Rich with character, culture, creativity and history, our beautiful slice of South Georgia offers small-town and rural scenes fit for stories on film that span generations. The World War II Flight Training Air Base houses the only XP-82 in the world that can still fly. Our lush agricultural landscape includes fields, barns, silos and anything you need to film on the farm. Our beautiful downtown district in Douglas is reminiscent of past times and is filled with historic structures, mom-and-pop shops, and delicious places to eat, making it the perfect place to depict a heartwarming small-town community of any era. General Coffee State Park is home to a well-maintained, 19th century log cabin and other historic structures scattered throughout the 1,500-acre park, all harkening to a simpler time.
The best part, Georgia has become the No. 1 place in the world for filming, thanks in part to a statewide 30 percent tax credit for filming in Georgia.
To learn more about filming in Douglas and Coffee County, contact the Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce at 912-3834-1873.