Cordele is a town in the Classic Heartland of Georgia.

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Cordele, a town named after a colonel's daughter named Cordelia, is the self-described "Watermelon Capital of the World." It hosts its annual Watermelon festival in June.

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Cordele is easily accessed since it sits right on I-75 north of Valdosta and south of Warner Robins.

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Georgia Veterans State Park
Georgia Veterans State Park
  • 1 Georgia Veterans State Park, 2459 US-280 W (9 miles west of Cordele), +1 229 276-2371. Daily 9AM-5PM. This Georgia state park on the east bank of Lake Blackshear pays tribute to the armed forces of the United States with various artillery and aircraft on display.    
  • 2 Titan I Missile, 1815 E 16th Ave (at junction of I-75 and US Route 280 East.). A rather unusual spectacle is this Titan I Missile on display in town, to pay homage to the Cold War arms race or US nuclear deterrence strategy, however you see it.
Titan I Cordele, GA

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Also available is the campground at Georgia Veterans State Park.

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