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Georgia (/ˈdʒɔːrdʒə/ JOR-juh) is a state located in the southeastern United States. It was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies. Named after King George II of Great Britain, Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, on January 2, 1788. It declared its secession from the Union on January 19, 1861, and was one of the original seven Confederate states. It was the last state to be restored to the Union, on July 15, 1870. Georgia is the 24th largest and the 8th most populous of the 50 United States. From 2007 to 2008, 14 of Georgia's counties ranked among the nation's 100 fastest-growing, second only to Texas. Georgia is known as the Peach State and the Empire State of the South. Atlanta is the state's capital and its most populous city. Georgia is bordered on the south by Florida, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and South Carolina, on the west by Alabama, and on the north by Tennessee and North Carolina. The northern part of the state is in the Blue Ridge Mountains, part of the Appalachian Mountains system. The Piedmont extends through the central part of the state from the foothills of the Blue Ridge to the Fall Line, where the rivers cascade down in elevation to the coastal plain of the southern part of the state. The highest point in Georgia is Brasstown Bald at 4,784 feet (1,458 m) above sea level; the lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean. Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River in land area, although it is the fourth largest (after Michigan, Florida, and Wisconsin) in total area, including expanses of water that are part of state territory.
Cities, towns & villages in Georgia
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Cascade HeightsCascade Heights is an affluent neighborhood in southwest Atlanta. It is bisected by Cascade Road, which was known as the Sandtown Road in the nineteenth century. The road follows the path of the ancient Sandtown Trail which ran from Stone Mountain to the Creek village of Sandtown on the Chattahoochee and from there on into Alabama. Ironically, the name lived on even after the Indians were expelled in the 1830s. Show on map
Fort McPhersonFort McPherson was a U.S. Army military base located in East Point, Georgia, on the southwest edge of Atlanta, Georgia. It was the headquarters for the U.S. Army Installation Management Command, Southeast Region; the U.S. Army Forces Command; the U.S. Army Reserve Command; the U.S. Army Central. During the General Textile Workers Strike in 1934, this fort was used as a detention center to hold picketers who had been arrested while striking at a cotton mill in Newnan, Georgia. Show on map
Little Saint Simons IslandVirtually untouched for centuries, Little St. Simons Island is a barrier island located on the coast of Georgia (U.S. state), and is one of the least developed of Georgia's Golden Isles. The island covers an area of 10,000 acres (40 km2) and boasts 7 miles (11 km) of beaches. Little St. Simons Island is located slightly east and north of St. Simons Island and Sea Island. It is separated from these islands by the Hampton River and from the marshes of the mainland by Buttermilk Sound. The mouth of the Altamaha River opens directly north of the island. The island's continuous growth can be attributed to sediment deposited by the undammed Altamaha. Show on map
PenfieldPenfield, Georgia, in the United States was established shortly after 1829 in Greene County, Georgia, and named in honor of Josiah Penfield (c.1785 - 1828), a Savannah merchant and silversmith, who bequeathed $2,500.00 and a financial challenge to the Georgia Baptist Convention to match his gift for educational purposes. The Convention organized a manual labor school which opened in 1833 as Mercer Institute (renamed Mercer University in 1837), in honor of Rev. Jesse Mercer of Greene County, a major contributor to the matching gift request. Show on map
ElizabethElizabeth was an incorporated municipality in central Cobb County, Georgia, that existed de jure from 1885 to 1995. Originally incorporated by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on October 5, 1885, as the town of Elizabeth, it never began functioning as a municipality; in particular, no historical evidence exists that the town held any elections for mayor and the city council. In a new law passed in 1964, the General Assembly renamed the town as the City of Elizabeth, and on October 6 of that year the residents voted 3 to 1 in an election to approve the city's charter, yet still never elected a mayor or city council. Finally, in 1995, the city's charter was revoked along with dozens of others, pursuant to a 1994 law requiring that cities provide at least three services from a list defi Show on map
Lakeview EstatesLakeview Estates, also known as Sunrise Lakes by the locals, is a census-designated place (CDP) in Rockdale County, Georgia, United States. The population was 2,637 at the 2000 census. Lakeview Estates was developed as a family community in the 1970s consisting of modular homes wrapping around the hills above Lake Sunrise and Lake Rockaway. A community club house, water processing plant, community store, and church were built in addition to the community. It is not a trailer park, as much of the land is privately owned, or owned by multiple landlords, and all of the roads are owned and maintained by the county. The original idea for the community was not a success. The affordable real estate was bought out by families and by landlords. In addition, the water processing plant was privately@en . Show on map
DungenessDungeness on Cumberland Island, Georgia, is a ruined mansion that is part of a historic district that was the home of several families significant in American history. James Oglethorpe first built on Cumberland Island in 1736, building a hunting lodge that he named Dungeness. The next Dungeness was the legacy of Revolutionary War hero Nathanael Greene, who had acquired 11,000 acres (45 km2) of island land in exchange for a bad debt. His widow built a four-story tabby mansion in 1803, over a Timucuan shell mound. During the War of 1812 the island was occupied by the British, who used the house as a headquarters. Show on map
Smoke RiseSmoke Rise is a residential community in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, located northeast of Atlanta in the City of Tucker, incorporated in 2016. It is located north of the city of Stone Mountain and east of the city of Tucker. The main road through Smoke Rise is Hugh Howell Road (Georgia Route 236). Smoke Rise is a part of Metropolitan Atlanta. The local public schools are Smoke Rise Elementary School, Tucker Middle School and Tucker High School. Smoke Rise Amenities Show on map
RomeLocated in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Rome is the largest city in and the county seat of Floyd County, Georgia, United States. It is the principal city of the Rome, Georgia, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Floyd County. At the 2010 census, the city had a population of 36,303. It is the largest city in Northwest Georgia and the 19th largest city in the state. Show on map
Saint Simons IslandSt. Simons is a census-designated place (CDP) located on St. Simons Island in Glynn County, Georgia, United States. The community and the island are interchangeable, known simply as \"St. Simons Island\", or locally as \"The Island\". St. Simons is part of the Brunswick, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area, and according to the 2010 census, the CDP had a population of 12,743. The primary mode of travel to the island is by automobile via F.J. Torras Causeway. Malcolm McKinnon Airport (IATA: SSI) serves general aviation on the island. Show on map
Tybee IslandTybee Island is a barrier island in Chatham County, Georgia, near Savannah in the southeastern United States. The name Tybee Island is also used for the city located on part of this island. The island is the easternmost point in the state of Georgia. The famous phrase \"From Rabun Gap to Tybee Light,\" meant to illustrate the geographic diversity of Georgia, contrasts a mountain pass near the state's northernmost point with the coastal island's famous lighthouse. As of the 2010 census, the city's population was 2,990. The entire island is a part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
BrunswickBrunswick /ˈbrʌnzwɪk/ is a city in and the county seat of Glynn County, Georgia, United States. As the major urban and economic center of the state's lower southeast, it is the second-largest urban area on the Georgia coast after Savannah and contains the Brunswick Old Town Historic District. Show on map
CampbelltonLocation of Campbellton, Georgia Campbellton is an unincorporated community in southwestern Fulton County, Georgia, that lies along the banks of the Chattahoochee River. The area prior to white settlement was populated by the Creek Indians. Campbellton was settled by several families. The Beavers Family owned and farmed a large portion of the area on both sides of the Chattahoochee River. The main house, built by the Beavers' is a Greek Style farmhouse, and sits across the road from the original Campbell County courthouse and town square. In 1920, W. F. Lee purchased the Beavers Home along with 350 acres (1.4 km2) of rich, river farmland, and the Lees farmed it up until the late 1970s. The children of W. H. Lee numbered seven, and owned part of the original tract through the 1990s, with W. Show on map
FlintstoneFlintstone is an unincorporated community in Walker County, Georgia, United States. Located in northwestern Georgia, Flintstone lies approximately 12 miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee, 120 miles northwest of Atlanta, 135 miles southeast of Nashville, Tennessee, and 150 miles northeast of Birmingham, Alabama. Although Flintstone is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 30725; the ZCTA for ZIP Code 30725 had a population of 3,456 at the 2000 census. The former main line of the now abandoned Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia Railroad traverses Flintstone. . Show on map
OakhurstOakhurst is a historic neighborhood in the southwest corner of Decatur, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. It is located south of downtown Decatur and approximately six miles east of downtown Atlanta. Oakhurst primarily consists of residences built in early 20th Century and neighborhood businesses. It is roughly bounded by the City of Atlanta's Kirkwood neighborhood (west of Winter Ave.) on the west ; the Atlanta city limits (Northern St. & Pharr Rd.) on the south; West College Ave. (and the railroad tracks paralleling West College Avenue) on the north; and South McDonough St. on the east. There is also a neighborhood near the College Heights Early Learning Center (roughly centered on South McDonough St. & Lenore St.) referred to as \"College Heights\", but it is part of Historic Oakhurs Show on map
SavannahSavannah (/səˈvænə/) is the oldest city in the U.S. state of Georgia and is the county seat of Chatham County. Established in 1733 on the Savannah River, the city of Savannah became the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. A strategic port city in the American Revolution and during the American Civil War, Savannah is today an industrial center and an important Atlantic seaport. It is Georgia's fifth-largest city and third-largest metropolitan area. Show on map
KelleytownKelleytown is an unincorporated community in Henry County, Georgia, United States. Kelleytown is within the postal limits of McDonough, GA and as such, most residents list McDonough as their city. The community is located just eight miles (13 km) northeast of the historic downtown McDonough Square. The community has produced many prominent Henry Countians including Congressmen, a mayor, commissioners, judges, attorneys, politicians, educators, and many professional, highly respected businessmen and women. Show on map
LouisvilleLouisville is a city in Jefferson County, Georgia, United States. It was an early capital of Georgia and is the county seat of Jefferson County. It is located southwest of Augusta on the Ogeechee River, and its population was 2,712 at the 2000 census. Though the name is of French origin, it is pronounced \"Lewis-ville.\" The city of Louisville served as the state capital of Georgia from 1796 to 1806. The Jefferson County courthouse, built in 1904, stands on the site of Georgia's first permanent capitol building. Show on map
ClarkdaleClarkdale is a small community west-northwest of Atlanta, Georgia in southwestern Cobb County, between Powder Springs and Austell. It is the hometown of Novelty and Country singer Ray Stevens. Clarkdale is an industrial mill village built in 1932 to support a spinning mill of the Clark Thread Company. Both the mill and the neighborhood, consisting of 98 dwellings (a mixture of single-family and duplex floorplans), were designed by North Carolina architect Joseph Emory Sirrine. The neighborhood boasted many modern conveniences for the time, such as electricity and indoor plumbing. Additionally, residents enjoyed a public swimming pool, a community house for public functions, and a mill-sponsored baseball team. As the mill thrived, the community fostered the growth of several local business, Show on map
AtlantaAtlanta is the capital of and the most populous city in the U.S. state of Georgia, with an estimated 2015 population of 463,878. Atlanta is the cultural and economic center of the Atlanta metropolitan area, home to 5,522,942 people and the ninth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Atlanta is the county seat of Fulton County, and a small portion of the city extends eastward into DeKalb County. Show on map
MaconMacon /ˈmeɪkən/ (officially Macon–Bibb County) is a city located in the state of Georgia, United States. Macon lies near the geographic center of the state, approximately 85 miles (137 km) south of Atlanta, hence the city's nickname \"the Heart of Georgia.\" In a 2012 referendum, voters approved the consolidation of Macon and Bibb County, and Macon became Georgia's fourth-largest city (just after Augusta). The two governments officially merged on January 1, 2014. Show on map
Fort BenningFort Benning is a United States Army base straddling the Alabama-Georgia border next to Columbus, Georgia. Fort Benning supports more than 120,000 active-duty military, family members, reserve component soldiers, retirees, and civilian employees on a daily basis. It is a power projection platform, and possesses the capability to deploy combat-ready forces by air, rail, and highway. Fort Benning is the home of the United States Army Maneuver Center of Excellence, the United States Army Armor School, United States Army Infantry School, the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (formerly known as the School of the Americas), elements of the 75th Ranger Regiment, 3rd Brigade – 3rd Infantry Division, and many other additional tenant units. Military personnel in Fort Benning have Show on map
