Thomasville, Georgia is known for its piney woods, hunting plantations and southern hospitality. The Paxton is a short walk from Downtown Thomasville’s tree lined brick streets and quaint restaurants and shops.
Thomasville is in the Red Hills region, a special ecological, historic and cultural region in between the Aucilla and Ochlocknee rivers in South Georgia and North Florida.
Thomasville was founded in 1825 and has many fine examples of historic homes. The Paxton is in the Tockwotten Historic District. It was a winter retreat in the late 1800s and continues to be a destination today.