Telfair County is located in south central Georgia, 154 miles southeast of Atlanta and 70 miles south of Macon.
Telfair has four beautiful seasons, with an average year-round temperate of 65°F. Winters are mild with an average of 55°F, while summers are warm with an average high of 93°F and low of 75°F. Spring and autumn are transitional with temperates leaning to the warm side. The mild temperatures year-round are due to the proximity of the warm water of the Gulf of Mexico. Rainfall averages 50 inches annually providing lush foliage.
The relatively mild climate throughout the year affords unlimited opportunities for recreation. The Ocmulgee River runs along the southern border of the county and provides bountiful fishing and water activities. Hunters delight in the dove, quail, wild turkey, duck, deer and small game.
The county and state rural roads deliver a panaramic view of the countryside for those exploring. Beautiful scenic drives offer rolling hills, timbered land and open farmland. In the summer the sweet fragarance of honesuckle adds to a delightful evening ride.