Fargo is a beautiful Southern community with a taste of down home hospitality. The city is a prime destination for eco-tourism, nature photography, canoeing and kayaking, and many more outdoor activities. Shop for folk art and regional antiques, and taste barbecue and other local cuisine. Be sure to visit our historical society, genealogical library, and the fully sustainable and innovative welcome center.
Visitor Information Center
11 Suwannee River Drive
Fargo, GA 31634
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Jan 1, 2016 - Jan 1, 201617515 Hwy. 177View on Map
912-637-5274Take a guided hike on the Trembling Earth Nature Trail. See some of the effects from the Honey Prairie Fire. Learn why fire is a vital process of the unique Okefenokee... Find Out More
Nov 28, 2015 - Nov 28, 201517515 Hwy. 177View on Map
912-637-5274Join us for a tour to the historic Billy's Island. Once there, we will take a short hike to see artifacts left over from a logging town from the early 1900s, Indian Mounds... Find Out More