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Lowndes County:

Lowndes County is distinguished as the Azalea City of the South and also known as Titletown USA for the winningest high school football program in the United States.

Lowndes county is made up of 6 cities, Valdosta, Naylor, Lake Park, Remerton, Dasher and Hahira, Georgia.  

South of the county is Wild Adventures Theme Park and  Grand Bay Wildlife. Lowndes County host 2 major events each year, The Azalea Festival in March and the Honeybee Festival in October of each year.

Lowndes county serves thousands of student among the two public schools systems and 22 schools.  The schools are J.L. Lomax Elementary School, Pinevale Elementary School, Sallas Mahone Elementary School, S.L. Mason Elementary School, W.G. Nunn Elementary School, Clyattville Elementary School,  Dewar Elementary School, Hahira Elementary School, Lake Park Elementary School, Moulton-Branch Elementary School, Pine Grove Elementary School, Westside Elementary School, Valdosta Middle School, JL Newbern Middle School, Hahira Middle School, Lowndes Middle School, Pine Grove Middle School, Valdosta High School, Lowndes High School, Horne Learning Center,  Parker Mathis Learning Center and Valdosta Early College Academy. 

Moody Air Force Base make up a great part of our community along with Valdosta State University.  

Locals favorite places to eat at are Steel Magnolias Restaurant, Smok'n Pig BBQ, Mom & Dad's Italian Restaurant and Ella's Top Corral

Lowndes County is a warm and friendly place to live and work "with Southern hospitality at the core."


Brooks County:


  
Brooks County is located just west of Valdosta in southwest Georgia, on the Florida border, Brooks is a county of moss-laden oaks and a long and honored history. 

The largest town in Brooks County, Quitman, was named the county seat. Quitman, in Brooks County, is known as the Camellia City. 

Other small towns in the county include Barney (famous for its peaches), Barwick, Dixie, Morven, and Pavo. 

Brooks County is home to widely known festivals such as the Brooks County Skillet Festival held the 3rd Saturday of each October and Morven Peach Festival held the 3rd Saturday of each May.

The Brooks County schools serve students in 6 schools, Delta Innovative School, Brooks County Early Learning Center, Quitman Elementary School, North Brooks Elementary School,  Brooks County Middle School and Brooks County High School. The mascot is The Brooks County Trojans. 

The locals enjoy dining at Wiregrass Restaurant, Coyoacan Mexican Restaurant and Sister's Place.  

Brooks County a perfect area to move to just outside of the big city of Tallahassee, FL.


Lanier County:

Lanier County cities are Lakeland, Stockton and Ray City.

Lanier County took its territory from parts of Berrien, Clinch and Lowndes counties in 1920. It is named for poet Sidney Lanier. Lakeland, the county seat's name, refers to the many lakes in that area which, along with the Alapaha River, have long made this county famous for good fishing.

Lanier county is best  known for Banks Lake, located in Lakeland, which is a National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) and part of a much larger blackwater system. The refuge was established in 1985 for the protection and conservation of this unique environment as well as migratory and resident wildlife. Banks Lake is a natural pocosin or sink of ancient geologic origin.

Lanier County serve students in 3 schools, Lanier County Elementary School, Lanier County Primary School and Lanier County High School.

The locals enjoy eating at Bits Country Fried Chicken and El Carrisal Mexican Restaurant.

Lanier County is a place to live if you love to fish or station at Moody AFB.


Berrien County:

Berrien County unique community located just east of Interstate 75. Four municipalities are nestled within the county's more than 450 square miles. Alapaha, Enigma, Nashville, and Ray City each play host to unique retail and dining establishments as well as business and industry.

With a population of more than 19,000 and growing, Berrien County offers a unique atmosphere, with all the convenience and technology of larger communities but loaded with southern hospitality and charm. Moody Air Force Base is conveniently located just 20 miles south 

Some of Berrien County's festivals include Cotton Blossom Roundup Rodeo in March, Berrien County Fair in April, Berrien County Harvest Festival in September and Open Air Concert in October.

The Berrien County School District serves approximately 3,200 students in five schools: one primary school, one elementary school, one middle school, one high school and one charter school of Berrien County. Berrien County mascot is The Rebels. 

Some of the locals favorite places to eat is O'Neal's Country Buffet, Brown Bag and Off the Hook Seafood Grill.

Looking for a new hometown, Berrien County is the perfect place to raise a family. From quaint neighborhoods to country living, Berrien County can accommodate your family's taste.


Cook County:

County is considered by many to be a wonderful place to raise a family, start a business, enjoy nature, or just sit back and relax. Cook County lies just 40 miles north of the Florida line.

Cook County was the 153rd county formed in Georgia which includes the cities of Adel, Cecil, Lenox & Sparks, Georgia. 

Reed Bingham State Park is located in Cook County. The park has a variety of recreational facilities centering around a 400-acre lake, where swimming, skiing, boating, and fishing are excellent. Other facilities include campsites, nature trails, miniature golf, and picnic shelters.

Some of Cook County's festivals include the Brushy Creek Muzzleloaders Spring Shoot in March, the Adel Daylily Festival, held in early summer, the Annual Turnip Trot in November, and the Lean-Ox Festival, also in November.

Cook County is known for South Georgia Motorsports Park, feel the rush of cars as they race by on the Drag Strip and Horse Creek Winery a beautiful South Georgia  award-winning muscadine winery. 

Cook County's Schools are Cook Elementary, Cook Primary, Cook Middle and Cook High School and the mascot is The Hornets.  

Some of the locals favorite places to eat is The Parrish House, Carter's Fried Chicken and Don Julio's Mexican Restaurant & Cantina. 

Just off of Interstate 75, Cook County is a great place to call home.