Charlton County is a rural county located in the southeastern part of the state of Georgia, United States. It is known for its picturesque natural beauty, including vast expanses of forests, rivers, and wetlands. The county is named after Robert M. Charlton, a U.S. senator from Georgia.
Despite its rural character, Charlton County offers a variety of outdoor recreational activities, such as fishing, hunting, camping, and hiking. The county is home to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, a vast protected area that contains a unique ecosystem of swamps and marshes. Charlton County is a quiet and peaceful destination for those seeking to explore Georgia's natural beauty and history.