Things to Do in Valdosta
Just above the Florida-Georgia line sits one of South Georgia’s greatest gems that has something in store for everyone. Valdosta offers southern hospitality like no other with it’s friendly neighbors and inviting views.
While each season holds its own charm, the temperate weather allows for outdoor activities year-round. From gazing at azaleas in bloom (we are dubbed the Azalea City!) to exploring Cypress forests to rushing through the air on a roller coaster, you won’t find yourself bored!
Valdosta’s rich history practically speaks for itself when you travel downtown. The shops, local cuisine and beautiful buildings are simply charming. The city’s blended past with a newer found metropolitan feel bring you the best of both worlds.
If you are looking to travel, Valdosta’s prime location has you well on your way. Valdosta sits right on Interstate 75 and Highway 84 making trips in all directions efficient. The regional airport can also jumpstart your trip by connecting you to any flight out of Atlanta.
Valdosta State University’s manicured lawn and glimmering fountains will make you look on further for higher education. This accredited 4-year university is ideal for both locals and commuters with it’s easy to navigate, parking friendly. The palm tree lined front walk way will make you think you took a trip to the beach… which is only a 2 hour drive, might we add.
Almost all of Valdosta State’s sports teams hold national titles, which just adds to the theme of Valdosta’s award winning athletics. Known as ESPN’s Titletown USA, Valdosta lives for Friday night lights. After just one game, you are sure to walk away in your respective school’s colors!
Valdosta has a number of draws and is sure to impress any visitor. But who knows, you may fall in love with this sweet southern city and buy a home making your visit permanent!