Coastal Plains

The Coastal Plains region is the largest region in Georgia taking up 3/5 of Georgia's land, has temperate climate. Located the south most part of Georgia. This region is divided into two parts, the Inner and Outer Coastal Plain. The inner Coastal Plain is the agriculture heartland of the land. Begins at the end of the Fall line, and borders with Florida and Atlantic Ocean. So you can find many seafoods. The Coastal plain also provides many peanuts, cottons, and vidalia onions. The state's oldest city, Savannah, is located in this region.

Physical Features

Okefenokee Swamp

The Okefenokee swamp is the second largest freshwater swamp in the U.S, located in the southeastern part of Georgia (Coastal plain region).

It has more than 1,000 types of plants and animals.

Barrier Islands

Forts were built on site of the Barrier Islands to protect Georgia's coasts and is also a popular tourist attraction. These islands also protect Georgia from bad weather.

Economic Activities

In the Coastal Plains region of Georgia the economy is made up of tourism, shipping, and seafood. The trees are used for the production of Pulp and paper. The many important crops for this region are peaches, peanuts, cotton

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