Pine LakePine Lake is the smallest city in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 730 at the 2010 census. Pine Lake is one of the most eclectic cities in the state, including among its residents a number of locally, regionally and nationally known artists in the fields of music (Rick Price of the Georgia Satellites, Elise Witt), fine art (Richard Cecil), sculpture, poetry (Alice Teeter) and prose and other disciplines. The city has been described as one of the most neighborly of cities—new residents are often told that when someone says, \"Let me know what I can do to help,\" in Pine Lake, that's not an empty statement (Atlanta Magazine; Creative Loafing). The city was reported in Atlanta Magazine's (April 2003) \"Best Places to Call Home.\" Show on map
EldorendoEldorendo is a small unincorporated community located in Decatur County in southwest Georgia, USA. Eldorendo is generally located on U.S. Route 27 and Georgia State Route 1 about halfway between the cities of Colquitt and Bainbridge. Some of the major roads in the Eldorendo area are Old Eldorendo Road, Brinson Airbase Road, Donaldson Road and Church Street. Due to Eldorendo being unincorporated, it has no formally recognized government or city council or any public utilities system. Even though Eldorendo is a small unincorporated community, it is covered by three zip codes: 39825, Brinson; 39817, Bainbridge; and 39837, Colquitt. Show on map
BatesvilleBatesville is a mountain community situated at the intersection of modern Georgia State Route 197 and 255 in the Northeast Georgia mountains of Habersham County in the United States. Located at an elevation of 1706 feet above mean sea level, the climate in Batesville is pleasant in summer with occasional snow in the winter. Owing to the wide disparity of winter weather conditions in Habersham County, many public school students have a special affinity in their hearts for the tiny community. Often winter weather that makes Batesville's roads hazardous due to ice and snow delivers a sunny day's respite to students in the much milder southern portions of the county due to the county's single unified school district. A celebration of the local community's heritage and history is held in Octobe Show on map
New HopeNew Hope is an unincorporated community in Paulding County, Georgia. Once considered a rural destination, New Hope is now an exurb of Atlanta, located at the crossroads of Dallas-Acworth Highway and East Paulding Drive/Old Cartersville Road. The community began to develop in the late 1990s and flourished in the early 2000s, especially with the development of the Riverwood, Bentwater, and SevenHills communities. As one of the fastest-growing communities in one of the nation's fastest-growing counties, New Hope was hit hard by the housing bust of the late 2000s. As a result, lots once slated for half-million dollar homes lie vacant, newly paved streets have no destination, and newly built homes remain unsold and shuttered. Show on map
Stevens CrossingStevens Crossing, Georgia, is a small rural community in northeastern Emanuel County, approximately 2 miles north of Summertown, Georgia, and 3 miles south of the Ogeechee River at Midville, Georgia, along Georgia Highway 56.The community of Stevens Crossing was named after the junction of the Midland Railway (Georgia) with the Georgia and Florida Railroad (1926–63) mainline that was constructed on the land of Ben B. Stevens in the early 1900s . A United States Post Office at Stevens Crossing , and a Georgia & Florida depot at Stevens Crossing began operations in 1914, as did the Sutton and Stevens saw mill.The post office ceased operations in March 1939; the Stevens Crossing to Statesboro line was abandoned in 1950 , and the depot and the old Midland Railway tracks removed several years l Show on map
Radium SpringsRadium Springs is an unincorporated community located on the southeast outskirts of Albany in Dougherty County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Albany, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Radium Springs is best known as the location of one of the \"Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia\": the largest natural spring in the state. The deep blue waters of Radium Springs flow at 70,000 gallons (265,000 liters) per minute and empty into the Flint River. There is also an extensive underwater cavern system. Show on map
Richmond HillRichmond Hill is a city in Bryan County, Georgia, United States. James Oglethorpe, only a year after the founding of the Georgia colony at Savannah, awarded grants of land on the Ogeechee River in 1734. Once known as St. Phillips Parish, Bryan County was established in 1793. On February 1, 1797 the Bryan County justices valued 2 acres (0.81 ha) at the Cross Roads for $24 for the purpose of establishing a permanent county seat in courthouse. Cross Roads was the intersection of the Savannah-Darien Stage Road (current US 17) and the Bryan Neck Road (current GA Hwy 144). The Cross Roads became Ways Station in 1856 when the Savannah, Albany & Gulf R.R. was built across the nearby Ogeechee River into Bryan County. Near this site a train depot was built, which came to be known as “Ways No. 1 ½” f Show on map
SuchesSuches is an Unincorporated community in Union County, Georgia, United States. With an elevation approaching 3,000 feet, Suches describes itself as \"The Valley Above The Clouds\"' and is one of the highest-elevation communities in the state. It is the birthplace of Arthur Woody, a forest ranger who was a key figure in the early history of Chattahoochee National Forest. Suches is about a mile from the Appalachian Trail (AT) as it goes through Woody Gap. Hikers are seen in town especially in the spring, picking up mail at the local post office and supplies at the general store. Show on map
Hickory FlatHickory Flat is an unincorporated community in southeastern Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. The center of the community is marked by a four-way stoplight at the intersection of Georgia State Route 140 and East Cherokee Drive. Once a sparse town with more land per acre than people per square mile, this quiet community has begun to embrace the urban sprawl. All new homes have a minimum of 2 acres (0.81 ha). Since 2007 new home and commercial builders have taken to the area, even today (2015) retail space continues to be constructed to keep up with the fast-growing population. Show on map
MadisonMadison is a city in Morgan County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke-Sandy Springs Combined Statistical Area. The population was 3,636 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Morgan County and the site of the Morgan County Courthouse. The Historic District of Madison is one of the largest in the state. Many of the nearly 100 antebellum homes have been carefully restored. Bonar Hall is one of the first of the grand-style homes built in Madison during the town's cotton-boom heyday between 1840-60. Show on map
Chattahoochee PlantationChattahoochee Plantation is an area of east-southeastern Cobb County, Georgia, which was incorporated as a city in 1961 as a legislated boundary to prevent the city of Atlanta from annexing into Cobb County. Despite this, it never organized a city government, and its city charter was revoked along with dozens of others in 1995. The \"city\" was only ten feet wide and approximately seven miles long. Show on map
LuxomniLuxomni (Latin, meaning \"light [for] all\") was a small community between central and southwestern Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States on a railroad line just east-northeast of Lilburn. It was founded in 1891 around a rail depot, on the line to Lawrenceville, the county seat. The town has largely been absorbed into Lilburn and greater Gwinnett County, and is no longer part of the local vernacular. Luxomni Road continues to be its primary identifier. According to the USGS GNIS, Luxomni was centered at 33°53′46″N 84°06′59″W / 33.896215°N 84.116304°W. Show on map
ColumbusColumbus is a city in the U.S. state of Georgia and the county seat of Muscogee County, with which it is consolidated. According to the 2013 estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, Columbus has a population of 202,824 residents, with 316,554 in the greater Columbus-Phenix City metropolitan area. The metro area joins the nearby Alabama cities of Auburn and Opelika to form the Columbus-Auburn-Opelika Combined Statistical Area, which has an estimated population of 501,649. Columbus is directly to the east across the Chattahoochee River from Phenix City, Alabama. Situated at the heart of the Chattahoochee Valley, Columbus is Georgia's second-largest city and fourth-largest metropolitan area. Show on map
KellerKeller is a small unincorporated community located in southern Bryan County, Georgia, United States, east of Richmond Hill. Its boundaries are ill-defined, but the community could be said to be centered on the intersection of S.R. 144 and Belfast-Keller Road. Currently the area, like all of South Bryan, is an unincorporated community of extensive residential development with a number of planned neighborhoods. However, Keller also has a significant historical aspect. It is near Fort McAllister Historic Park, an earthen Civil War installation captured by General William Sherman on his March to the Sea. Bryan Neck Presbyterian Church, established in 1839 and rebuilt in 1885, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is located on Belfast-Keller Road about a mile from the S.R. Show on map
Lithia SpringsLithia Springs is a census-designated place and unincorporated area, formerly incorporated as a city, located in northeastern Douglas County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the community had a population of 15,491. The area is named for its historic \"lithia\" mineral water springs. Incorporated in 1882, Lithia Springs was dissolved the first time in 1933. Lithia Springs became incorporated again in 1994, to be Douglas County's second completely internal municipality, but disincorporated again in 2001. Lithia Springs is assigned the United States Postal Service zip code of 30122. Show on map
PaynePayne, more commonly known as Payne City, was a small city in Bibb County, Georgia, United States. It was an enclave completely surrounded by the city of Macon, and was the only other incorporated area in the county. The population was 218 at the 2010 census. Show on map
AthensAthens (formally known as Athens-Clarke County) is a consolidated city–county in the U.S. state of Georgia, in the northeastern part of the state, comprising the former city of Athens proper (the county seat) and Clarke County. The University of Georgia, the state's flagship public research university, is located in this college town, and contributed to its initial growth. In 1991, after a vote the preceding year, the original city abandoned its charter to form a unified government with Clarke County, referred to jointly as Athens-Clarke County. As of the 2010 census, the consolidated city-county (including all of Athens-Clarke County except Winterville and a portion of Bogart) had a total population of 115,452; all of Clarke County had a population of 116,714. Athens is the sixth-largest@en . Show on map
TateTate is an unincorporated community in Pickens County, Georgia, United States. The Georgia Marble Company and Tate Historic District in Tate is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic district is centered on GA 53 between GA 5 and Long Swamp Creek. Show on map
MilledgevilleMilledgeville is a city in and the county seat of Baldwin County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is northeast of Macon and bordered on the east by the Oconee River. The rapid current of the river here made this an attractive location to build a city. It was the capital of Georgia from 1804 to 1868, notably during the American Civil War. Milledgeville was preceded as the capital city by Louisville and was succeeded by Atlanta, the current capital. Today U.S. Highway 441 connects Milledgeville to Madison, Athens, and Dublin. Show on map
Moody A F BMoody Air Force Base (IATA: VAD, ICAO: KVAD, FAA LID: VAD) is a United States Air Force installation located in Lowndes County and Lanier County, about 9 miles (14 km) northeast of Valdosta, Georgia, United States. The host unit, the 23d Wing, carries out worldwide close air support, force protection, and combat search and rescue operations (CSAR). Also located at the base is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide: Moody Campus. Show on map
CrabappleCentered today at the crossroads of Georgia Highways 140 and 372 (also known as \"the Silos area\"), Crabapple, Georgia, is one of the oldest parts of Fulton County, Georgia. Originally part of Cherokee County, Georgia, (created 1832), Crabapple was part of the land contributed in 1857 to form Milton County, Georgia. As a result of the Great Depression, Milton County was later absorbed into Fulton County in 1932. The historic heart of Crabapple is anchored by an historic brick building at the crossroads of Crabapple Road-Mayfield Road, Birmingham Road-Broadwell Road, and Mid-Broadwell Road. In 2006, a portion of Crabapple was one of several communities incorporated into the new city of Milton; historic Crabapple is now split between the cities of Milton, Roswell, and Alpharetta. Show on map
AdamsvilleAdamsville is a predominantly African-American neighborhood on the west side of Atlanta, Georgia. It is located where Interstate 20 and Interstate 285 meet on the west side. The entertainers Killer Mike, Bone Crusher, and Stevie-the-Steve-Man Corby came from Adamsville. The skating rink \"Cascades\" in the movie ATL is located in Adamsville. The new Adamsville Natatorium and Gymnasium was built on 9.42 acres (38,100 m2) of land. The recreation center also includes racquetball courts, offices, meeting space, a parking lot for 185 cars and a quarter-mile-long (400 m) walking trail circling the site. Show on map
DahlonegaThe city of Dahlonega is the county seat of Lumpkin County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 5,242. Dahlonega is located at the north end of Georgia 400, which connects Atlanta to many suburbs to the north. It is consistently named as a best place to retire by many different publications due to its low cost of living, vibrant activities, continuing education for seniors, festivals, and beautiful setting. Dahlonega is home to a campus of the University of North Georgia. Show on map
