Come visit the farm and see where the award-winning Rabbiteye Wine is made. The adventure includes a free tasting and a tour of the winery and packing area. The tasting room is open Fridays and Saturdays from 1 to 5 p.m. with bottles available to purchase.
Most hunters already know about Mossy Pond Retrievers, one of the largest dog training facilities in the South. Located in Patterson, Mossy Pond was developed by owner Brad Arington in 2003 with a dog and a dream. Now, with 130+ kennels, Arington and his team train dogs from all over the country year-round. The 12,000-acre property, which includes a lodge, overnight accommodations and hunting and shooting grounds, is popular for groups of all types, including weddings, corporate outings, and friends and family outings.
For fans of geocaching, there are more than 50 geocaches in Blackshear and Pierce County. This is a family-friendly, outdoor adventure game played with a GPS device or smartphone. Basically, you get the GPS coordinates to a location and then go find a container at that location. You sign the logbook and hide the container in the same location where you found it for others to find.
The Blackshear Better Hometown program offers a geocaching challenge in Blackshear. Complete the challenge to earn a trackable Blackshear Geocaching Challenge geocoin or a Blackshear Geocaching Challenge Path Tag.
You’ll find Blackshear along US Highway 84, southwest of Jesup, Georgia and northeast of Waycross, Georgia.