Treutlen County is home to a variety of attractions for outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs, and those road
warriors seeking the next great small town. The Oconee and Ohoopee Rivers running through Treutlen County offer fishing and canoeing opportunities to locals and visitors alike. History buffs can find pleasure in locating former Georgia Governor George M. Troup’s tomb and historic marker at Rosemont, the Treutlen County Courthouse which on the list of national historic registries. Those in love with finding the small town heritage and hot spots that only locals know can get their fill in downtown Soperton with several great restaurants and small businesses that offer a bit of small town culture and regional cuisine.
Beginning in 1972 as a way to increase civic club and community needs, The Million Pines Festival moves into Iva Park the first Saturday and Sunday of November each year. Featuring arts and crafts, entertainment, and historical crafts and skills that will impress and intrigue viewers young and old, thousands come from across the southeast to enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of a small town event with big influences in the community. More information concerning The Million Pines Festival can be found at www.millionpines.com.