SutalleeSutallee is an unincorporated community in western Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. Located about two miles northwest of current-day Lake Allatoona, it is one of the county's earliest white settlements. It is believed that former Georgia Governor and U.S. Senator Joseph E. Brown maintained a farm in the area, on lowlands near the Etowah River (now Lake Allatoona), and was there harvesting wheat when told of the surprising news that he had been nominated for governor. Sutallee derives its unique name, which is often spelled \"Sutalee\" or \"Suttallee\", from an old Cherokee village that was located near the Etowah River named \"Sutali\" — the Cherokee word for the number six. Sixes, a community that sits on the eastern side of Lake Allatoona, also derives its name from this Native America Show on map
Capitol ViewCapitol View is an inner-city neighborhood a 2.5 miles from downtown Atlanta, Georgia that was named for its excellent view of the Georgia State Capitol building. Its boundaries include Metropolitan Parkway to the east, Lee Street to the west, and the Beltline to the north. On the south, the border follows Arden Street, Deckner Avenue, and Perkerson Park. Its central location is only minutes away from Atlanta Downtown Atlanta, Midtown Atlanta, Buckhead, College Park, East Point, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and major highways and interstates such as the Downtown Connector/I-75/I-85, I-20, and Metropolitan Parkway. Show on map
WashingtonWashington (originally called Heard's Fort) is a city in Wilkes County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,295 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Wilkes County. The city is often referred to as Washington-Wilkes by locals, distinguishing it from any other Washington in the United States. Also on the list are The Washington-Wilkes Historical Museum, and the recently restored historic Fitzpatrick Hotel, built in 1898. Show on map
WhitesburgWhitesburg is a town in Carroll County, Georgia, United States. The population was 596 at the 2000 census. The McIntosh Reserve here is the former plantation of Chief William McIntosh, a prominent leader of the Lower Towns of the Creek Confederacy. He was executed at his home in 1825 on order of the National Council of the Creek Nation for having negotiated and signed the Treaty of Indian Springs that year, which ceded most of the Creek territory in Georgia and Alabama to the United States. The Creek National Council negotiated a new treaty with the United States the next year to gain a more favorable settlement, but most of the Creek were removed to Indian Territory in the 1820s and 1830s. Show on map
JulietteJuliette is an unincorporated community in Monroe County, Georgia, United States. The community is part of the Macon Metropolitan Statistical Area. Named for Juliette McCracken, daughter of a railroad engineer, the town formed with the merging of Brownsville and Iceberg. The film Fried Green Tomatoes was filmed there, and the town has been the focal point of three popular Southern humor books. After the filming of Fried Green Tomatoes, the sets used for the town's main street were renovated into a tourist district, complete with a fully operational \"Whistle Stop Cafe\". Show on map
Fair OaksFair Oaks is a census-designated place (CDP) in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 8,225 at the 2010 census. Fair Oaks lies just outside the city limits of Smyrna, Georgia and Marietta, Georgia, and the area uses \"Smyrna\" or \"Marietta\" for its mailing addresses. Except for actual residents of Fair Oaks, very few locals even know it exists as a separately-counted area. The name is also rarely used by local businesses, even in the immediate area. Mableton and Vinings, the only other CDPs in the county, are far better known. Show on map
CochranCochran is a city in Bleckley County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 5,150. The city is the county seat of Bleckley County. Cochran is named for Judge Arthur E. Cochran and was incorporated on March 19, 1869. Judge Cochran was largely instrumental in developing this section of Georgia through his work as president of the Macon & Brunswick Railroad, now the Southern Railway. Once known as Dykesboro, Cochran was settled by B. B. Dykes, who owned the site on which the town is built. The earliest settlers located here to work in the turpentine industry. Show on map
East EllijayEast Ellijay is a city in Gilmer County, Georgia, United States. The population was 546 at the 2010 census, down from 707 in 2000. As its name suggests, it is just east of Ellijay, Georgia, the site of a Cherokee settlement, one of several with the name. In Cherokee the name is properly rendered \"Elatseyi\" (abbreviated to \"Elatse\"), which can be translated as \"green verdant earth\", suggesting fresh-springing vegetation. It was variously spelled Ellijay, Elejoy, and Allagae. In addition to the Cherokee town in Georgia, there were Cherokee towns of this name on, one, the Keowee River in South Carolina, two, on the Little Tennessee River at Ellijay Creek, and three, on Ellejoy Creek of the Little River near present-day Maryville, Tennessee. Show on map
HamptonHampton is a city in southwestern Henry County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 6,987. Census Estimates for 2005 show a population of 4,743. Hampton mailing addresses also dip into eastern Clayton County and northern Spalding County. It is a Southeastern Suburb in the Atlanta Metropolitan area. Show on map
Starrs MillStarrs Mill is an unincorporated community in Fayette County, Georgia, United States. It is centered at Georgia State Route 85 and Georgia State Route 74. It formed around a grist mill of the same name. A historic marker in the community reads: Show on map
White BluffWhite Bluff was a collection of communities—Nicholsonboro, Rose Dhu, Twin Hill, and Cedar Grove—located in Chatham County, Georgia, United States and now part of Savannah. In 1940, as part of research published in Drums and Shadows: Survival Studies Among the Georgia Coastal Negroes, the total population was estimated at 400. The communities were centered on White Bluff Road, eight miles southeast of Savannah. Show on map
Free HomeFree Home is an unincorporated community in the eastern part of Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. Centered at the intersection of state highways 20 and 372, the rural community has seen moderate suburbanization of the area since the late 1990s. It is home to Free Home Elementary School. The community is home to a Publix Supermarket center, which has a few stores/restaurants. There is also a Tractor Supply Co. that was recently completed in September 2011. Show on map
Saint GeorgeSaint George, an unincorporated community located in the \"Georgia Bend\" of the St. Mary's River, is the southernmost town in Georgia. It is in Charlton County, south of Folkston. In 2010, the population of the St. George census county division (CCD) was 2,841. Most of this population is in the town of St. George, but the figure also includes rural areas not recognized by the Census Bureau, including communities like Moniac. St. George has two grocery stores, Canadays and Rooks. St. George is the southernmost town in Georgia, and has the state's southernmost school and post office. Show on map
AugustaAugusta–Richmond County US /ə.ˈɡʌs.tə/ is a consolidated city-county on the central eastern border of the U.S. state of Georgia, and located at the fall line of the Savannah River, at the head of its navigable portion. It is in the piedmont section of the state. The city was named after Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha (1719–1772). According to 2012 US Census estimates, the Augusta–Richmond County population was 197,872, not counting the unconsolidated cities of Hephzibah and Blythe. Show on map
MabletonMableton is a census-designated place in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, Mableton had a population of 37,115. When Brookhaven became a city in December 2012, Mableton became the largest unincorporated community in Metro Atlanta. Roy Barnes, governor of Georgia from 1999 to 2003, is from Mableton. Show on map
GroovervilleGroovervile is an unincorporated community in Brooks County, Georgia, United States. It was once known as Key and was located at the crossing of the Thomasville and Madison and Sharpe's Store Road, which was in Thomas County prior to the creation of Brooks County from Lowndes and Thomas County in 1858. Grooverville Methodist Church and Liberty Baptist Church, the later listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013, are located in the area. Show on map
IrwinvilleIrwinville is an unincorporated community in Irwin County, Georgia, United States. Irwinville was founded as Irwinsville in 1831 as seat for the newly formed Irwin County. The community was named for Georgia governor Jared Irwin. It was renamed to Irwinville (without the S) when it was incorporated as a town in 1857. In 1907, the seat of Irwin County was transferred from Irwinville to Ocilla. Show on map
StatesboroStatesboro is the largest city and county seat of Bulloch County, Georgia, United States, located in Southeast Georgia. A college town, Statesboro is best known as the home of Georgia Southern University, a Carnegie Doctoral-Research University. As of 2015, the Statesboro Micropolitan Statistical Area, which consists of Bulloch County, had an estimated population of 72,651. The City itself had a population of 28,422 in the 2010 census. The City had an estimated 2015 population of 30,721. Show on map
MacedoniaMacedonia is an unincorporated community along Georgia Highway 20 in eastern Cherokee County, Georgia, United States approximately 6 miles east of the county seat, Canton, Georgia. The center of Macedonia is approximately 45 miles north of Atlanta via I-75 / I-575 or 35 miles via Georgia 400. Straight-line distance indicates mileage of 31 miles from the center of downtown Atlanta. Show on map
DaltonDalton is a city in Whitfield County, Georgia, United States. It is the county seat of Whitfield County and the principal city of the Dalton, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Murray and Whitfield counties. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 33,128, with the total metropolitan area having a population of 142,227. Dalton is located just off Interstate 75 in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in northwest Georgia and is the second largest city in northwest Georgia, after Rome. Show on map
OrangeOrange, (Cherokee) Georgia was an unincorporated community located in western Cherokee County between the communities of Macedonia and Lathemtown in the U.S. state of Georgia. Orange was the second community in Cherokee County upon the county's inception in 1832. This community was at its height during the later portion of the 18th century due to its location on the main highway into Forsyth County. It had a post office, a general store, and Orange United Methodist, one of the first churches in Cherokee. In 1909, the church moved 3 miles east into the community of Lathemtown, where a new general store had opened three years before. Soon, the general store and post office in Orange would close. Today, the Orange community no longer exists as the younger communities of Macedonia and Lathemto Show on map
ApplingAppling is an unincorporated community in and the county seat of Columbia County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Augusta metropolitan area. Appling was formerly a city but, with the 1993 passage of legislation requiring cities to provide at least three municipal services, Appling was not able to remain incorporated. It was one of 187 inactive cities in Georgia that lost its charter on 1 June 1995. There was question as to whether it had ever been incorporated at all since it had no functioning corporate authorities. Show on map
AllatoonaAllatoona was a town located in extreme southeastern Bartow County, Georgia. The population is estimated to be around 1,000 people. Built along Allatoona Creek, it was a gold mining area later in the first U.S. gold rush, which occurred in Georgia and North Carolina. Reaching its height in the 1840s, the Georgia Gold Rush continued into the 1850s even while the second gold rush was occurring in California. (Gold was also mined in nearby Woodstock.) The Battle of Allatoona Pass took place here just after the fall of Atlanta in 1864. Show on map
LakelandLakeland is a city in Lanier County, Georgia, United States. The city is the county seat of Lanier County. It is part of the Valdosta, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 2,730 at the 2000 census. Originally called Alapaha and then Milltown or Mill Town, Lakeland received its current name in 1925 in honor of its proximity to Grand Bay Lake, Lake Erma, and Banks Lake. For many years, Lakeland owned and operated its own railroad. Show on map
BaldwinBaldwin is a city in Banks and Habersham counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 3,279. Baldwin is located on U.S. Route 441 just south of Georgia State Route 365. Baldwin sits astride the Eastern Continental Divide, which separates waters flowing southeastward toward the Savannah River and the Atlantic Ocean from waters flowing southwestward toward the Chattahoochee River and the Gulf of Mexico. City Hall sits in Habersham County. Baldwin borders the bigger city of Cornelia, which has the Habersham Chamber of Commerce. Nearby in Demorest is Piedmont College. Also nearby is Lake Russell, a recreation area in Chattahoochee National Forest. The Habersham County airport is in Baldwin. The biggest employer is Fieldale Corporation, a large chic Show on map
TenngaTennga is a small unincorporated community in Murray County, Georgia, United States, along U.S. Route 411 near the Tennessee border. The community's name is unique, being a portmanteau of the \"Tenn.\" and \"Ga.\" abbreviations used prior to USPS-standard state codes. Tennga is located at 34°59′14″N 84°44′18″W / 34.98718°N 84.73842°W, at an elevation of 887 feet (270 m) above sea level. The area is served by Rostex Airport, which has a single paved runway. Show on map
ChicopeeChicopee, Georgia is a mill village located approximately 4 miles south of Gainesville, Georgia, and is in Hall County, Georgia. Chicopee was designed in 1925 by Earle Sumner Draper for the Chicopee Manufacturing Corporation, a subsidiary of The Johnson and Johnson Company. It was his last mill town project and his most successful. Construction started in 1927 and the village consisted of 217 homes, a company store, medical office, and the mill across the street. The mill is the earliest example of a large single story textile plant built in the South. Show on map
Sky ValleySky Valley is a town in Rabun County, Georgia, United States and is nestled in a scenic mountain valley on the northwest slopes of Rabun Bald, Georgia's second-highest peak. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 250. Show on map
