Jeff Davis County’s location in South Georgia is great for business. Proximity to Highway 341, a major four-lane corridor, as well as the presence of a prominent rail line, provides Jeff Davis County businesses with access to global markets.
U.S. Highways 221 and 341 – also known as the Golden Isles Highway – easily connect our small town with the larger cities of Brunswick to the south, Savannah to the east, Augusta to the northeast, Atlanta and Macon to the north, and Columbus and Albany to the west. Jeff Davis County’s proximity to Interstates 75, 95, 16, and 10 and the Georgia ports at Savannah and Brunswick enhance its transportation advantages.
• I-16 – 50 miles
• I-75 – 69 miles
• I-95 – 96 miles
• I-10 – 134 miles
Hazlehurst Municipal Airport (AZE) is equipped to serve corporate jets and private aviation. The airport offers a 5,000-foot runway, complete fencing to prevent aircraft-deer accidents, and a modern new terminal outfitted with a weather computer, Internet access, and clean restrooms.
528 Burkett’s Ferry Rd.
Hazlehurst, GA 31539
Commercial airline service is available at Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (85 miles), Valdosta Regional Airport (94 miles), Jacksonville International Airport (138 miles), and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (181 miles).
Rail freight is readily available via Norfolk Southern and CSX. Passenger rail on Amtrak can be accessed an hour away at Jesup, Georgia, or in Savannah.
Port access is available 85 miles away at Brunswick, Georgia, a dedicated Roll On, Roll Off (RoRo) facility and the third busiest port in the U.S. for total RoRo cargo and second busiest for RoRo imports; 105 miles away at the Port of Savannah, the largest single container terminal in North America; and 148 miles away at the Port of Jacksonville, Florida.