Southwest Georgia Travel Guide

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Plan Your Southwest Georgia Vacation

The rolling agricultural landscapes of a slower, older South, where things remain much the same as they were for generations, can be found within a couple of hours' drive of Atlanta's high-rise bustle. Here small towns evoke a time when the world was a simpler place, where people lived close to the land and life was measured on a personal scale. In southwest Georgia, peanuts, corn, tobacco, and cotton are the lifeblood of the local economies, and you're as likely to see a tractor on a country road as a car.

Hotels

Southwest Georgia Hotels

Lodging in the area runs the gamut from elegant, luxurious properties to low-profile but unique B&Bs to reliable and inexpensive chain hotels. RV parks...read more

Restaurants

Southwest Georgia Restaurants

This region of Georgia does lovely things by slow-cooking pork over green oak. Pit barbecue joints in the area are homey, hands-on, and relatively inexpensive...read more

Things To Do

Things To Do in Southwest Georgia

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.

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Southwest Georgia Experiences

  • Top Reasons to Go

    Callaway Gardens Resort and Preserve: 14,000 acres of gardens and parkland make this the raison d'être for visiting Pine Mountain. In spring the... Read more

  • Southern Snacks

    Collards, grits, mac and cheese—the list of snacks originating from the South is long with a storied history that dates back to the plantation... Read more

  • Georgia King Cotton

    Such was Georgia's preeminence in world cotton production at the turn of the 20th century that the international market price was set at the... Read more

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