MoniacMoniac is an unincorporated community situated along the St. Marys River, in southern Charlton County in the U.S. state of Georgia. Part of the \"Georgia Bend\" (the \"tail\" of Georgia that sticks further south than the rest of the state), the area was an early trading post in the 1820s as the last outpost before crossing into the Florida territory. To protect the settlement from Indian Raids, a fort was built across the St. Marys from the settlement in 1838. The settlement's name comes from an Indian chief whose entrance trail to the Okefenokee Swamp passed near by. The fort was dismantled in 1858. Show on map
HaddockHaddock (also known as Haddocks Station) is an unincorporated community in Jones County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 22, to the east of the city of Gray, the county seat of Jones County. Its elevation is 499 feet (152 m). Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code 31033. Show on map
StephensStephens is an unincorporated community in Oglethorpe County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the ZIP Code Tabulation Area for Stephens' post office had a population of 1035. The community of Stephens (including its post office) is located along State Route 77 between Maxeys and Lexington, at the intersection of Salem Road, which heads east through some rural and low-density residential areas and eventually on to State Route 22. Not much evidence is left at the heart of the community, as the railroad that once ran along State Route 77 from Athens to Union Point was pulled up in 2000, and all that stands are a few abandoned buildings including a recently closed convenience store. The community's ZIP code still includes most areas in southern Oglethorpe County, however. Show on map
TiftonTifton is a city in Tift County, Georgia, United States. The population was 16,869 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Tift County. The area's public schools are administered by the Tift County School District, including two high schools. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has its main campus in Tifton. Southern Regional Technical College and the University of Georgia also have Tifton campuses. Show on map
Jekyll IslandJekyll Island is located off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia, in Glynn County. It is one of the Sea Islands and one of the Golden Isles of Georgia, all barrier islands. The city of Brunswick, Georgia, the Marshes of Glynn, and several other islands, including the larger St. Simons Island, are close by. Show on map
GeorgetownGeorgetown is a census-designated place (CDP) in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 11,823 at the 2010 census. Georgetown lies across the Little Ogeechee River (and city limits) from Savannah, Georgia, and is a suburban \"bedroom community\" of Savannah, where most of its adult residents work. It is part of the Savannah, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
LithoniaLithonia is a city in eastern DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The city's population was 1,924 at the 2010 census. Lithonia is in the Atlanta metropolitan area. \"Lithonia\" means \"city/town of stone\". Lithonia is in the heart of the Georgian granite-quarrying and viewing region, hence the name of the town, from the Greek λίθος lithos, for stone. The huge nearby granite dome, Stone Mountain, is composed largely of a rock called Lithonia gneiss, a form of granite. The area has a history of rock quarries. The mines were served by the Georgia Railroad and Atlanta, Stone Mountain & Lithonia Railway. Some of the rock quarries have been converted to parkland and the railines to rail-trail. Show on map
DuluthDuluth is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia and developed suburb of Atlanta.As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 26,600. Duluth is close to Interstate 85. It is home to Gwinnett Place Mall, Gwinnett Civic and Cultural Center, Infinite Energy Arena, Hudgens Center for the Arts and Red Clay Theater. It is also home to Gwinnett Medical Center – Duluth, an 81-bed hospital constructed in 2006, as well as GMC's Glancy Campus, a 30-bed facility located near downtown. Nearby attractions include Stone Mountain and Lake Lanier. The agricultural manufacturer AGCO is based in Duluth. Show on map
CassvilleCassville is an unincorporated community in Bartow County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It was originally the county seat before the name was changed from Cass County. The seat was moved to Cartersville after General Sherman destroyed Cassville in his Atlanta Campaign of 1864. Other points of interest include the Cassville History Museum, Cassville Visitors Information, and Cassville Confederate Cemetery, located on Cass-White Road. Show on map
Bibb CityBibb City is a former company town in Muscogee County, Georgia, in the United States. At the 2000 census, it had a total population of 510. It was incorporated in 1909 as a city surrounding—and managed by—the Bibb Manufacturing Company, which operated a textile mill there. After the mill closed in 1998, the city dissolved its charter on December 7, 2000, lacking funding to continue city operations. Show on map
Fort StewartFort Stewart is a census-designated place and United States Army post in the U.S. state of Georgia, primarily in Liberty County and Bryan County, but also extending into smaller portions of Evans, Long, and Tattnall Counties. The population was 11,205 at the 2000 census. The nearby principal city of Hinesville and Fort Stewart together comprise the Hinesville-Fort Stewart metropolitan statistical area which comprises all of Liberty County. Fort Stewart's main residents are members of the 3rd Infantry Division. This includes land that was formerly the town of Clyde, Georgia. Show on map
BeaulieuBeaulieu (local /ˈbjuːliː/ BEW-lee) is an unincorporated community located about 12 miles south of downtown Savannah, Georgia, USA. Beaulieu began in the nineteenth century as a summer resort for well-heeled Savannahians. A few old homes remain, but most current structures are more modern. The village still retains a Deep South atmosphere, with big live oaks covered with Spanish moss. Show on map
Chattahoochee HillsChattahoochee Hills (formerly Chattahoochee Hill Country) is a city in southern Fulton County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 2,378 living in an area of just over 32,000 acres (130 km2). It is the incorporated part of a region called \"Chattahoochee Hill Country\", an area encompassing approximately 60,000 acres (240 km2) southwest of Atlanta, bordered on the northwest side by the Chattahoochee River. Unlike the rest of metro Atlanta, it is still relatively undeveloped, and most of its rural character remains unchanged. The majority of the wider area comprises the west-southwest part of southern Fulton, and smaller adjacent parts of southern Douglas, eastern Carroll, and northern Coweta counties. Show on map
ChestateeChestatee is a small unincorporated community in northeastern Forsyth County, Georgia, due west of the confluence of the Chestatee River into the Chattahoochee River. Originally a Cherokee settlement, it was called Atsunsta Ti Yi. The Vann Ferry, owned by Cherokee Indian Chief Vann, is just east of Chestatee, on the road to Gainesville, Georgia. Show on map
Fort GordonFort Gordon, formerly known as Camp Gordon, is a United States Army installation established in 1917. It is the current home of the United States Army Signal Corps and Cyber Center of Excellence and was once the home of The Provost Marshal General School. The fort is located next to Augusta, Georgia to the southwest of the city. The main component of the post is the Advanced Individual Training for Signal Corps military occupational specialities. In 1966–68 the Army's Signal Officer Candidate School (located at Fort Monmouth during World War II and the Korean War) graduated over 2,200 Signal officers. Signals Intelligence has become more visible and comprises more and more of the fort's duties. Show on map
VernonburgVernonburg is a town in Chatham County, Georgia, about 10 miles south of downtown Savannah. It is located at a sharp curve along the Vernon River, a tidal creek. The population was 122 at the 2010 census. Vernonburg was first settled by German craftsmen in the mid-18th century (hence the German suffix -burg), and was incorporated in 1748. By the early 19th century, the town was becoming a summer community for wealthy Savannahians. Then as now, it was linked to downtown Savannah by White Bluff Road, the 19th-century extension of Bull Street. Today Vernonburg is an attractive residential village with large homes and beautiful landscaped gardens. Show on map
Pin PointPin Point is an unincorporated community in Chatham County, Georgia, in the United States; it is located 18 km (11 mi) southeast of Savannah, Georgia. Pin Point is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town is best known as the birthplace of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on June 23, 1948. A rural settlement founded by freed slaves after the American Civil War, Pin Point is 1.6 km (0.99 mi) wide and 2.5 km (1.6 mi) long. Pin Point is a small, predominantly African American community that has a well-established group of Gullah speakers. Show on map
KnoxvilleKnoxville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Crawford County, Georgia, United States. It is the Crawford County seat. The community is part of the Macon Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, Knoxville had a population of 69. Knoxville was founded in 1823 as seat of the newly formed Crawford County. It was incorporated as a town in 1825. The former city's municipal charter was dissolved in 1995 pursuant to a Georgia law which abolished city governments which were defunct or minimally operative. Show on map
Berkeley LakeBerkeley Lake is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. From its 1956 origins as a summer retreat, Berkeley Lake has grown into a thriving community centered on its 88-acre (360,000 m2) namesake lake. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 1,574. According to the 2000 census, Berkeley Lake is the most affluent community Georgia; its 1,695 residents have the highest median household income at $109,401, the highest median number of rooms per house at 8½, and the highest median monthly house payment at $2,152. The city is also known for being an environmentally progressive city, a bird and wildlife sanctuary, and has been named Tree City USA for the past eight years. Show on map
RydalRydal is in Bartow County, Georgia, United States also as known as Pine Log, Georgia. It is thirteen miles north of Cartersville.This still predominantly rural area is unincorporated and includes the historic town of Pine Log. The Pine Log post office is open today and the town and the surrounding area is now frequently referred to as Rydal. In 2000 the population of the greater Rydal area was 2,960. Several historic churches, homes and the Pine Log Elementary School still remain in the community. The community has experienced growth from the continuing outgrowth of Atlanta. Population has risen in the past years and since the 1990s several subdivisions and factories have been built in the area. Show on map
BlacksvilleBlacksville is an unincorporated community in Henry County, Georgia, United States. At the 2000 census it was recorded as a census-designated place (CDP), with a population of four. It was no longer a CDP at the 2010 census. Show on map
CentervilleCenterville is a city in Houston County, Georgia, United States. The city is a part of the larger Macon-Warner Robins Combined Statistical Area. It was incorporated March 25, 1958. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 7,148. The town along with many suburban areas in the United States is seeing unprecedented growth in population that has slowed in recent years. It used to be a bedroom community for the nearby growing city of Warner Robins. The town has been working to develop a type of downtown area in recent years though this has stalled somewhat since Councilman Jon Nichols who was spearheading the push was not re-elected in the city's most recent election in 2015. Show on map
ClarkstonClarkston is a city in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 7,554 as of the 2010 census. The city is home to a campus of Georgia State Universities Perimeter College. The city is noted for its ethnic diversity, and is often referred to as \"the most diverse square mile in America\" and \"the Ellis Island of the South.\" In the 1990s refugee resettlement programs identified Clarkston as a good fit for displaced persons of many backgrounds. The rental market was open, residents were moving farther out from the Atlanta urban core, and Clarkston was the last stop on a transit line into the city. By the 2000s the local high school had students from more than 50 countries; a local mosque had 800 worshipers; and by some estimates, half the population was from outside the U.S. Show on map
McDonoughMcDonough is a city in Henry County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. Its population was 22,084 at the 2010 census. Inclusion of the unincorporated neighborhoods surrounding McDonough, which are not part of a town/city, raises the population to approximately 30,000 from an estimate in 2008. The city is the county seat of Henry County. It is the home of AM radio station Classic Country 1410 WKKP and SCB-TV cable Channel 15 television station. Show on map
Skidaway IslandSkidaway Island is an exclusive census-designated place (CDP) in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 8,341 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is one of the most affluent communities in the United States. The island is well known for its waterfront properties and golf courses within The Landings, one of the largest gated communities in the country. Skidaway Island is home to the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, a research institution operated by the University of Georgia and used by scholars and researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Savannah State University and College of Coastal Georgia. Show on map
JonesboroJonesboro is a city in Clayton County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,724 as of the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Clayton County. The city's name was originally spelled Jonesborough. During the Civil War, the final skirmish in the Atlanta Campaign was fought here south of Atlanta, cutting off the city and forcing the mayor of Atlanta to surrender at Marietta in early September 1864. The final fall of Atlanta in the Battle of Jonesborough ended up being a decisive point in the nation's history, propelling Abraham Lincoln to re-election two months later, and continuing the war until the Confederacy finally surrendered the following year. Show on map
ByronByron is a city in Peach County, Georgia, United States. A small portion of the city extends into Houston County. The population was 2,887 at the 2000 census. The city is in the Macon metropolitan area. Show on map
