Whether you like to play ball, drop a line in the water or just take a leisurely stroll, Berrien County is filled with a variety of tourism and recreational options.
Berrien County boasts hundreds of acres of unblemished woods for hunting and camping enthusiast. For the hunter in the family, there are several hunting clubs within the county as well as preserves that offer private scheduled hunts. If fishing is more your speed, the Alapaha River as well as Patrick’s Paradise provides the area with freshwater fishing, as do the many private ponds and lakes in the county.
Berrien County is also home to several agri-tourism attractions where you can pick your own produce or get lost in a sugar cane maze, for more information on agri-tourism in the area log onto www.georgiagrowntrail37.com
For those who are less outdoorsy, Berrien County offers several shopping and dining options. Kick back and relax at our local winery. Pay a visit to the Berrien County Historical Foundation for a tour of the Berrien County Courthouse built in 1898 or the Berrien County Jail built in 1903.
The Berrien County Recreation Department services over 1,200 area youth each year offering a variety of sports including baseball, softball, basketball, football and soccer. The Recreation Department also maintains three public tennis courts. For more information on the Berrien County Recreation Department call 229-686-6576.