Come Visit Our Beautiful PlantationsTerrell County has an abundance of beautiful plantations that offer various kinds of game to hunt ranging from deer to dove all the way to hogs. Terrell County is proud to be home to guided hunts and annual lease land. The plantations offer wonderful amenities including lodging and of course some of the South's best country cooking. For more information, please see the document below:
Mark's Melon Patch
Mark's Melon Patch is known as our famous roadside stand! People, school groups, and organizations visit Mark's Melon Patch throughout the year. Mark's Melon Patch has available for purchase Georgia Made, Georgia Grown products and is a Certified Farmer's Market. It is a true site to see in October when the sunflower field is full of beautiful blooms, pumpkins galore, music, face painting, and the famous homemade ice cream.
Main Street Theatre and Cultural Arts Center
The Main Street Theatre and Cultural Arts Center is consistently offering a variety of family friendly events. Each fall there is an annual Dinner Theatre production that includes dinner, drinks, dessert, and entertainment. All plays are written, produced, and casted from local talent. The Theatre hosts various events throughout the year from the dinner production, Breakfast with Santa, Art Camp, lunch buffets with entertainment, date night dinners, and Princess Tea Parties.
Historic Homes and Architecture
Terrell County has a rich history when it comes to architecture. We are home to the tallest historic courthouse in the State of Georgia. The courthouse is also one of the oldest as it was built in 1892 . The county completed the courthouse renovation in 2009. Terrell County has historic driving tour as well which boasts a beautiful Historic District featuring Queen Anne Victorian, Neo- Classical, and other types of historic homes and buildings. Two buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The first Saturday of May, the Terrell County Historic Preservation Society hosts its Annual Tour of Homes
Visitors to Terrell County may want to extend their vacation and visit some of the regional attractions:
- Albany's FlintRiverQuarium, Parks at Chehaw, Ray Charles Plaza, and Civil Rights Institute
- Plains, Georgia and the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site and Boyhood Farm
- Thomasville historic district and nearby Pebble Hill Plantation
- Andersonville Historic Site, the Civil War's largest POW camp and the National Prisoner of War Museum
- Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta
- Agrirama in Tifton
- Stillpond Vineyard in Arlington