Bainbridge Georgia Attractions
Earl May Boat BasinEarle May Boat Basin (at right) offers a complete outdoor paradise. Offering boat ramps, live animals, camping and more. Future plans are set to develop the Flint River waterfront area, plans here. See more of their features and images at Earl May Boat Basin Recreation Area
Lake Seminole - Fishing and Water RecreationLake Seminole covers 37,500 acres and is located approximately 15 miles from Bainbridge. This is one of the best Bass fishing lakes in the country. There is also great fishing for crappy, striped bass, catfish and bream. Camping, boating, water skiing hiking and picnicking are among some of the favorite activities at Lake Seminole. The legendary Jack Wingate has as lodge and campgrounds on this renowned lake. See Lake Seminole Fishing Flint River Fishing
Hunting in Bainbridge / Decatur County
Located in the heart of quality South Georgia hunting for deer, duck, quail and wild turkey, you will find exceptional hospitality at our hunting lodges and plantations. See hunting lodges
Decatur County MuseumThe museum is located across from Willis Park in downtown Bainbridge at 127 E Water Street. It is typically open Saturdays from 10am-12. Private tours may also be arranged by calling 229-220-3135 or 229-220-8106.
See the Museum
Willis Park - Downtown BainbridgeIn the heart of the historic district, the park features a Victorian Gazebo that serves to host many events such as the British Bass Band, Brown Bag Concerts, and many families that want to have a nice day in Downtown Bainbridge. Bring your own brown bag lunch, spread out your blanket, and enjoy the music, the fellowship and the sunshine of Bainbridge, GA.
Heritage Tour of HomesThis is a driving tour of over 50 homes, churches and sites that were originally built in the late 1800's and the early 1900's. The 1921 McKenzie-Reynolds House (at left) was moved to its present site along the Flint River and now houses the Chamber of Commerce. See Historic Tour
Oak City CemeteryOak City Cemetery was established in 1852
See more of Historic Oak City Cemetery
Amphitheater - on the Flint RiverOur outdoor Amphitheater is located on the banks of the Flint River at the Earl May Boat Basin. Concerts, bass tournament weigh-ins and many other events are held here. The Boat Basin also offers a tremendous amount of recreation facilities. See Map
Bainbridge Farmer's MarketSaturdays, 9am - 1pm
March-June and October-December
300 North Broad Street (map), web site
Lights Along the RiverThe Christmas lights begin at the Boat Basin and are along the Flint River on Hatcher Road, December 1 through 31.
Southwest Georgia NatureNature is one of our most precious and celebrated attractions here in Bainbridge. We have many nature trails, roads, and waterways that are great for birdwatching, hiking, biking, and soaking up our areas natural surroundings. Come see what our area has to offer. We are sure you won't be disappointed.
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