Cumberland IslandCumberland Island is one of the Sea Islands of the southeastern United States and is the largest in terms of continuously exposed land. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia and is part of Camden County, Georgia (30°51′N, 81°27′W). Cumberland Island constitutes the westernmost point of shoreline on the Atlantic Ocean in the United States. The island is 17.5 miles (28.2 km) long, with an area of 36,415 acres (147.37 km2 or 56.25 square miles), including 16,850 acres (68.2 km2) of marsh, mudflats, and tidal creeks. There is no bridge to the island; most visitors reach the island by the Cumberland Ferry from St. Marys. Show on map
SealsSeals is an unincorporated location in Camden County in the state of Georgia in the United States of America. Its position is at 30°52′22″N 81°42′15″W / 30.87278°N 81.70417°W at an elevation of 21 feet. It is located at the point where the Old Jefferson Highway meets the railway line, just east of Floyd Hammock. It is shown on maps of the county between 1895 and 1955 as being about halfway between Woodbine and Kingsland, and can be seen on modern topographic maps. Seals is the present north end of the First Coast Railroad, leased from CSX Transportation in April 2005. Show on map
LudowiciLudowici (pronounced \"Loo'duh-wi'-see\") is a city in Long County, Georgia, United States. The population was 1,440 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Long County. It is a part of the Hinesville-Fort Stewart metropolitan statistical area. The town, which was originally called Johnston Station, had its beginnings in the 1840s when the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad established a stop referred to as \"Four and a Half\". The station was constructed across from the house of a landowner named Allen Johnston. Show on map
ValdostaValdosta is a city in and the county seat of Lowndes County, located on the southern border of Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 Census, Valdosta has a total population of 54,518, and is the 14th largest city in Georgia. Valdosta is the principal city of the Valdosta Metropolitan Statistical Area, which in 2010 had a population of 139,588. It includes part of Brooks County to the west. Valdosta is called the Azalea City, as the plant grows in profusion there. The city hosts an annual Azalea Festival in March. Show on map
GriffinGriffin is a city in and the county seat of Spalding County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 23,643. Griffin was founded in 1840 and named for landowner Col. Lewis Lawrence Griffin. Several notable people are from Griffin and the city has been filmed for several notable shows and movies. Show on map
MoultrieMoultrie is the county seat and largest city of Colquitt County, Georgia, in the United States. It is the third largest city in Southwest Georgia, behind Thomasville and Albany. As of the 2010 census, Moultrie's population was 14,268. It was originally known as Ochlockoney until it was incorporated by the Georgia General Assembly in 1859. Moultrie is an agricultural community set in the Southern Rivers part of Georgia. It is well known for its antique shops and has been styled \"The Antique Capital of South Georgia\". Moultrie is the home of Former US Senator Saxby Chambliss. Show on map
CedartownCedartown is a city in Polk County, Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 9,750. The city is the county seat of Polk County. Cedartown is the principal city of and is included in the Cedartown, Georgia Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Gainesville, Georgia-Alabama (part) Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
PoulanPoulan is a city in Worth County, Georgia, United States. The population was 946 at the 2000 census. It was settled about 1877, was also located along the Brunswick and Albany railroad. The city was named for Judge W.A. Poulan. Poulan is part of the Albany, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
KennesawKennesaw is a city in Cobb County, Georgia, United States, located in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. It had a population of 29,783 according to the 2010 census. Founded in 1887, Kennesaw has a past surrounded with railroad history. During the Civil War, Kennesaw was the staging ground for the Great Locomotive Chase on April 12, 1862. Show on map
DecaturDecatur is a city in, and county seat of, DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. With a population of 20,148 in the 2013 census, the city is sometimes assumed to be larger since multiple zip codes in unincorporated DeKalb County bear the Decatur name. It is an intown suburb of Atlanta and part of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area, and its public transportation is served by three MARTA rail stations. Show on map
ViningsVinings is a census-designated place and an unincorporated town in Cobb County, Georgia, just across the Chattahoochee River from Atlanta. As of the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 9,734. A part of the Vinings, Smyrna, Cumberland (VSC) area, it is located between the affluent West Paces Ferry section of Buckhead in northwest Atlanta, and suburban Smyrna in Cobb County, adjacent to the Cumberland edge city. The U.S. Postal Service considers Vinings to be unincorporated Atlanta, and uses \"Atlanta\" or \"Vinings\" for all Vinings addresses (ZIP code 30339); Both are now accepted by the U.S. Post Office. Show on map
OxfordOxford is a city in Newton County, Georgia, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 1,892. It is the location of Oxford College of Emory University. The town was named after Oxford University, the alma mater of the founders of Oxford College. The entire town is also designated as a shrine of the United Methodist Church. Additionally, Confederate soldiers are buried in a small cemetery on the grounds of Oxford College. The Dukes of Hazzard filmed its TV series opening credits (car?) jump on the grounds of the college. Show on map
AmericusAmericus is a city in Sumter County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 17,041. Americus is the home of Habitat for Humanity's international headquarters, the famous Windsor Hotel (from 1892), The Fuller Center for Housing international headquarters, The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving, Glover Foods and many more well-known organizations. Show on map
GlyncoGlynco is an area in Glynn County, Georgia located on the northwestern edge of Brunswick, GA. Glynco is a portmanteau of the words \"Glynn County.\" In 1942 the Naval Air Station Glynco was established on the area now known as Glynco. After the area was no longer used for the Naval Air station (1974), 2,003 acres (8.11 km2) of the land (including the runway) was used for the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport and 1,500 acres (6.1 km2) of it for a branch of Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC). FLETC has its own United States Postal Service ZIP code, 31524. The US Census lists the 31524 ZIP code as having no residents. Show on map
ForsythForsyth is a city in Monroe County, Georgia, United States. It is the county seat of Monroe County. The population was 3,776 at the 2000 census. Forsyth is part of the Macon Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the former home of Tift College. Show on map
MiltonMilton is a city and suburb in Fulton County, Georgia, United States. Incorporated on December 1, 2006, it was created out of the entire unincorporated northernmost part of northern Fulton County. It is an affluent community, with an average household income within the ZIP code 30004 of $99,412. As of the 2010 census, Milton's population was 32,661, with an estimated population of 36,662 in 2014. Show on map
StocktonStockton is an unincorporated community in Lanier County, Georgia, United States. Estimated population of 962. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 55.66 percent. Stockton is located in the far southern portion of the state on U.S. Highway 84, near Valdosta and Lakeland. The surrounding area produces tobacco, turpentine, pine lumber, and pulpwood. Moody Air Force Base is located nearby, and transport is provided mainly by U.S. Route 84 and U.S. Route 129. Stockton is located near the Alapaha River and CSX Transportation runs through Stockton at least twice a day. Stockton's zip code is 31649. Show on map
SmyrnaSmyrna is a city northwest of the neighborhoods of Atlanta. It is in the inner ring of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 51,271. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the population in 2013 to be 53,438. It is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell MSA, which is included in the Atlanta—Athens-Clarke—Sandy Springs CSA. Smyrna grew by 28% between the years 2000 and 2012. It is historically one of the fastest growing cities in the State of Georgia, and one of the most densely populated cities in the metro area. Show on map
Buena VistaBuena Vista (pronounced \"BYOO-nah VIHS-tah\") is a city in Marion County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Columbus, Georgia-Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,664 at the 2000 census. Formerly known as Pea Ridge, the city changed its name to Buena Vista in honor of Zachary Taylor's victory in the Mexican American War. The city is the county seat of Marion County. It is the birthplace of baseball legend, Josh Gibson and Medal of Honor recipient Luther H. Story. The visionary art site Pasaquan is located four miles (6 km) from Buena Vista, in rural Marion County. Show on map
SuwaneeSuwanee is a city in Gwinnett County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of 2013, the population is approximately 17,688. Suwanee was the practicing home of the Atlanta Falcons football team from 1979 to 2001 and was voted among the Top 10 Best Places to Live by Money in 2007. In 2012, Suwanee was rated the third best place in America for raising families by Kiplinger, and in 2013, Suwanee was identified as one of the nation's 10 Best Towns for Families by Family Circle magazine. Portions of Forsyth County and Fulton County also have Suwanee and its zip code (30024) as a mailing address. Show on map
BraseltonBraselton is a town in Barrow, Gwinnett, Hall, and Jackson counties in the U.S. state of Georgia, about 53 miles (85 km) northeast of Atlanta. As of the 2010 census, the town had a population of 7,511, with an estimated population in 2012 of 7,875. The Gwinnett and Barrow County portions of Braselton are part of the Atlanta–Sandy Springs–Marietta, GA, Metropolitan Statistical Area, and the Hall County portion is part of both the Atlanta and Gainesville, GA Metropolitan Statistical Areas. The remaining Jackson County portion of Braselton is not part of any core based statistical area. Show on map
VillanowVillanow, Georgia is an unincorporated community in Walker County, Georgia. It is between Dalton and La Fayette, Georgia. There are currently no schools that service the community of Villanow. Armuchee Valley Elementary School was closed in 1992, following a fire that destroyed the classrooms and offices. Later on in 1993, a separate fire destroyed what remained of the school, to include the cafeteria. In September 2010 the Armuchee Valley Community Center opened. The community center houses Walker County's No. 14 fire station, in addition to a sheriff's office, and voting precinct. Show on map
LulaLula is a city in Hall and Banks counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. Most of the city is in Hall County, with a small eastern portion of the city located in Banks County. The population was 2,758 at the 2010 census. The Hall County portion of Lula is part of the Gainesville, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Lula is home of RailRoad Days, a yearly festival usually every May. Major roads near Lula are Georgia Highway 51, Georgia Highway 52, Georgia Highway 365, U.S. Route 23, and old US 23. Lula is the railroad junction between the Atlanta northeast line and the Athens north line. Show on map
TrentonTrenton is a city in Dade County, Georgia, United States. Founded in 1830 by European Americans, the area was originally known as Salem. In 1839 Salem was designated the seat of the newly formed Dade County. It was renamed Trenton in 1841.The population was 2,301 at the 2010 census. It is the only incorporated municipality in the county, and as such it serves as the county seat. Trenton is part of the Chattanooga, Tennessee–GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. On April 27, 2011, an EF-3 tornado with winds of 150 mph (240 km/h) hit the city, causing significant damage and loss of life. Show on map
WildwoodWildwood is a small unincorporated community located in the northeastern corner of Dade County, Georgia, United States. It is close to the Tennessee state line and the Chattanooga city limits, and is considered part of the Chattanooga metropolitan area. It sits in the diagonal valley between Sand Mountain and Lookout Mountain, which runs through all of Dade County and is home to most of its population. According to the 2000 Census, the 30757 Zip Code Tabulation Area had a population of 1,923 - therefore accounting for about 11.98% of Dade County's population of 16,040. Show on map
ThomsonThomson, originally called Slashes is a city in McDuffie County, Georgia, United States. The population was 6,778 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of McDuffie County. Thomson's nickname is \"The Camellia City of the South\", in honor of the thousands of camellia plants throughout the city. Thomson was founded in 1837 as a depot on the Georgia Railroad. It was renamed in 1853 for railroad official John Edgar Thomson and incorporated February 15, 1854 as a town and in 1870 as a city. It is part of the Augusta – Richmond County Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
ColquittColquitt is a city in Miller County, in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. The population was 1,939 at the 2000 census. Colquitt is the county seat of Miller County, a role it has held since just after Miller County was created by the Georgia Legislature in 1856. The city formally incorporated on December 19, 1860, and is Miller County's only incorporated municipality. Colquitt is named for U.S. Congressman and Senator, Walter Terry Colquitt. The Colquitt Town Square Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Show on map
BuckheadBuckhead is an affluent uptown district of Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, comprising approximately the northern fifth of the city. Buckhead is a major commercial and financial center of the Southeast, and it is the third-largest business district in Atlanta, behind Downtown and Midtown. The district's highrise office buildings, hotels, and condominiums form a highly urbanized core along Peachtree Road. Surrounding this dense core are Buckhead's residential neighborhoods, which feature large single-family homes situated among dense forests and rolling hills. Show on map
