Southern Georgia

Beneath the curtain of spanish moss draped ancient oaks
lies Georgia's best-kept secret.


There’s no place like Southern Georgia and together we bring the cities of the South to life through outdoor adventures, lush lands to gardens, historical architecture to new developments, the pursuit of adventurous travel, food and drink to visual splendor. Southern Georgia celebrates how to live a life that is more engaged with our cities, with the land, the literature, the music, the arts, the traditions, our businesses, and the food of the South. Elegant and relevant. Authentic and fun. We believe in appreciating the richness of the culture and lifestyle we share in Southern Georgia.

Explore the small towns of Southern Georgia

Cumberland Island

Canopying oak trees, mystifying Dungeness Ruins, and enchanting wild horses.

St. Marys

The gateway to cumberland island.


Home to the Annual Catfish Festival.


The city of royal treatment.

Our website is an extension of our publication, a living digital platform with fresh and new content added daily. Visit back often to explore the latest in Southern Georgia!


Railwatch, Okefenokee Swamp, and small town charm!


Explore Historic downtown to swamplands of the Okefenokee.


Coastal marshes, rivers, islands, and beaches!


Blackshear offers a peaceful, small-town, southern feel that simply can't be imitated.


The Outdoors Issue


Adventure begins in our cities:

Far far away, behind the word marshlands, far from the metro cities of Savannah and Atlanta, there live the three sisters, rivers who are woven into the past and present. Both separated and woven together they are the veins of Southern Georgia that unite our small cities together.

  • Blackshear
  • Brunswick
  • Cumberland Island
  • Darien
  • Folkston
  • Jesup
  • Kingsland
  • St. Marys
  • Waverly
  • Waycross
  • Woodbine
  • MORE Cities to come!
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