Woodbine is located in one of Georgia’s original counties, created when the state constitution was adopted in February 1777 and located in the very southeastern corner of the State, just 7 miles from the current Florida border. Records of the site where Woodbine is now located date back to 1765, when 4 men petitioned for and received fourteen hundred acres on the south side of the Great Satilla River.
We are staying at a campground called Walk-A-Bout Camp & RV Park. We walked about, but nothing really to see.
RV’ers stop here on their way to Florida and that warm sun. So, this sign seems out of place:
Summerton, South Carolina to Woodbine, Georgia: 207.2 miles