AcworthAcworth is a city in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The 2016 estimate for Acworth's population is 28,502. As of the 2015 census, this city had a population of 23,902, up from 13,422 at the 2000 census. Acworth is located in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains along the southeastern banks of Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona on the Etowah River. Unincorporated areas known as Acworth extend into Bartow, Cherokee, and Paulding counties respectively. Show on map
ColerainColerain was a small trading post located on the St. Marys River in the state of Georgia. It served as the first location of the United States factory for trade with the Creek Indians in the mid-1790s, until the factory was relocated to the newly constructed Fort Wilkinson in 1797. It was also the site of the signing of the Treaty of Colerain between the Creeks and the United States government on June 29, 1796. The treaty expanded the U.S.-Creek border westward, allowed for Fort Wilkinson's construction, and mandated the removal of the factory there. Show on map
FairmountFairmount is a city in Gordon County, Georgia, United States. Gordon County is home to New Echota, which was once the Cherokee Nation's capital. It was the origin of the Cherokee written language and newspaper, The Cherokee Phoenix. This city has numerous outdoor recreation opportunities. The Chattahoochee National Forest makes up a large part of the western part of the county. The Coosawattee and Conasauga rivers join to form the Oostanaula River, and there is also the Salacoa Creek Park, a 343-acre (1.39 km2) park with a 126-acre (0.51 km2) lake. Show on map
Cave SpringCave Spring is a city in Floyd County, Georgia, United States. It is located 16 miles (26 km) southwest of Rome, the county seat. The population of Cave Spring was 1,200 at the 2010 census, up from 975 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Rome, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town was named after the cave and water spring located in Rolater Park. The cave has impressive stalagmites and the legendary \"Devil's Stool\" formation. The spring water has won awards for purity and taste. Many visitors bring jugs to fill at the spring and take home for drinking. Show on map
CorneliaCornelia is a city in Habersham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 3,834 at the 2010 census. It is home to one of the world's largest apple sculptures, which is displayed on top of an obelisk shaped monument. Notably, it was the retirement home of baseball legend Ty Cobb who was born nearby, and was a base of operation for production of the 1956 Disney film The Great Locomotive Chase that was filmed along the Tallulah Falls Railway that ran from Cornelia northward along the rim of Tallulah Gorge to Franklin, North Carolina. Show on map
ThunderboltThunderbolt, Georgia is a small town located in Chatham County about 5 miles southeast of downtown Savannah. As of the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 2,668. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area. Thunderbolt runs along the western shore of the Wilmington River (a tidal river that is part of the U.S. Intracoastal Waterway). The town is important to Georgia's shrimping industry, with scores of docks for shrimping trawlers. The town's picturesque atmosphere and seafood restaurants draw many local visitors. Show on map
EvansEvans is a census-designated place (CDP) in Columbia County, Georgia, United States. It is a suburb of Augusta and is part of the Augusta metropolitan area. The population was 29,011 at the 2010 census, up from 17,727 at the 2000 census. Evans, possibly named after Confederate General Clement A. Evans, is the de facto county seat of Columbia County, although Appling still holds the de jure designation. The Columbia County Government Center, the Government Complex Addition, and the Columbia County Courthouse Annex are all located in Evans. Show on map
CloudlandCloudland is an unincorporated area in western Chattooga County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is located at an elevation of 1,498 feet atop Lookout Mountain, a broad ridge that occupies northwestern Georgia and northeastern Alabama. Cloudland is 412 feet higher then the neighboring city of Menlo. Cloudland had its start in the late 19th century as a summer resort. A post office has been in operation in Cloudland since 1916. The Girl Scouts' Camp Juliette Low, named for founder Juliette Gordon Low, is located just northeast of town. Show on map
OceeOcee was a small community in Milton County, now located in Johns Creek in Fulton County, Georgia. It was centered at 34°03′52″N 84°12′46″W / 34.0645434°N 84.2126972°W. It was originally called New York, then Mazeppa. The Ocee name, which was taken from the name of a Cherokee community in the area, is still in use today for a school, a park, a library and a church, among others. Ocee is now a part of the new city of Johns Creek, named after Johns Creek which flows just east of it. That city is a part of the municipalization of northern Fulton. Show on map
New HollandNew Holland, Georgia is a mill village located approximately two miles north-east of Gainesville, Georgia, and is in Hall County, Georgia. New Holland was constructed by the Pacolet Manufacturing Company in the 1890s and consisted of several hundred homes for workers in the Pacolet Cotton Mill. A central feature was New Holland Springs, which purportedly had health-giving properties. The village is unincorporated and has a population of approximately 600. The New Holland mill is currently owned and operated by Milliken, Inc. Show on map
RedanRedan is a census-designated place (CDP) in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the CDP had a total population of 33,015. It is a predominantly African American community in eastern DeKalb County. Redan was probably named after the numerous redans built during the Atlanta Campaign of the American Civil War. There is also a Redan High School located here. It has also been said that Redan was named after the Redan Store, a trading stop along the railway run by a couple named Reed and Ann. Show on map
WaycrossWaycross is the county seat of, and only incorporated city in, Ware County. in the U.S. state of Georgia. The population was 14,725 at the 2010 Census. Waycross includes two historic districts (Downtown Waycross Historic District and Waycross Historic District) and several other properties that are on the National Register of Historic Places, including the U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, Lott Cemetery, the First African Baptist Church and Parsonage, and the Obediah Barber Homestead (which is seven miles south of the city). Show on map
Colonial HillsColonial Hills is a neighborhood in the northernmost section of East Point, Georgia. It rests alongside of Langford Parkway (previously known as Lakewood Freeway.) Just to the north of Colonial Hills is Fort McPherson-(known as Fort Mac), which has been closed due to military downsizing. Colonial Hills consists of the following streets: Chambers Ave., Clermont Ave., Dauphine St., Elizabeth Ln., Hawthorne Way, Newnan Ave., St. Francis Ave., St. Joseph Ave., St. Michael Ave., McClelland Ave., McPherson Dr., & Womack Ave. Show on map
Mountain ParkMountain Park is a city primarily in the western part of northern Fulton County in the U.S. state of Georgia, with a small portion extending less than 1,000 feet (300 m) into southeastern Cherokee County. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 547. Incorporated in 1927, it is essentially an eclectic neighborhood, and is designated a wildlife refuge. There is no zoning for commercial or business uses, only residential. Law enforcement is provided by the Roswell Police Department on a contract basis. Show on map
ChatsworthChatsworth is a city in Murray County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Dalton, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 3,531 at the 2000 census and 4,299 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Murray County. According to a popular legend, the town received its name after a road sign with the word \"Chatsworth\" fell off a passing freight train nearby. Someone put the sign on a post, and the name stuck ¹. Just east of Chatsworth are Fort Mountain and the Fort Mountain State Park. Show on map
Rising FawnRising Fawn is a small unincorporated community in the southern part of Dade County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Chattanooga, TN–GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is also the location of Cloudland Canyon State Park. Rising Fawn was named after the child of a Cherokee Indian chieftain. The custom was to name the child after the first thing seen. On the following dawn, the chief saw a fawn rise from its bed and thought that he hadn't seen anything more beautiful. He then named his child Rising Fawn. Show on map
St. MarysSt. Marys is a city in Camden County, Georgia, United States. The city is the gateway to Cumberland Island National Seashore, the largest of the Georgia Coast's barrier islands. The National Seashore's visitor center and boat access are both located at the St. Marys waterfront. The city is also home to the annual St. Marys Rock Shrimp Festival, the St. Marys Submarine Museum, the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, and to eight Ohio-class submarines. The population of St. Marys was 17,121 at the 2010 census. Show on map
QuitmanQuitman is a city in and the county seat of Brooks County, Georgia, United States. The population was 3,850 at the 2010 census. The Quitman Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was previously known as Okapilco. Quitman was a home of James Pierpont, author of the song \"Jingle Bells\" (1857). He was organist for the First Presbyterian Church. A local Quitman ordinance prohibits chickens from crossing the road. It is called the \"Camellia City\" as the tree grows in profusion around the area. Show on map
FargoFargo is a city in Clinch County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 321. Formerly a town, it was incorporated by the Georgia state legislature in 1992, effective on April 1 of that year. Fargo is located near the Okefenokee Swamp and is the western gateway to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Also nearby is Stephen C. Foster State Park. The city was threatened in April and May 2007 by the Bugaboo Scrub Fire, the largest wildfire in Georgia's history. Show on map
ThomastonThomaston is a city in and the county seat of Upson County, Georgia, United States. The population was 9,638 at the 2006 census. It is the principal city of and is included in the Thomaston, Georgia Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Atlanta - Sandy Springs (GA) - Gainesville (GA) - Alabama (partial) Combined Statistical Area. Thomaston is located on US Route 19 and State Route 3, which run north and south, and on State Routes 36 and 74, which run (more or less) east and west. Show on map
Locust GroveLocust Grove is a city in Henry County, Georgia, United States. The population was 5,402 at the 2010 census. It is one of Atlanta's most southeastern suburbs in the metropolitan area. Some unincorporated communities such as Luella and many rural areas surround Locust Grove, and those communities have Locust Grove postal addresses. Locust Grove has experienced a growth in population and in businesses coming into the area. In 1900 the population of the city was 254 and is now over 4,000. Show on map
EuharleeEuharlee is a city in Bartow County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,136 at the 2010 census, an increase of 29% over the 2000 count of 3,208. Euharlee is a bedroom community of Cartersville, the Bartow County seat which is located 9 miles (14 km) to the east. They are connected through Euharlee Road, and by a chain of subdivisions and homes. Euharlee is located next to Plant Bowen, which has the second largest generating capacity of any coal-fired power plant in the United States. Show on map
LivingstonLivingston is the site of an old Indian village in Floyd County, Georgia, United States. The place was supposedly visited by Hernando de Soto, and evidence of his (or Tristán de Luna y Arellano's) visit was found near McGee Bend on the Coosa River. An early missionary station existed there, and the city retained the name \"Missionary Station\" on many maps. It was the first county seat of Floyd County in 1833. It was replaced by Rome, Georgia as county seat the following year. Show on map
Druid HillsDruid Hills is a community which includes both a census-designated place (CDP) in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, as well as a neighborhood of the city of Atlanta. The CDP's population was 14,568 at the 2010 census. The CDP contains the main campus of Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Atlanta-city section of Druid Hills is one of Atlanta's most affluent neighborhoods with a median household income in excess of $238,500. Show on map
BuffingtonBuffington is an unincorporated community in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. It began as the location of Fort Buffington, one of the Cherokee Removal Forts used to contain the Cherokee before the beginning of the Trail of Tears in 1838. After this time, Fort Buffington was either dismantled or fell into ruin, and only a state historical marker along State Route 20 stands to identify its former site. Today, Buffington is quickly transforming from a rural to suburban community. Show on map
Wilmington IslandWilmington Island is a census-designated place (CDP) in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 15,138 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Savannah, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The communities of Wilmington Island form a large and affluent suburb of Savannah, where most residents work. The island lies east of Savannah between the town of Thunderbolt and the beach community of Tybee Island. Wilmington Island is home to the Wilmington Plantation condominiums. Show on map
HartfordHartford (also Old Hartford) is an unincorporated community in Pulaski County, Georgia, United States. It lies a short distance east of the city of Hawkinsville, the county seat of Pulaski County. Hartford sits at the intersection of Alternate U.S. Route 129 with State Routes 26, 27, 230, 257, and U.S. Route 341. Its elevation is 256 feet (78 m). Hartford served as seat of Pulaski County from the formation of the county in 1809 until 1836 when the seat was transferred to Hawkinsville. Show on map
