Georgia Grown Trail 301
Georgia Grown 301 Highway Trail winds through eight counties with many agri-tourism opportunities. The trail offers miles of Georgia Grown Approved U-picks, unique farm experiences, vineyards and wineries, breweries, bed-and breakfast, RV parks, historical sites, unique shopping experiences, farmers markets, historical sites, state and federal parks, and locations selling Georgia grown items. Stretching from Screven County all the way to right here in Charlton County is a collaboration of representatives from eight Georgia counties with a mission to develop, promote, and preserves regional agritourism.
Visit Coastal Georgia
Georgia’s best-kept secret deserves to be told, and you deserve to discover the treasures of our sandy shores, citrine marshes, and expansive swamps. Not to mention, the Georgia cities and towns that simply radiates art, music, and history. Stretching for approximately 100 miles, Georgia’s Coast begins at Port Wentworth and ends in Folkston.
The Woodpecker Trail
Escape the crowded interstates and travel along one of the United States’ oldest tourist routes through the “real Georgia”. Dating back to 1922, the Woodpecker Trail carried travelers from North Carolina to Florida before the days of numbered highways. Thanks to the Woodpecker Trail Association the old highway is getting a new life. Beginning in the early 1920’s as the “Woodpecker Route” this scenic and historic route along state routes 25 and 121, stretching nearly 620 miles. More than 200 of those miles run through Georgia from Augusta to Folkston. The Woodpecker Trail takes you back in time as you venture through quaint southern towns and visit thriving Georgia farms, historic landmarks, and natural scenic beauty.
8 Day Georgia Coast Road Trip
Follow Amy Albers’ trail down the Georgia Coast with her family on Mom’s Magical Miles. This mom loves finding new adventures for her kids and fun places to explore! She strives to expose her children to as many unique experiences as is possible, which is why they stopped by Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge on their journey down the Georgia Coast.
Day 1: Fort Pulaski and Tybee Island
Day 2: Darien, GA – Fort King George and Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation
Day 3: Fort Frederica and St. Simons Island
Day 4: Jekyll Island
Day 6: Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
Day 7: Cumberland Island
East Coast Road Trip
If your journey is down the East Coast is what you are looking for, Team USnomads have an exciting trail mapped out for you. They traveled for two weeks in December of 2016 and the round trip route covered roughly 2,500-miles. One of their major stops included the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.