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Visiting Southern Georgia
The deep south in Georgia offers visitors a broad and colorful palette of places to visit, cities to explore, things to try, and plenty of fun for all. During the fall and into the winter, cities like Waycross, Valdosta, and Ashburn yield a bounty of exceptional events, festivals, concerts, and more. Plan your fall or winter visit to southern Georgia today.
Be sure you spend some time exploring Waycross. Thanks to a close proximity to natural areas like the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, and the Lakes at Laura S. Walker, Waycross is ideal for those who seek outdoor recreation this fall. Hiking, canoeing, and even some horseback riding – you’ll find it in and around Waycross.
Thomasville, though sometimes overshadowed by neighbors like Valdosta and Cairo, will be hosting it’s annual Downtown Christmas Parade, and you’re certainly invited.
Not far north from Valdosta is Adel, where you can experience even more holiday cheer. Join the Friends of Reed Bingham in December for holiday light displays, hot chocolate, a visit from Santa, and plenty of kid’s activities.
For the sports fan in the group, the Valdosta State Blazers will be in action throughout the fall. Head for Bazemore-Hyder Stadium to watch them play some of their Gulf South Conference foes.
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Playing Golf in Plantation Trace Georgia
Golf is the perfect game for genteel Plantation Trace, Georgia. Play your game amidst the pecan orchards at Golf Club of South Georgia in Tifton. Hardwood forests and wetlands are the setting for Crooked Oak Golf Club of Colquitt. Blooming trees and shrubs line the course at Country Oaks Golf Course in Thomasville. Bring your clubs and have a great day on these or any of the other many courses in the region.
Historic Attractions and Modern Fun in Plantation Trace Georgia
Antebellum and Civil War attractions abound in Plantation Trace, Georgia. Stroll the grounds of Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville and visit the Blue and the Gray Museum in Fitzgerald. Stop in Colquitt to take in Swamp Gravy, a play about local folklore. Not into history? Spend a day at the Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta for rides, a water park, and wild animals.
Road Trip Through the Deep South in Plantation Trace Georgia
Hit the road for a scenic road trip through history in the Plantation Trace region of Georgia. Stop for a taste of local heritage when you see Swamp Gravy performed in a former cotton warehouse in Colquitt. Journey on to Thomasville, and visit the Victorian-style Lapham-Patterson House, built as a winter cottage when northerners came here to escape the cold back home. Travel on to Lakeland, known a Georgia's Historic Mural City to view the Milltown Murals.