Appling County, Georgia
Welcome to Appling County, where hometown friendliness still shines through a spectacular setting.
Appling County, carved in 1818 from lands the state won during treaty negotiations with the Creek Indians, sits south of the Altamaha River and covers land that produces blueberries, cotton, tobacco and pine.
Its name honors Colonel Daniel Appling, the soldier considered the state’s most outstanding during the War of 1812. Baxley, named for early settler and well-known storekeeper Wilson Baxley, serves as the county seat.
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