Over the course of ten adventures, we explore the Red Hills of south Georgia and north Florida. It’s a region shaped by a rich ecology, starting with a large, privately owned longleaf forest, maintained through fire for the purpose of quail hunting, but beneficial to many species. From there we head down to the Red […]read more
Explore the many wonders of the Red Hills Region
RED HILLS HAPPENINGS
Check out upcoming regional events. Scroll down for regional visitor centers for even more activities happening in the Red Hills Region.
Use this map to explore the region. Discover natural wonders along with historical and cultural gems. Explore a scenic canopy roads connecting it all.
Simply place your cursor over the map to zoom in to a specific area. Regional points of interest are listed below and can be sorted by category.
- urban areas
- bodies of water
- scenic canopy roads
- roads and interstates
- county lines
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Dig a little deeper. Check out the points of interest below
This 140-acre nature preserve is home to the greatest expanse of trout lilies known to exist and is open for hiking year round.
The spring-fed river is a recreation hub for swimmers, paddlers, anglers and boaters.
The paved 20.5 mile multi-use trail runs from Florida’s capital city to the coastal town of St. Marks.(850) 519-6594
Interpretive tours offered through pristine slope forest and wetlands located on public land
Crystal-clear springs, meandering rivers and trails, sinkholes and limestone outcrops will reward adventurers eager to explore this unique north Florida landscape and its diverse wildlife.
These remarkably scenic roads offer a glimpse into the history of Jefferson county along with its natural beauty.