City of valdosta
Valdosta State University is located in Valdosta, Georgia, twenty miles above the Florida border. The University is easily accessible form Interstate I-75 for students from South Florida, North Georgia, and beyond. Valdosta, the "Azalea City," is the commercial, medical, and entertainment hub for the surrounding 60 mile area. It is the county seat of Lowndes County which has a population of more than 110,000. Valdosta, which means "Vale of Beauty," is certainly deserving of its name. The mild climate, friendly people, and natural beauty of the area make this a great place to attend college.
Valdosta has a humid subtropical climate, with mild, wet winters and hot, humid summers. Temperatures frequently go over 90 degrees, but in extreme heat waves, temperatures occasionally go over 100 degrees (38 Celsius) . In the winter, snowfall is very rare, and normally, there is no snowfall. Snow has not hit Valdosta since February 1989. However, frosts do occur. Valdosta can experience Indian summers in the winter, where temperatures can get quite warm. Very rarely do winter lows go below 25 degrees (-4 Celsius). Rainfall is most abundant in the summer.
What To Do
Downtown Valdosta, Valdosta Mall, Valdosta Stadium Cinemas, Ashley Cinemas, Jac's Bowling Lanes, Peach State Summer Theatre, Lowndes County Historical Society & Museum, Valdosta Recreation Center, Lake Park Outlets Mall
Wild Adventures Water & Theme Park, Kinderlou Forst Golf Club, South Georgia Motorsports Park, First Fridays Downtown Valdosta, Horse Creek Winery, Okefenokee Swamp Park, Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Moody Air Force Base