There is no wilderness left in the state of Georgia; about the closest you can come to it is the Okefenokee Swamp. Even the Swamp is more woods than wilderness. Having been thoroughly logged out in the early part of the 1900s, what is now seen is regrowth from that harvest.
The Old Lady prefers to enter the Swamp at Stephen Foster State Park, 17 miles up a lonely highway from the nearest town (Fargo). Once in the park, you don’t have to go far to see wildlife!However, a short canoe ride reveals more of the Swamp’s beauty.
For more information about Stephen Foster State Park go to http://gastateparks.org/StephenCFoster