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Abbeville Magnolia Midlands

Abbeville, famous for its large population of wild hogs, is often nicknamed "Wild Hog Capital of Georgia." The Ocmulgee River, which is located within the city limits, provides ample opportunities for boating, fishing and camping. The area is also home to many deer, wild turkey, quail and other wildlife.
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Come visit one of Southeast Georgia's best eco treasures. Paddle down the Ocmulgee River, cruise along the Enduring Farmland Byway, and take home some of the best food finds in South Georgia. Also, don't miss the spot where Jefferson Davis himself spent his last night before the capture and end of the Civil War.

Visitor Information Center

103 N. Broad St.
Abbeville, GA 31001

Visit Website

Phone: 229-467-2737

Abbeville Trip Ideas & Inspiration

The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.