KICK BACK IN FITZGERALD FOR A WEEKEND OF SOUTHERN CHARM, CULTURE, AND WILD BURMESE CHICKENS!
Fitzgerald is ready to welcome you 20 miles off I-75 in South Central Georgia for a weekend of exploration and relaxation with museums including the Blue and Gray Museum, beautiful downtown buildings and neighborhoods, local restaurants, lodging (including a fabulous B&B, The Dorminy-Massee House) and a very friendly attitude. Tap your toes at the free Colony City Opry on Saturday night ‐ “Music For The People, By The People.”
Visit during Fitzgerald’s Harmony Jubilee (hot air balloons in November) and Wild Chicken Festival (celebrating Fitzgerald’s signature fowl in March) for an added treat. Whenever you decide to go we hope you enjoy your travels and relaxation on the Fitzgerald weekend.
You can find out more about this great getaway along with physical characteristics of the route in our detailed blog post.
Fitzgerald Blue & Gray
Jefferson Davis Route
Fitzgerald City Chicken
Disclaimer: A WORD OF CAUTION. Bicyclists are responsible for their own safety. Most of the roadways on this map have no special facilities for bicycle travel. Neither Georgia Bicycle Adventures nor the city of Fitzgerald warrants the accuracy of information or the condition of the roadways or any other facilities shown on this map. Georgia Bicycle Adventures and the Antebellum Trail Association disclaim any responsibilities arising from the use of this map. Bicyclists assume a risk upon these routes identical to the risks assumed on all other roadways.