What Are the Major Landforms in Georgia?

Major landforms in Georgia include the Blue Ridge Mountains, Piedmont Plateau, Appalachian Mountains, Cohutta Mountains, Stone Mountain, Chattahoochee River, Savannah River, Flint River and Ocmulgee River. The Atlantic Ocean partially surrounds the eastern border of the state.

Georgia is situated in the southeastern region of the United States, bounded by North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida. Its highest elevation is at Brasstown Bald in Towns-Union, which rises at 4,784 feet, while the state’s lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean. Other landforms in Georgia are the Rocky Mountain, Sand Mountain, Black Mountain, West Point Lake, Clark’s Hill Lake, Lake Hartwell and Okefenokee Swamp.