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Tarva is located twenty minutes southwest of Albany, Georgia, in both Baker and Dougherty Counties, in a neighborhood of other large, world-class recreational properties. Southwest Georgia, and the Albany area in particular, has been labeled the “Quail Hunting Capital of the World” due to the exemplary habitat and the sheer number of properties managed for quail. There are 295,000± acres of exceptional quail properties in the greater Albany area. 

Tarva has nearly two miles of frontage along one or both sides of Tarva Road. It is bordered on the east by Nilo and to the south and west by Pinebloom.

The property is less than an hour’s drive to Thomasville and three hours south of Atlanta. The Southwest Georgia Regional Airport is just 17 minutes from Tarva and offers several commercial flights each day to and from Atlanta as well as a 6,601-foot runway for private aviation.


Southwest Georgia has a humid subtropical climate and offers long warm summers and the most pleasant and mild of winters. Between November and March, the daily high temperatures in Albany average 65 degrees and low temperatures on average are 39 degrees.  Rainfall usually peaks in March and during the summer months, with an average annual rainfall of 51 inches.  

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