Southeast Georgia

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The Southeastern Region of Georgia

Southeast Georgia is an eighteen-county region located south of the Altamaha River in the U.S. state of Georgia. The 2010 census calculated the region's population to be at 523,905. The largest city in this region is Valdosta and the largest county is Lowndes County.

Counties[edit]

Major Cities[edit]

  1. Valdosta - Pop. 54,518
  2. St. Marys - Pop. 29,986
  3. Brunswick - Pop. 15,383
  4. Waycross - 14,725
  5. St. Simons Island - Pop. 13,381
  6. Kingsland - Pop. 12,205
  7. Douglas - Pop. 11,589
  8. Jesup - Pop. 10,214
  9. Woodbine - Pop. 8,222
  10. Adel - Pop. 5,334