Swainsboro is a small city in Emanuel County, Georgia. It could be said that the wider area is a proper paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Pine trees dominate the beautiful natural landscape and locals say that pine trees grow and mature a lot faster here than in the rest of the USA. George L. Smith State Park is a great place for a picnic, biking, and walking. Here, you will find a beautiful 412-acre cypress pond and a well-maintained old gristmill (built in the 19th Century). The nearby forests are rich in flora and home for many species, such as deer, foxes, opossums, rabbits, etc., while the Ohoopee, Ogeechee, and Canoochee rivers are great fishing spots and ideal for kayaking/canoeing. For those fond of discount hotels, you can easily find a room for under $60 per night.