See What Georgia Has To Offer
Lower Coastal Plain Area
The Okefenokee Swamp
Visit The Okefenokee Swamp located in southeastern Georgia. It is 38 miles in length and approximately 25 miles wide. The swamp covers almost 700 square miles. You will have an opportunity to see alligators, marsh rabbits, otters, frogs, raccoons, dragonfly, ibis, and mosquitoes that all live in the swamp.
The Atlantic Ocean is located on the southeastern border of Georgia and is home to shrimp, tarpon, red fish, flounder, and sea trout. Sea turtles make their homes there also.
Fish in the Atlantic Ocean.
Go to the Georgia Sea Turtle Center located on Jekyll Island.
Spend the day shrimping off of the Georgia Coast.
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