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Things to Do
Come and visit us in Douglas-Coffee County. We have all the amenities you need to relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of life.
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Take a Hike
Coffee County has some of the most beautiful land in Georgia! Take a guided tour of the Broxton Rocks, which was named one of 30 Natural Wonders in Georgia to See Before You Die by the Atlanta-Journal Constitution and one of Georgia's Hidden Treasures by WSB-TV. Stroll down the nature trails at General Coffee State Park and follow the trail of the rare gopher tortoise.
Grab a Bite or Bag a Deal
Eat Fresh, Eat Local! We've got what your taste buds are looking for - all kinds of food, just like Grandma used to make. Farm fresh products are available at the Coffee County Farmer's Curb Market, Red Brick Farm or Deep South Growers. Not interested in the food? Grab a deal at one of our many local specialty and national chain retail stores. Our historic downtown is known for unusual products, boutiques, and antiques.
Get Back to Basics
Opportunities to hunt, fish, ride, or just relax abound in our community!
Step Back in Time
We have two museums in Coffee County to spark your interest. These museums feature everything from railroads to agricultural and WWII aviation history. Also, anyone interested in genealogy will enjoy the Douglas City Cemetery and other historic church and family cemeteries throughout the area.
Link to our events or visit our VisitDouglasGA website. To learn more, contact the Visit Douglas Tourism Office at (912) 384-1873.