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What is the Wiregrass?

The Wiregrass is NOT 12 counties shown on your local television station’s weather map. It’s also not someone’s private address or business in Dothan, AL as Google has it listed.

This is a map depicting the entire actual Wiregrass Area as defined by Wikipedia.

The Wiregrass is HUGE. According to Wikipedia “the Wiregrass Region—or Wiregrass Country—is an area of the Southern United States encompassing parts of southern Georgia, southeastern Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle. The region is named for the native Aristida stricta “(pictured above), “commonly known as wiregrass due to its texture. area stretches approximately from just below Macon, Georgia and follows the Fall Line west to Montgomery, Alabama. From there it turns south and runs to approximately Washington County, Florida in the northern panhandle. From there it runs east, roughly making its southern boundary along Interstate 10 to Lake City, Florida. From there it turns north, roughly following the Suwannee River back into Georgia and along the western fringes of the Okefenokee Swamp. From here it runs due north back to Macon.”

Major Highways

Also according to WikiPedia, “Interstate 75, Interstate 10, U.S. Route 231, U.S. Route 331, and portions of Interstate 65 traverse parts of the Wiregrass. The portion of U.S. Route 84 through Georgia is known as the Wiregrass Georgia Parkway.”

Wiregrass Counties

Atkinson County Georgia
Baker County Georgia
Barbour County Alabama
Bay County Florida
Ben Hill County Georgia
Bibb County Georgia
Bleckley County Georgia
Brooks County Georgia
Bullock County Alabama
Calhoun County Georgia
Calhoun County Florida
Chattahoochee County Georgia
Clay County Georgia
Clinch County Georgia
Cook County Georgia
Coffee County Georgia
Coffee County Alabama
Colquitt County Georgia
Columbia County Florida
Covington County Alabama
Crawford County Georgia
Crenshaw County Alabama
Crisp County Georgia
Dale County Alabama
Decatur County Georgia
Dooley County Georgia
Dodge County Georgia

Dougherty County Georgia
Early County Georgia
Echols County Georgia
Franklin County Florida
Gadsden County Florida
Geneva County Alabama
Grady County Georgia
Gulf County Florida
Hamilton County Florida
Harris County Georgia
Henry County Alabama
Holmes County Florida
Houston County Alabama
Houston County Georgia
Jackson County Florida
Jeff Davis County Georgia
Jefferson County Florida
Lafayette County Florida
Lee County Alabama
Lee County Georgia
Leon County Florida
Liberty County Florida
Macon County Alabama
Lowndes County Georgia
Macon County Georgia
Madison County Florida
Marion County Georgia
Miller County Georgia

Mitchell County Georgia
Montgomery County Alabama
Muscogee County Georgia
Peach County Georgia
Pike County Alabama
Pulaski County Georgia
Quitman County Georgia
Randolph County Georgia
Russell County Alabama
Schley County Georgia
Seminole County Georgia
Stewart County Georgia
Sumter County Georgia
Suwannee County Florida
Talbot County Georgia
Taylor County Florida
Taylor County Georgia
Telfair County Georgia
Terrell County Georgia
Thomas County Georgia
Tift County Georgia
Turner County Georgia
Wakulla County Florida
Washington Florida
Wilcox County Georgia
Webster County Georgia

Major Wiregrass Cities

Dothan, Alabama
Enterprise, Alabama
Daleville, Alabama
Eufaula, Alabama
Geneva, Alabama
Ozark, Alabama
Troy, Alabama
Albany, Georgia
Americus, Georgia

Cordele, Georgia
Fitzgerald, Georgia
Thomasville, Georgia
Moultrie, Georgia
Tifton, Georgia
Valdosta, Georgia
Lake City, Florida
Live Oak, Florida
Marianna, Florida

Tallahassee, Florida
Panama City, Florida
Luverne, Alabama
Opp, Alabama
Abbeville, Alabama
Donalsonville, Georgia
Bainbridge, Georgia
Macon, Georgia
Columbus, Georia

Military Bases

According to Wikipedia, “The region includes Fort Rucker, a U.S. Army post located mostly in Dale County, Alabama. The post is the primary flight training base for Army Aviation and is home to the United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence (USAACE) and the United States Army Aviation Museum, as well as Moody Air Force Base located in Lowndes and Lanier County, Georgia. Moody AFB is the home of the 23d Wing. The wing executes worldwide close air support, force protection, and combat search and rescue operations (CSAR) in support of humanitarian interests, United States national security and the global war on terrorism (GWOT).”


Wikipedia says “The Wiregrass Region suffers from extremely high humidity in the summer (due to its proximity to the Gulf) and enjoys mild winters. Snowfall occurs occasionally in this region in extremely cold years. The area is also prone to hurricanes and tropical storms, most notably, Hurricane Michael which devastated the area during October 2018.” The climate is sub tropical, but feels tropical that’s why we say when we refer to the weather “It’s not just hot. It’s Wiregrass hot!

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