The Southern Portion of the Red Clay Trail begins at the city limits of Fort Gaines and extends south and east to the borders of Clay County. It is about a 90 minute drive to cover this section of the trail but worth it.
The Shiver's Produce Shed at 1300 West Bluffton Road is the first stop on the southern portion of the tour.
The Bluffton Fire Station at 222 Pine Street in Bluffton GA is the home for this patriotic quilt.
This "Rising Star" pattern looks perfect for this home at 106 Pine Street in Bluffton GA.
White Oak Pastures Administrative Building at 108 North Broad Street in Bluffton GA is the home of this bright design. A visit to Clay County is not complete until you have spent some time at White Oak Pastures in Bluffton.
This "Hunters Star" quilt now resides at the Town Hall Building at 109 South Broad Street in Bluffton GA.
Check out this "9 Patch Star" quilt on the barn behind the White Oak Pastures General Store on South Pine Street in Bluffton GA then stop in for a delicious meal.
This 100 year old barn is the perfect place for this "1904 Star" pattern at 355 Mill Pond Road, Bluffton GA.
The "Tree of Life" and "Iris Block" patterns can both be seen on the barn and pump house at 514 Mill Pond Road, Bluffton GA.
This colorful "Gentleman's Star" can be seen on the farm shed at 581 Mill Pond Road, Bluffton GA.
The Tim and Connie Ingram Barn at 24362 Old Highway 27, Sutton's Corner Road, Edison GA is at the eastern flank of Clay County.
This beautiful barn and rustic barn quilt can be seen at 2419 Highway 37, Fort Gaines GA. This is one of the barn quilts painted by our local artist Tammy Pope.
This "Blazing Star Bright" design really looks great on this farm building at 2170 Highway 37 Fort Gaines, GA