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Woodbine, the county seat of Camden County, was incorporated on August 13, 1908. Woodbine is the common English name for the honeysuckle, Lonicera. The railroad that began the town was the Savannah and Western line.

Built in 1928, the county courthouse in Woodbine is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Woodbine hosts the annual Crawfish Festival in April.

Woodbine participates in the Better Hometown Program run by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. This community development program is a public-private partnership intended to revitalize small communities with populations between 1,000 and 5,000. These cities have access to technical assistance and fiscal resources designed to stimulate downtown revitalization.

(note: click on county map to view County Snapshots for Camden County.) View County Snapshots for Camden

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