Hotels in the Magnolia Midlands
Enjoy Small-town Delights in the Magnolia Midlands
Small agricultural towns are the heart of the Magnolia Midlands. You won't cry over your Vidalia onion when you visit the Vidalia Onion Museum in the namesake town. You won't cry over your golf score either, when you play a round on one of the many courses in the region.
Enjoy the peaceful setting of the Guido Gardens in Metter, or spend a quiet day exploring the Altamaha River. The Nature Conservancy calls it one of America's "last great places". Explore it in a boat or fish and hike along the shore.
Take a taste of southern barbecue and time your visit to the South Georgia BBQ Festival in Douglas. There's great food, a car and motorcycle show, concerts, and an all-around good time.
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Great Golf Outings in the Magnolia Midlands
With 20 public golf courses in the Magnolia Midlands, this region of Georgia has plenty of chances for golfers to swing their clubs. Several courses here are found in state parks, letting you combine golf with other outdoor activities. Head to Wallace Adams Golf Course in Little Ocmulegee State Park or Brazell's Creek Golf Course in Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park. Private courses welcoming visitors include Hawks Point Golf Club in Vidalia, home of the sweet onion.
Laid Back Attractions in Georgia's Magnolia Midlands
Enjoy the quiet, agricultural surroundings of Georgia's Magnolia Midlands at these relaxing attractions. Meet the Vidalia onion up close at the Vidalia Onion Museum. Guido Gardens in Metter is filled with plants, waterfalls, and peaceful paths to wander; the Georgia Southern Botanical Garden in Statesboro is another peaceful setting to explore. Also in Statesboro, visit the Lamar Q. Ball Raptor Center. The WWII Flight Training Museum in Douglas looks back at a less peaceful time.