Return to Nature in Talbot County, GA

Return to Nature in Talbot County, GA Main Photo

19 Nov 2018

Talbot County, Georgia has a unique and rich history that dates back to 1827. Home to many charming and rustic areas that you seldom see in other parts of the country, it offers a peaceful way of life for its citizens without being too far away from larger cities like Columbus, Georgia.

Home to Big Lazer Creek Wildlife Management Facility, run by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, this 7,200 property is not only a good destination for hunting but also boasts a 196-acre public fishing lake, picnic areas, camping, and boating dock. Return to nature in a mighty way with your visit to the area. Learn more by visiting the Talbot County website