The Crescent in Valdosta, Georgia

Located in south Georgia along Interstate 75, Valdosta is known as the "Azalea City" for the colorful azaleas that thrive in the area, "Winnersville" for the championship sports teams at local high schools and colleges, and ESPN's 2008 "TitleTown." While sports are popular in the city, so are arts, history, dining and family fun. Signature events throughout the year include the South Georgia Film Festival, Azalea Festival and the Hahira Honey Bee Festival.

Take a guided tour of the first brewery in south Georgia — Georgia Beer Co. — to learn how local goods like pecans, peaches, blueberries, watermelon and honey make their beer unique. At the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts, 30 different exhibits highlight East African art and European porcelains. History buffs will appreciate the caboose, belfry and log transport cart at the Lowndes County Historical Society and Museum.

The whole family will love Wild Adventures Theme Park for its exhilarating roller coasters and rides, water park, exotic animals from around the world and under the sea, and much more. Experience thrilling water sports at the Valdosta Wake Compound, and get out to explore acres of wetland habitat at the Grand Bay Wildlife Management Area. For the ultimate exciting getaway, Valdosta is your adventure destination.

Learn More About Visit Valdosta

Visitor Information Center

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Valdosta, GA
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Valdosta Travel Guides

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2021 Official Valdosta Travel Guide
Historic Driving Tour - Valdosta
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