HawkinsvilleHawkinsville is a city in and the county seat of Pulaski County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,589 at the 2010 census. Hawkinsville is known as the \"Harness Horse Capital\" of Georgia. The Lawrence Bennett Harness Horse Racing facility is owned by the city and serves as an important training ground during winter months. The Harness Festival takes place every April at the end of training before horses head north for the harness racing season. Show on map
GainesvilleThe city of Gainesville is the county seat of Hall County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 33,804. Because of its large number of poultry processing plants, it is often called the \"Poultry Capital of the World\". Gainesville is the principal city of, and is included in, the Gainesville, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Gainesville, Georgia-Alabama (part) Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Embry HillsEmbry Hills is a neighborhood in northern unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, near the intersection of I-85 and I-285. The neighborhood has a mix of middle-class young families and retirees, with houses priced from the mid-$200,000s to the mid-$300,000s. Embry Hills is located south of Doraville, east of Chamblee, and north of Tucker, but is not considered part of any of the three cities, although many area businesses and residences use a Chamblee address. Show on map
NorcrossNorcross is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. As of 2010, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau was 9,116. It is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, Georgia metropolitan statistical area, which is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Gainesville, Georgia-Alabama (part) combined statistical area. Show on map
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BogartBogart is a city in Clarke and Oconee counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. The city is mostly in Oconee County, with a portion extending into Clarke County. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 1,034. The 30622 ZIP code extends outside the boundary of Bogart into the western portion of Athens, giving some of Athens' citizens Bogart mailing addresses. The high school is North Oconee High School, and the middle school is Malcom Bridge Middle School. Show on map
BrookhavenBrookhaven is a city in the northeastern suburbs of Atlanta. Home to about 51,029, it is located in western DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, directly northeast of Atlanta. On July 31, 2012, Brookhaven was approved in a referendum to become DeKalb County's 11th city. Incorporation officially took place on December 17, 2012, on which date municipal operations commenced. With a population of around 49,000, it is the largest city in DeKalb County. The new city stretches over 12 square miles. Show on map
North AtlantaBrookhaven is a city in the northeastern suburbs of Atlanta. Home to about 51,029, it is located in western DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, directly northeast of Atlanta. On July 31, 2012, Brookhaven was approved in a referendum to become DeKalb County's 11th city. Incorporation officially took place on December 17, 2012, on which date municipal operations commenced. With a population of around 49,000, it is the largest city in DeKalb County. The new city stretches over 12 square miles. Show on map
LizellaLizella is a small unincorporated community in Bibb and Crawford County, Georgia, United States, about 11 miles southwest of Macon. It is part of the Macon Metropolitan Statistical Area. Lizella is home to a single post office, several churches, a fire station, a sheriff's sub-station, 5 Star Small Engines, a private swimming pool, a private baseball field, and a closed elementary school (W.B. Redding Elementary School). Also, U.S. Route 80 passes through Lizella. Show on map
MidwayMidway is a city in Liberty County, Georgia, United States. It is a part of the Hinesville-Fort Stewart metropolitan statistical area. Midway is situated near Savannah, Brunswick, St. Simons Island, and Jekyll Island. The population was 2,121 as of the 2010 census. Midway has several museums, including the Midway Museum and Cemetery and the Dorchester Academy Museum. Midway is surrounded by wetlands. There are also two islands, Colonel's Island and Dolphin Island. Show on map
WhiteWhite is a city in Bartow County, Georgia, United States. The population was 670 at the 2010 census. White is a stepping stone from rural areas of northwest Georgia to areas just south of White that are considered urban or urbanizing. White is located along U.S. Highway 411, 3 miles (5 km) north of Interstate 75. It is a bedroom community of Cartersville which is located 9 miles (14 km) to the south, but they are connected by a chain of homes and retail shops. Show on map
AllentownAllentown is a town in Bleckley, Laurens, Twiggs, and Wilkinson Counties in the U.S. state of Georgia, primarily in Wilkinson County. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 169.The Twiggs County portion is part of the Macon Metropolitan Statistical Area, while the Laurens County portion is part of the Dublin Micropolitan Statistical Area. The remaining Wilkinson and Bleckley County portions are not part of any metropolitan or micropolitan area. Show on map
MetcalfMetcalf is a small village in southwestern Georgia. Near Metcalf there is the WCTV Tower, the tallest structure in Georgia. A lumberyard is located on the main highway. There are two churches located in Metcalf, Friendship Baptist and Metcalf Methodist Church. Friendship Baptist is one of the oldest congregations in the Georgia Baptist Convention. Founded in 1848 about 2 miles outside of the township of Metcalf it was later moved to the present site in 1890. Show on map
College ParkCollege Park is a city located in Fulton and Clayton counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 13,942. Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is partially located in the city boundaries (including the domestic terminal, Concourse T, Concourse A, and about two-thirds of Concourse B), and the Georgia International Convention Center, owned and operated by the City of College Park, is within the city limits. Show on map
AtcoAtco is a small unincorporated community on the northwestern side of Cartersville in southern Bartow County, Georgia, United States. There are numerous baseball and soccer complexes in the area, primarily along Sugar Valley and Cassville Roads, making it a popular destination for subdivisions. A post office called Atco was established in 1907, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1965. Atco gets its name from the American Tire Company. Show on map
BarnesvilleBarnesville is a city in Lamar County, Georgia, United States. The city is a part of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 6,755. The city is the county seat of Lamar County. Barnesville was once dubbed the \"Buggy Capital of the South\" as the town produced about 9,000 buggies a year around the turn of the 20th century. Each year in the third week of September the town hosts an annual Buggy Days celebration. Show on map
BaxleyBaxley is a city in Appling County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 4,400. The city is the county seat of Appling County. Baxley was first settled as a result of the Macon and Brunswick Railroad being built through Appling County in 1870. Originally, it was a railroad depot known as Station Number 7, but it soon was named Baxley (after one of the community's first settlers, Wilson Baxley of North Carolina). Show on map
AndersonvilleAndersonville is a city in Sumter County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 255. It is located in the southwest part of the state, about 60 miles (97 km) southwest of Macon, Georgia on the Central of Georgia railroad. During the American Civil War, it was the site of a prisoner-of-war camp which is now Andersonville National Historic Site. Andersonville is part of the Americus Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Coal MountainCoal Mountain is an unincorporated community in Forsyth County, Georgia. The Coal Mountain area lies at the intersection of GA-369 and SR-9. It was once home to a post office that served the small community. North Forsyth High School, North Forsyth Middle School, Coal Mountain Elementary School, Coal Mountain Park, Coal Mountain Baptist Church, and Mountain Lake Church are all located in Coal Mountain. It lies at an elevation of 1220 feet (372 m). Show on map
ClinchfieldClinchfield is an unincorporated community in south-central Houston County, Georgia, United States. It lies near U.S. Route 341 at the junction of Georgia Highway 224. It is part of the Perry, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Clinchfield started as a place for the workers of the Penn-Dixie cement plant to live when the plant was constructed in the early 1920s. The cement plant is still in operation today and is currently owned by Cemex, Inc. Show on map
GibsonGibson is a city in Glascock County, Georgia, United States. The population was 694 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Glascock County and home to the Glascock County Courthouse, a National Register of Historic Places listed site. Gibson got its name from Judge William Gibson, a former Confederate Colonel and commanding officer of the 48th Georgia, who donated 500 dollars for Glascock County’s first public building, the courthouse. Show on map
UpatoiUpatoi is the name of a neighborhood and post office located in the eastern panhandle of Muscogee County, Georgia. Previously an unincorporated community within Muscogee County, Upatoi was annexed by the city of Columbus in 1971 as part of the consolidation of the city and county governments. Though now officially part of Columbus, the Upatoi area has retained its historic name through its post office, which still bears the name Upatoi, Georgia. Show on map
Tallulah FallsTallulah Falls is a town in Habersham and Rabun counties in the U.S. state of Georgia near the Tallulah River. The population was 168 at the 2010 census. It started out in the 1880s as a tourist town for the multitude of visitors to Tallulah Falls. Tallulah Falls was the filming location for portions of the 1972 film Deliverance. Tallulah Bankhead (1902-1968) was named after her paternal grandmother, who in turn was named after Tallulah Falls. Show on map
VidaliaVidalia (/vaɪˈdeɪljə/ vye-DAYL-yə or local /vaɪˈdeɪjə/ vye-DAY-yə) is a city located primarily in Toombs County, Georgia, United States. The city also extends very slightly into Montgomery County. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 10,473. Vidalia is the principal city of the Vidalia Micropolitan Statistical Area, a micropolitan area that covers Montgomery and Toombs Counties, and had a combined population of 36,346 at the 2010 census. Show on map
BethlehemBethlehem is a town in Barrow County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 601. Despite its small population, the town is very well known for its name, which comes from the community's original church, namesake of the biblical town of Bethlehem. According to WSB-TV's Georgia's Hidden Treasures, the local post office postmarked nearly 200,000 Christmas cards and other pieces of mail prior to Christmas in 2009. Show on map
BufordBuford is a city in Gwinnett and Hall counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 12,225. Most of the city is in Gwinnett County, which is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta Metropolitan Statistical Area. The portions of the city in Hall County are not part of Atlanta's metropolitan statistical area, but are part of Atlanta's larger Combined Statistical Area, which includes Hall County. Show on map
TuckerTucker is a City located in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. It was originally settled in the 1820s, and later developed as a railroad community in 1892. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 27,581. In a November 2015 referendum, by a 3:1 margin (73.94%), voters approved incorporating Tucker into a city. In March 2016 Tucker residents elected the city’s first mayor and city council. Show on map
NoondayNoonday (spelled Noon Day on 1860s maps) was an unincorporated community located in far north-central Cobb County, Georgia. It was centered at 34°03'43\"N, 84°31'16\"W (34.0620437, -84.5213204), along former Georgia highway 5, around the Noonday Baptist Church. This Baptist church is still active today. The church has its Minutes dating back to 1833 on file in the Georgia Archives and a copy laminated and bound is also housed at the church office. It was the site of the Battle of Noonday Creek as Sherman's Army marched toward Atlanta. The old sanctuary was used as a field hospital and had blood stains on the wood floor, according to a letter sent by one sister to another and found in the old Minutes book. During Frontier days the church was like most others before full law-and-order came to@en . Show on map
LeesburgLeesburg is a city in Lee County, Georgia, United States. The population was 2,896 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Lee County and is part of the Albany, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The area was an important center for the study of malaria in 1924. A graduate student named Lowell T. Coggeshall collected anopheline larvae in a swamp near Leesburg. Later he helped mastermind the U.S. government's Malaria Project. Show on map
LebanonLebanon, Georgia is a Cherokee County community that is now absorbed into Holly Springs. While the community is locally known and still referred to as Toonigh, the community has a post office located in a small strip mall just south of the Georgia Northeastern Railroad that was posted as Lebanon, Georgia. Lebanon's ZIP code is 30146. Lebanon appears on the South Canton U.S. Geological Survey Map, with an elevation of 1000 feet. Show on map
PavoPavo is a city that is divided by the county line between Brooks County and Thomas County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is part of the Valdosta, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 627 at the 2010 census. The city is home to a branch of the Thomas County Public Library System. Pavo was featured in country music star Alan Jackson's video for his hit song \"Little Man\", lamenting the decline of small-town America. Show on map
LincolntonThe city of Lincolnton is the county seat of Lincoln County, Georgia, United States. The population was 1,566 at the 2010 census. It is the location for the historical site, Elijah Clark State Park, and contains numerous houses and historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Both the city and the county were named for General Benjamin Lincoln, who served in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Show on map
