in South Georgia
Wherever you are in South Georgia, you’re never farther than a 30-minute drive to lakes, nature trails, parks, camping sites, or wildlife sanctuaries.
With five State Parks scattered throughout the region offering lodging, dining, fishing and golf, South Georgia can be your little slice of paradise. Or, experience the great outdoors at 65,450 acres of wildlife management areas (WMAs), voluntary public access areas (VPAs) and public fishing areas (PFAs) that offer biking, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, stargazing, and wildlife viewing. That’s not to mention our 98,400 acres of public lakes, and our hundreds of miles of rivers to explore!
The young and young-at-heart can really take a walk on the wild side in South Georgia. Encounter cheetahs, rhinos, camels, monkeys, wolves, reptiles, and other exotic animals at The Parks at Chehaw in Albany. Or find fun for the whole family at Wild Adventures, where you can ride roller coasters, play in the water park, and enjoy concerts by nationally touring performers.
Find these attractions and others at https://www.exploregeorgia.org/southern-cities.