Observe our outdoors

Step away from the hustle and bustle of the city to breathe in the fresh South Georgia air. Coffee County has a variety of outdoor activities for the whole family!

Explore our History

Coffee County is home to two impressive museums that take you back in time to the people and events that shaped Douglas and Coffee County to the rich community it is today.

visit the broxton rocks

The Broxton Rocks was named one of "30 Natural Wonders in Georgia to See Before You Die" by the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Decorated with endangered species of plants and animals, this natural waterfall is a sacred and protected attraction. It was named one of "Georgia's Hidden Treasures" by WSB-TV, and it truly is a treasure we all cherish.

Visit the World War II Flight Training Museum

Years ago, hundreds of brave young men and women came to Douglas, GA to be trained in combat aviation under some of the most skilled flight instructors in the country. While WWII commenced overseas, groundbreaking discoveries and heroic soldiers were being born in this sleepy town. Little did they know, their time in Douglas led to historic triumphs to be celebrated years later.

Can't make up your mind?

Our Visitor's Information Center created a Scavenger Hunt through Downtown Douglas. Follow the steps for a chance to be featured on the Visit Douglas Facebook page!