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As the heart of Southern Hospitality, Jeff Davis County is a place where you’ll feel right at home within minutes of your arrival.

Set up camp at Towns Bluff Park, put a canoe in at the confluence of three major rivers, fish in the waters, hunt and watch for birds and wildlife in thousands of acres of forest, taste the freshness of local

field-grown dishes, and shop for antiques and one-of-a-kind wares offered by hometown entrepreneurs. Whatever you do in Jeff Davis County, we’ll make sure you feel at home.


Outdoor Recreation

Jeff Davis County is a well-known destination for outdoor recreation of all types. Designated by the Nature Conservancy as one of the 75 "Last Great Places in the World," the Altamaha River boasts an ecosystem filled with wildlife, bird life and flora and fauna not seen anywhere else in Georgia.

Hunters enjoy the white-tail deer, turkey, and game birds at Bullard Creek Wildlife Management Area, while nature lovers and photographers enjoy sightings of bald eagles, swallow-tail kites, the red-cockaded woodpecker, and other birds. Fishermen catch a variety of fish here, including bass, bream, and catfish.

  • Towns Bluff RV Park and Heritage Center

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    Near where the Oconee and Ocmulgee rivers converge to form the Altamaha River, this park offers both RV and primitive camping, as well as two yurts and two camper trailers available for rent.

    1. 24 Leveled, Spacious Camp Sites
    2. 2 Paved Boat Ramps with Ample Parking
    3. Covered Picnic Shelters
    4. Bathhouse
    5. Fire Pit
    6. Miles of Trails
    7. Pets Allowed
    8. Museum exhibit that tells the story of the Three River area from the days when Native Americans lived along the waterways up through the days of logs rafting, agriculture, and turpentine stills

    5 Riverwood Trail

    Hazlehurst, GA 31539

    (912) 379-9303

  • Bullard Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA)

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    Bullard Creek WMA provides an array of activities ranging from hunting to horseback riding, from archery to fishing. All you need is a Georgia hunting license, fishing license, or Lands Pass, available online.

    1. Bullard Creek Archery Range (26 3D target trail, 6 static target range)
    2. Bullard Creek Shooting Range (100-yard range, 25-yard range)
    3. Boat Ramp & Canoe Access
    4. Picnic Shelters
    5. RV Campsites
    6. Geocaching
    7. Hunting
    8. Lake & River Fishing
    9. Wildlife Viewing

    500 Uvalda Landing Rd.

    Hazlehurst, GA 31539

    (706) 557-3355

  • Twisted Pines Golf Course (Hazlehurst Municipal Golf Course)

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    The city-owned 9-hole Hazlehurst Municipal Golf Course, also known as Twisted Pines Golf Course, is a public course, open year round, featuring 3,636 yards of golf from the longest tee for a par of 36. The course remains one of the most well-maintained and respected courses in the area. Guests will find a driving range, rental clubs, and rental carts readily available. The cost to play the course with its long, challenging fairways is affordable and starts at $15 for nine holes.

    274 Uvalda Hwy.

    Hazlehurst, GA 31539

    (912) 375-6697

Hazlehurst City Parks

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