Many residents choose Wayne County because of its breathtaking natural scenery. Thousands of acres in Wayne County are dedicated to activities such as hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, and picnicking. The Altamaha River forms the county’s northwest boundary and the Little Satilla River forms the southwest boundary. Wayne County has miles of protected river corridors used by paddlers and anglers year-round.
Wayne County’s 5,000+ school children are empowered to reach their highest levels of achievement. Our schools annually meet or exceed the accreditation standards that support student achievement. Many graduates continue their
education at area institutions such as Coastal Pines Technical College, the College of Coastal Georgia, Georgia Southern University, and Troy University.
Wayne County residents stay active through a variety of parks, fishing lakes, recreation centers, and ball fields managed by the Wayne County Recreation Department, and meet friends through civic clubs, churches and other organizations. Healthcare needs are met through Wayne Memorial Hospital, Georgia’s 2019 Small Hospital of the Year. A network of local physicians and other practitioners who are also neighbors promote good health in our community.
Easy access to Class I rail, commercial airports, deepwater seaports, and Interstate 95
Existing manufacturing base that includes Rayonier Advanced Materials, EAM Corporation, Healthy Pet, Sierra International Manufacturing, Great Southern Wood Preserving
A highly skilled workforce, and training programs developed by Coastal Pines Technical College
Industrial sites in the Wayne County Industrial Park and other sites on or close to 4-lane highways and within minutes of Interstate 95
Low cost of living, and only 1 hour to the beaches in Georgia’s Golden Isles