Valdosta is an historic city in southern Georgia with a mild climate and surrounded by rich farmland.
Genteel Valdosta is known for azaleas in the spring, farming of pine trees and tobacco and historic buildings.
Valdosta State University, a Division II level school, sits in the heart of the city. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy paddling and birding in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge or visiting a local winery.
Among GreatPlacesToRetire.com cities, Valdosta ranks high in home sales prices, demographic diversity, air quality, taxes and home energy use. Valdosta ranks low in family income and water quality.
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