Livability & Placemaking
A Place To Call Home
Working in South Georgia has plenty of perks but living in South Georgia has even more. The region boasts world-class outdoor recreation, vibrant downtown areas with local cuisine, and a rich culture of history, art, and outdoor entertainment.
Communities That Play Together
Communities in South Georgia have something for everyone! You’re never further than a thirty-minute drive to lakes, nature trails, parks camping sites, or wildlife sanctuaries. You can shop in historic downtowns, check out museums, buy locally grown fruits and vegetables, see a musical act or play, attend arts and crafts events, and cheer on our young people in local and collegiate athletics. Our warm and vibrant communities will have you feeling at home in no time!
Live The Wild Life
Experience the great outdoors with our 65,450 acres of wildlife management areas 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! With State Parks scattered throughout the region with lodging, dining, fishing and golf, South Georgia can be your little slice of paradise.
Your Home for Adventure
Take a walk on the wild side at Chehaw Zoo, where you can see cheetahs, rhinos, camels, monkeys, wolves, reptiles, and more! Or find fun for the whole family at Wild Adventures, where you can ride roller coasters, play in the water park, or take it easy on the Safari Train! Find these attractions and many more in South Georgia, where there’s always an adventure to be had!
A Vibrant Music Scene
There’s music for everyone’s taste in South Georgia! With unique venues all across the region, there’s always a fun show to go check out. World-renowned artists like Ray Charles, Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, and Jennifer Nettles all hail from South Georgia, so that local act you’re watching at the venue down the street just might be the next big star!