Cordele is a small town located in Georgia in the United States of America. Also known as The Watermelon Capital of the World, this Crisp County town has a very special and unique charm. Cordele has a population of 11.000 people and back in the 1860's here was the capital of the state of Georgia. At the beginning of the 20th century Cordele had an extraordinary growth thanks to the railroads passing through the town. In more recent time, Cordele was the home of singer Buster Brown and of the president of a Christian TV channel called Daystar Television Network. If you plan to visit Cordele here are some attractions not to be missed.
Top Attractions within Cordele
Georgia Veterans State Park is mainly a memorial to the US veterans. This great place in Cordele is filled with history and is home of a museum of army vehicles, aircrafts, uniforms and other war memorabilia. Within the park you also have the possibility to play golf on a great 18 holes golf course. Other activities are available too - train rides, camping and water sports can be done in this beautiful place located in the heart of the state of Georgia.
Lake Blackshear Resort & Golf Club is built near a lake to offer you the best possibilities to enjoy to the fullest your stay in Cordele. With a great restaurant, a pool and sporting facilities, this resort is more than you expect. The golf course is very beautiful and exclusive, the perfect place to relax.
The Cordele Antique Shops are altogether downtown Cordele to offer tourists the best shopping spree experience combined with refinement and luxury. You can admire antique paintings and great items of furniture perfectly restored and you can shop 'till you drop in the multitude of stores in this area of Cordele.