City

Bainbridge Plantation Trace

Called the "bass capital of Georgia" for the abundant fishing in the Flint River and Lake Seminole, Bainbridge attracts thousands of amateur and professional fishermen, and the city hosts many top bass tournaments every year. Visit during one of our family-friendly festivals during late spring and summer, and take the driving or walking tour of the town.
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Welcome to Bainbridge! Here, you'll discover the true beauty of the Old South and experience the graciousness of Southern Hospitality.  In 2009, the Georgia State Legislature declared Bainbridge the "Bass Capitol of Georgia."  The Flint River and Lake Seminole offer abundant fishing and water sports.  Both attract thousands of amateur and professional fishermen, and many top bass tournaments are held here throughout the year. 

Bainbridge has over 200 hotel rooms and several campgrounds, many with cabins or houses for rent.  Nearly 50 restaurants will allow you to find the perfect meal at breakfast, lunch or dinner.  If you're looking for a space to host your meeting or convention, the Charles H. Kirbo Center boasts of 33,000 square feet of meeting space, including a 500 seat auditorium.  Be sure to visit one of our family friendly festivals including River Town Days in May, the city's July 4 Celebration and the Flint River Showdown Drag Boat Races which are held each September. 

Visitor Information Center

101 South Broad Street
Bainbridge, GA 39818

Visit Website

Phone: 229-243-8555

Bainbridge Trip Ideas & Inspiration

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