Welcome to the Bainbridge, Georgia Convention and Visitors Bureau
Welcome to Bainbridge! Here, you'll discover the true beauty of the Old South and experience the graciousness of Southern hospitality with modern day amenities and an “It’s better being outdoors” attitude.
The Flint River and Lake Seminole offer abundant fishing and water sports, so much so that Georgia State Legislature named us the Bass Capital of Georgia in 2009.
Both the river and the lake attract thousands of amateur and professional anglers each year. Additional recreation includes world class hunting and tennis facilities, miles of trails, a BMX Pump Track and the state’s first ever National Fitness Court. When it’s time to slow your pace, enjoy our unique downtown with locally sourced and fresh restaurants choices, plenty of outdoor dining, public art and an open container district to enjoy a night cap!
Bill Reynolds Tennis Center, Cox Avenue, Bainbridge, GA, USASat, Sep 26, 2020
Earle May Boat Basin Park, Boat Basin Circle, Bainbridge, GA, USAThu, Oct 8, 2020Join us for take off and weigh in each day at the Earle May Boat Basin!
Earle May Boat Basin Park, Boat Basin Circle, Bainbridge, GA, USASat, Oct 31, 2020
Earle May Boat Basin Park, Boat Basin Circle, Bainbridge, GA, USAThu, Nov 5, 2020
Downtown Development Authority of Bainbridge, South Broad Street, Bainbridge, GA, USASat, Nov 21, 2020Kick off your holiday shopping in downtown Bainbridge! Merchants will have special sales and hours. Shop local this year!
Discover Bainbridge, Georgia
Known for our tree-lined streets and elegant old antebellum and Victorian homes, the town continues to revolve around its central square, Willis Park, which is beautiful maintained. The high clock tower of the Victorian-era Dectur County Courthouse rises above one corner and the surrounding blocks are lined with historic buildings, the majority of them over 100 years old.
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