly coffees. She toured Currahee Military Museum and the Camp Toccoa at Currahee site. She also got to experience the “3 miles up and 3 miles down” Currahee Mountain with Martha Gilbert (l),President of the Georgia LAVFW from Toccoa. . VFW District of Georgia Commander Al Lipphardt and many other District Officers and District LAVFW Officers were in Toccoa for her visit.
First Veterans Day ceremony held at the pavilion