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GEORGIA GROWN TRAIL 37 BROCHURE REPRINT IS COMING SOON.

IF YOU ARE LOCATED NEAR OR ON THE TRAIL AND WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A NEW MEMBER SIGN UP NOW!

Trail 37 NEW Logo website

The Georgia Grown Trail runs east to west in South Georgia from Homerville, midway between Waycross & Valdosta, across I-75 to Moultrie, home of the world-famous Sunbelt Expo, taking a NW turn in Camilla and ending at Fort Gaines, just below the Walter F. George Dam at the Alabama line.

It stretches 157 miles of beautiful Georgia scenic Highways and goes through nine Georgia counties: Clay, Calhoun, Baker, Mitchell, Colquitt, Cook, Berrien, Lanier and Clinch.

Trail 37 map for website

The Georgia Grown Trail was designed to highlight all of the amazing agriculture-related tourism hot spots. U-pick farms, dairies, vineyards & wineries, farm tours, B&Bs, restaurants using local and regional products, and specialty food stores are all included.We really wanted to include anything related to farming and agriculture that a visitor could partake in, learn from, and generally enjoy!


Georgia Grown Trail 37’s Jerry Connell accepts the Bill Hardman Tourism Champion-Product Development Award from Governor Nathan Deal on Wednesday in Savannah at the Governor’s Tourism Conference. This award not only recognizes the success of Georgia Grown Trail 37 association, it also identifies the great leadership of Jerry Connell (President of the association since the formation in 2012). The association has grown in agritourism visitors and status and today is recognized as the benchmark agritourism trail. The entire executive team and membership has contributed to the success and appreciated the leadership and committed direction from Jerry Connell. Also present were State Representatives Penny Houston and Jason Shaw. Both of whom have been supportive and instrumental to the success of the trail.

Click the link below to check out the Georgia Grown article

“Bill Hardman Tourism Champion – Product Development Award Goes to Georgia Grown Trail 37”

Georgia Grown Trail 37 – Visit Taste Enjoy!

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Look for these signs at our trail stops to know you’re in the right place!

Trail 37 road sign new sign

Trail stop 37 website

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  1. Just traveled Hwy 37 from Ft. Gaines to Moultrie hoping to see some attractions even though it’s early in the year. The land is beautiful, but we didn’t see any place to stop.

    • Hi Martha, we have several attractions but our road signs haven’t been placed yet. We are getting official trail stop signs for attractions along the way. If you head back in that direction, you can visit our Google map to see what’s in that direction. We have Gin Creek, Still Pond Vineyard, and George T. Bagby State Park to name a few. If you have recommendations of things you’d like to see as part of the trail, please let us know!

      • Marty, we are very excited that The Georgia Grown Trail: 41 Association, Inc. is in full swing of recruiting members and trail stops. Please visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/gagrowntrail41 to keep up to date on what is happening on the Trail. Our website should be up and running by the end of the year. Thanks for your comment!

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