Surrounding Area
PCOM South Georgia

PCOM South Georgia is expected to open in 2019 in Moultrie, Georgia—the Colquitt County seat. The area features affordable housing, an award-winning medical center, abundant recreation and entertainment options, a progressive school system, temperate climate, convenient location and much more.

Living in Moultrie and Colquitt County

Colquitt County is known for its thriving agricultural industry, hunting preserves and natural recreation areas. The City of Moultrie features a beautiful downtown area which is home to a historic courthouse, the Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library, numerous specialty shops and more.

Moultrie offers countless activities to fill your schedule. From indulging your artistic side, to taking in a thrilling game of Friday night football, to shopping in the downtown square, to attending countless shows and festivals, Moultrie provides an active and enjoyable place to live. It offers all the charm of small-town living, but with amenities that allow you to enjoy a more relaxed paced life without the inconveniences and costs that come with urban environments. In addition, the reasonable price of housing in Moultrie offers the opportunity to own your own piece of “The City of Beautiful Homes.”

For more information about living and working in Moultrie and Colquitt County, visit the Moultrie-Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce or the Moultrie Colquitt County Development Authority websites.

Things to Do in Colquitt County

Beyond Colquitt County

  • The City of Moultrie is located approximately an hour away from the Florida line and is within easy driving distance of the Gulf Coast.
  • Experience 19th century living at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, located in Tifton, Georgia. The museum features 35 structures including a peanut museum, turpentine still, drug store, gristmill and farmsteads.
  • Take a guided tour of Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia. This stately architectural beauty stands proudly amid the magnolias and long leaf pines of Southwest Georgia.
  • A six-acre park along the Flint River—RiverFront Park in Albany, Georgia—features a lawn for picnics and gatherings, a play fountain, pavilion areas, a greenways trail system with a Riverwalk, and the Horace King Overlook.
  • Wild Adventures in Valdosta, Georgia, is a theme park, water park and animal park all in one. Visitors can enjoy rides and roller coasters, exotic animal sightings, and shows and concerts each season.
  • Check out Explore Georgia, the state’s official tourism and travel site, for information about things to do and places to visit throughout the state.