1300 Veterans Parkway
Moultrie, GA 31788
Phone: (229) 890-8652
Fax: (229) 891-2314
The Downtown Moultrie Square is at the center of various activities throughout the year. The East Central Avenue, which leads you to the square holds the famous Market on the Square shopping building, where one can shop from more than 40 shops and boutiques selling clothes, accessories, handicrafts, home decor product and other wares, all under one roof. Weekly Farmers market, as well as events like Halloween celebration, Spring Fling & Backyard BBQ festival and concerts are held at the square, which attracts a number of tourists. Stay at one of the accommodation facilities closer to the square to avoid missing the buzz.
A unique genealogy library which contains information pertinent to the eastern seaboard of the United States and the migration routes west. The library is home to over 100 Scottish Clans and family association archival and genealogical materials, as well as Scottish and private collections and genealogical research assistance is available.
This boaters' and campers' paradise is located a short distance west of Adel on GA-37 via Interstate 75, 180 miles (290 kilometers) south of Atlanta. Reed Bingham State Park features 46 tent and RV sites, 74 picnic sites, pioneer camping for the truly adventurous and six shelters for the day-trippers. The park's lake features a dock and a ramp for private boats, and hiking trails stretch throughout the landscape. Waterskiing and fishing are permitted, and stream fishing is also allowed in the park's many small tributaries.
A 22,500 square feet entertainment center that offers fun for the whole family and includes a skating rink, go-cart track, 18 hole miniature golf course, arcade games, children's soft-play area, large party room, and a restaurant.
Costumed interpreters share Georgia's rural heritage with visitors at this 19th century living history museum that includes two working farmsteads, cotton gin, saw mill, grist mill, print shop, drug store, Masonic Lodge, Victorian home, steam train, and country store.
A part of the Coastal Plain Regional Library, this full service library offers an extensive collection of books, videos, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, and reference materials on local history and genealogy. They also offers a wide variety of programs for both children and adults.
Walk-through flower gardens featuring native and exotic plants are featured at this beautiful garden center and home that was built in the early 1900s and is now used by the Tifton Garden Clubs.
Coastal Plain Regional Library System with a service area including the counties of Berrien, Cook, Irwin, Tift and Turner.