Fargo Plantation Trace

On the edge of the Okefenokee Swamp, Fargo is one of the main entrances to this unique ecosystem. Included is Stephen C. Foster State Park. This park is located within the National Wildlife Refuge. Enjoy regularly scheduled guided boat tours, fishing, environmental education programs and annual events including a Reptile Weekend held each June. A concession area offers refreshments as well as nature books and souvenirs.
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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

Visit Website

Phone: 912-637-5597

Fargo Trip Ideas & Inspiration

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