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Scheduled Events

70TH Anniversary D-Day at Currahee
10k Run, Memorial Walk
& Jake & Jack Track
Saturday, May 31, 2014

The 70th Anniversary of D-Day is the perfect time to honor the soldiers who trained at Camp Toccoa and all veterans who jumped at Normandy on June 6, 1944. The 10K Run and Memorial Walk will take you in the footsteps of the 18,000 who trained on Currahee Mountain during the war.
New this year is the “Jake and Jack Track” obstacle course for children ages 12 and under to test their physical strength and speed. The course named in honor of two men from the “Filthy Thirteen”, aka “The Dirty Dozen”.

All proceeds from the events will be used for the Camp Toccoa at Currahee Project to preserve the Legacy of Leadership exemplified by the men who trained there. Thank you for supporting the event and celebrating the Greatest Generation!

When: Check-in begins at 7:00 a.m.; 10K Run begins at 8:00 a.m.; Memorial Walk begins at 10:00 a.m. Race and walk will be held rain or shine; no refunds.
Where: Currahee Mountain is 5 miles west of Toccoa on Highway 123 at 2351 Ayersville Rd., Toccoa, GA, 30577
Directions: From Atlanta, take I-85N to 985; continue north to Toccoa/Lavonia exit (365/17); turn right onto Highway 123, go two miles and the property entrance is on the left. From Greenville, take I-85 S to Lavonia/Toccoa exit (17); turn left on the 365/17 bypass, left onto Highway 123, go two miles and the property is on the left.

Registration: $30 per person if postmarked on or before May 23, 2014. Late registration is $35.

T-shirts: All pre-registered individuals (except Jake & Jack Track) will receive a t-shirt. A limited number of shirts will be available on race day on a first come, first served basis.

Awards (for 10K Only): Overall Male/Female, Overall Masters Male/Female and the top three (3) finishers in each age group: 10 & Under, 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-70 and 71 & older.

“Jake & Jack Track” Opens at 10:00am, $10 each, 12 years or younger. All participants that register on or before May 23rd will receive a Camp Toccoa at Currahee dog tag, no t-shirts for this event. Child must have an adult signature and supervision for approval to participating in this course.

Please mail form and check to: Camp Toccoa at Currahee, 160 N. Alexander St., Toccoa, GA 30577  (CLICK HERE FOR FORM)
For more information, call 706-282-5055, visit or register online at

Past Events

2012 Currahee Military Weekend - October 5 – 7, 2012

Exhibits are military history for our local Veterans, Civil War, WWI and WWII. With focus on the Paratrooper Infantry Regiments that trained at Camp Toccoa in the early 1940's.  Invitations are for all paratroopers who trained at Camp Toccoa, family, friends and general public to attend weekend events. To honor our Camp Toccoa Veterans, there is no charge for events during CMW events for the banquet, BBQ & Hangar Dance for WWII Camp Toccoa Paratroopers.

Over 17,000 men trained at the Camp Toccoa, which included the 506th, 501st 511th, 511th,517th and 295th Ordnance Heavy Maintenance Company. We are still researching other groups that were here during that time and after the last regiment left in 1944.

Click the collage of photos below to see Keith Hornick's facebook photos from the 2012 Currahee Military Weekend taken at Big A Elementary School, Stephens County High School, USO Hanger Dance, Openning Ceremonies, Reenactor Encampment and the Memorial Service.  Past years can be also viewed at Keith's photo pages here....

2012 Military Weekend

Click the below photo collage for photos of the 2011 Military Weekend - Photos by Doug Barber (Brevort)  from the flickr album" The Photo Collection of Jim "Pee Wee" Martin - 101st Airborne Division / 506th PIR / G Company (WWII) ".

Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours Visits Camp Toccoa

On September 1st, 2012 the Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours Visited Camp Toccoa.  Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours specializes primarily in WWII itineraries. In the tradition of its late founder, they have brought thousands of people to the battlesites of Normandy, Operation Market Garden, the Battle of the Bulge and Anzio on our D-Day to the Rhine, Band of Brothers and Italian Campaign tours, to honor the men who fought for freedom.

From thier website "Ask any of the original members of Easy Company what made the unit so special and they will answer: "Toccoa." This training ground in the north Georgia woods was where the bonding process among the men of the 506th began. "  See their offering to visit Camp Toccoa and follow the footsteps of Easy Company here.

And thanks for their contribution to our cause to bring our dream of making Camp Toccoa a destination.

Stephen Ambrose Tour of Camp Toccoa
Photo of the Stephen Ambrose Tour Group Sept. 1st, 2012 taken from the top of Currahhee Mountain

70th Anniversary Camp Toccoa, 501st and 506th Activation in 1942

June 26, 2012 -  Friday, July 20th
Camp Toccoa at Currahee, Hwy 123/ West Currahee Street

Special guest speaker Mrs. Robin Sink McClelland, daughter of Colonel Robert Sink, Commanding Officer 506th at Camp Toccoa.

Col. Robert Sink - 1944
Colonel Robert Sinkc. 1944
Mrs. Robin Sink McClelland
Mrs. Robin Sink McClelland

Special guest speaker  Ms. Valeria Amburgey, daughter of 501st Paratrooper Glenn Amburgey.

Eugene Amburgey - 1944
Eugene Amburgey Currahee - 1943
Ms. Valeria Amburgey
Ms. Valeria Amburgey

501st PIR Reunion 2012
501 PIR 2012 Reunion
506 PIR 2012 Reunion
506 PIR 2012 Reunion
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Photos Copyright 2012 - Vic Williams
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