Augusta is the largest city on the Woodpecker Trail.
It's famous for the Augusta Riverwalk and the Masters' Golf Tournement.
Some say that George Washington attended church in Waynesboro.
Waynesboro is the "Bird Dog Capital of the World."
Magnolia Springs State Park is right on the Woodpecker Trail.
The park is known for its crystal-clear springs, scenic boardwalk, and free freshwater aquarium.
Millen and Jenkins County are the home of Magnolia Springs State Park.
Cobbtown is one of the cleanest small towns in America. It's famous for its Christmas lights.The Wiregrass Trail shares Ga 121 with the Woodpecker Trail from Cobbtown to south of Reidsville.
Collins has country churches.
Cobbtown, Collins, and Reidsville are in Tattnall County.
Reidsville, the Friendship City, offers history, recreation and relaxation.
You can buy fresh produce at Tattnall County roadside farm markets.
A favorite state park for picnicking, reunions, and golf.
The Nature Conservancy calls the Altamaha River "one of the world's last great places."
The Altamaha River Partnership and The Altamaha Riverkeeper help preserve the river.
Surrency's haunted house burned down, so the ghosts are looking for a new home. Don't let them get you.
Surrency is in Appling County just a few miles from Baxley.
Blackshear has several large churches.
Hoboken has some unique houses.
Race Pond is the home of Pogo. He never learned to spell.
Folkston is the gateway to the Okefenokee Swamp.
Trainwatchers visit Folkston to see the 70 trains per day that pass through the town.
The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge has an entrance on the Woodpecker Trail between Folkston and St George.
Have some fun, learn something about the Okefenokee, and enjoy yourself with a visit to Okefenokee Pastimes.
Okefenokee Adventures can help you with tours of the swamp.
St George is a sleepy little town along the St Mary's River.
Try a milkshake or barbecue from The Shack by the Track.