CussetaCusseta /kəˈsiːdə/ is a city in Chattahoochee County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Columbus, Georgia-Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 12,153 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Chattahoochee County, with which it shares a consolidated city-county government. Despite this, Cusseta is not coterminous with the county; it remains a geographically distinct municipality within the county. Show on map
BonaireBonaire is an unincorporated community in Houston County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is just 2 miles south of Warner Robins. It is part of the Warner Robins, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bonaire is the hometown of former Governor Sonny Perdue. The population of Bonaire is 13,999. Bonaire has experienced a 129% growth in population since 1990. A large amount of Bonaire is located on and around Georgia State Route 247, which is connected to Interstate 75 by Georgia State Route 96. Show on map
Garden CityGarden City is a city in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. It is located just northwest of Savannah. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 8,794. Part industrial and part residential, the city is home to much of the heavy industry in Chatham County and is adjacent to the Port of Savannah, the flagship operation of the Georgia Ports Authority. Garden City is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
ThomasvilleThomasville is the county seat of Thomas County, Georgia, United States. The city is the second largest in Southwest Georgia after Albany. The city deems itself the City of Roses and holds an annual Rose Festival. The city features plantations open to the public, a historic downtown, a large farmer's market, and a 320-year-old oak tree at the corner of Monroe and Crawford streets. The population was 18,413 at the 2010 census. Show on map
McRaeThe city of McRae is the county seat of Telfair County, Georgia, United States. It was designated as the seat in 1871, after being established the previous year as a station on the Macon and Brunswick Railroad. McRae was incorporated on March 3, 1874, and was named for a pioneering Scottish family. During the antebellum years and after the Civil War, the county had an economy largely based on cotton plantations, and McRae was a trading center. On January 1, 2015, McRae and the adjacent town of Helena merged to form McRae-Helena. Show on map
Robins Air Force BaseRobins Air Force Base (IATA: WRB, ICAO: KWRB) is a major United States Air Force installation located in Houston County, Georgia, United States. The base is located just east of and adjacent to the city of Warner Robins, Georgia, 18 mi (29 km) SSE of Macon, Georgia, and about 100 mi (160 km) SSE of Atlanta, Georgia. The base is named in honor of Brig Gen Augustine Warner Robins, the Air Force's \"father of logistics\". Show on map
CamptonCampton is a small unincorporated community in Walton County, Georgia, United States. It is located about 15 miles from Dacula and Highway 316. The town of Campton has few buildings other than a couple churches, a masonic lodge, and a restaurant.The 2011 film \"Wanderlust\" was mainly filmed there. The William Harris Homestead, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is located in or near Campton. Show on map
LovejoyLovejoy is a city in Clayton County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 6,422, up from 2,495 at the 2000 census. During the American Civil War, it was the site of the Battle of Lovejoy's Station during the Atlanta Campaign of 1864. During the 2000s, Lovejoy was proposed by the Georgia Department of Transportation to be the endpoint of metro Atlanta's first commuter rail line. Show on map
DraketownDraketown is an unincorporated community in Haralson County, Georgia, United States. It was first settled by a \"white race of Indians\" known as the Mound Builders, a group large in stature and descendants of a mighty civilization. Around the 15th or 16th century, the Cherokee Indians and Creek Indians replaced the Mound Builders and began their own society. Mostly the Cherokee Indians settled In the Draketown area. Show on map
WatkinsvilleWatkinsville is the largest city and seat of Oconee County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 2,832. It had previously been the seat of Clarke County until 1872 when the county seat of that county was moved to Athens, a move which ultimately led to the creation of Oconee County in 1875. It is included in the Athens-Clarke County, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Tate CityTate City is an unincorporated community in Towns County, Georgia, United States. It was founded as a mining and logging community. Tate City sits in a scenic valley along the upper Tallulah River, just south of the Georgia-North Carolina border. The community is flanked by various peaks of the Blue Ridge and Nantahala Mountains, including 4568-foot Hightower Bald, 4640-ft. Dicks Knob, and 5499-ft. Standing Indian Mountain. Show on map
Peachtree CityPeachtree City is the largest city in Fayette County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 34,364. Peachtree City is located in South Metro Atlanta. Show on map
Peachtree CornersPeachtree Corners is a city in western Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. It is a northern suburb of Atlanta, and is the largest city in Gwinnett County with a population of 40,059 in 2013. The city, situated on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, is located east of Dunwoody and south of Johns Creek. Peachtree Corners is the only one of Atlanta's northern suburbs that was developed as a planned community. Show on map
TrionTrion is a town in Chattooga County, Georgia, United States. The population was 1,827 as of the 2010 census, down from 1,993 at the 2000 census. Trion is the second largest incorporated community in Chattooga County, which has a population of approximately 26,000. Trion is known as the denim capital of the world because of the Mount Vernon (formerly Riegel) manufacturing plant, which employs about 4,000 people. Show on map
Mountain CityMountain City is an incorporated town in Rabun County, Georgia, United States. The population was 829 at the 2000 census. The town straddles the Eastern Continental Divide in a deep gap in the Blue Ridge Mountain front. The gap allows U.S. Highway 441 to cross the range at an elevation of 2168 feet without the significant grade required by roadways at most other mountain passes along the Georgia Blue Ridge. Show on map
Mineral BluffMineral Bluff is a census-designated place and unincorporated community located in Fannin County in the U.S. state of Georgia. Its population was 150 as of the 2010 census. The community is situated 6 miles (10 km) northeast of the city of Blue Ridge, the county seat, 80 miles (130 km) east of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and 100 miles (160 km) north of Atlanta. It is the location of Mineral Bluff Depot, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Mount BerryMount Berry is an unincorporated community contiguous with the main campus of Berry College in Floyd County, Georgia, United States, bordering the city of Rome. Mount Berry Square, the shopping mall serving Rome, is in the Mount Berry area. Mount Berry was named after Berry College founder Martha Berry. It is part of the Rome, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The ZIP Code for Mount Berry is 30149. Show on map
Pine MountainPine Mountain is a town in Harris and Meriwether counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2014 census estimate, the town had a total population of 1,344. The Harris County portion of Pine Mountain is part of the Columbus, GA-AL Metropolitan Statistical Area, while the small portion that extends into Meriwether County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
TroupvilleTroupville (occasionally recorded as Troupeville) is an unincorporated community in Lowndes County, Georgia, United States, near Valdosta. Troupville was a riverboat landing at the confluence of the Withlacoochee River and the Little River (Withlacoochee River) at the uppermost navigable point. It was the third county seat of Lowndes County. Troupville was named after Governor George Troup. Show on map
DarienDarien is a city in McIntosh County, Georgia. It lies on Georgia's coast at the mouth of the Altamaha River about 50 miles south of Savannah, and is part of the Brunswick, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population of Darien was 1,975 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of McIntosh County. It is the second oldest planned city in Georgia and was originally called New Inverness. Show on map
West PointWest Point is a town in Troup County, with a small tail of the south end of town in Harris County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2000 U.S. Census, this town had a total population of 3,382 people. The very small portion of this town in Harris County is part of the Columbus, Georgia Metropolitan Area, whereas the portion of the town in Troup County is part of the LaGrange, Georgia area. Show on map
LawrencevilleLawrenceville is a city in and the county seat of Gwinnett County, Georgia, in the United States. It is a suburb of Atlanta, and is located approximately 30 miles northeast of downtown. The Census Bureau estimates the 2010 population at 28,546. Lawrenceville has six ZIP codes (30042-30046, 30049); it is part of the 678/770/404 telephone area code, which is used throughout metropolitan Atlanta. Show on map
Rest HavenRest Haven is a town primarily in northern Gwinnett and partly in southern Hall counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, it had a total population of 62. The Gwinnett County portion of Rest Haven is part of the Atlanta–Sandy Springs–Marietta, GA-AL Metropolitan Statistical Area, while the Hall County portion is part of the Gainesville, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
RockmartRockmart is a city in Polk County, Georgia. The population was 4,199 according to a 2010 census. Rockmart developed as a railroad depot town when the Southern Railway built a station in the area. The community was incorporated in 1872, and was named from abundant deposits of slate in the area. The Rockmart Downtown Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
JewellJewell (also Jewells, Jewells Mills, Rock Factory, and Shivers) is an unincorporated community in Warren County, Georgia, United States. It lies along Georgia Piedmont Scenic Byway State Route 16 to the southwest of the city of Warrenton, the county seat of Warren County. Its elevation is 420 feet (128 m). Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 31045. Show on map
MariettaMarietta is located in central Cobb County, Georgia, United States, and is the county's seat and largest city. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 56,579. The 2013 estimate is 59,089, making it one of the Atlanta metropolitan area's largest suburbs. It is also the most affluent suburb of Atlanta, as well as the most affluent city in Georgia. Marietta is the fourth largest of the principal cities (by population) of the Atlanta metropolitan statistical area. Show on map
BannockburnBannockburn is an unincorporated community in Berrien County, Georgia, United States. The former Central of Georgia Railway ran through the settlement. The Riverside Hotel in Bannockburn was built around 1905. At the same time, the Massey Felton Lumber Company operated a sawmill on the west side of the Alapaha River, about 1 mi (1.6 km) east of Bannockburn. The mill closed about 1910. Show on map
RemertonRemerton is a city in Lowndes County, Georgia, United States. The population was 1,123 at the 2010 census. It was incorporated as a town in 1951, and chartered as a city under Georgia law in 2000. Remerton is an enclave of Valdosta and is a popular place for Valdosta State University students to live. Show on map
Murrays CrossroadsMurrays Crossroads (also Murray, Murrays Cross Roads, and Poindexter) is an unincorporated community in Schley County, Georgia, United States. It lies at the intersection of U.S. Route 19 with State Route 240, to the north of the city of Ellaville, the county seat of Schley County. Its elevation is 440 feet (134 m). The community is part of the Americus Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
KingslandKingsland is a city in Camden County, Georgia, United States. The population was 15,946 at the 2010 census. The Kingsland Commercial Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places March 17, 1994. It includes the area surrounding South Lee Street between King Street and William Street. Kingsland hosts an annual Catfish Festival on Labor Day weekend each year. Show on map
CarrolltonCarrollton is a city located in west Georgia, United States. It resides in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 24,388. The city is the county seat of Carroll County. Historically, Carrollton has been a commercial center for Carroll County and many other counties in Georgia and Alabama. It is the home of the University of West Georgia. Show on map
Warner RobinsWarner Robins is a city in the US state of Georgia, located in Houston County. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 66,588. From 2000 to 2010, the Warner Robins city population growth percentage was 36.4% (from 48,804 people to 66,588). Warner Robins is a part of the larger Macon-Warner Robins Combined Statistical Area, with a population of 417,473. Show on map
WrightsvilleWrightsville is a city in Johnson County, Georgia, United States. The population was 2,223 at the 2000 census. It was established February 23, 1886. It was named for John B. Wright, one of the members of the committee responsible for selecting the site for the town. The city is the county seat of Johnson County. Wrightsville is part of the Dublin Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
ConyersConyers is the only city in Rockdale County, Georgia, United States. It is twenty-four miles east of Atlanta. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 10,689. Census estimates of 2005 indicate a population of 12,205. The city is the county seat of Rockdale County. By 2009, the reported population was 13,941. The formerly separate town of Milstead is now part of Conyers. Show on map
WinstonWinston is an unincorporated community, formerly incorporated as a city, in southwestern Douglas County, Georgia, United States. Winston is assigned the United States Postal Service ZIP code 30187.ZIP Code 30187 has segments in two counties, Carroll and Douglas. Winston is located at 33°44′N 84°52′W / 33.73°N 84.86°W which is 33°43′48″N 84°51′36″W / 33.73000°N 84.86000°W. Show on map
MorrisMorris (also Morris Station) is an unincorporated community in southeastern Quitman County, Georgia, United States. Its elevation is 249 feet (76 m). Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 39867. The community lies a short distance to the south of U.S. Route 82, to the southeast of the city of Georgetown, the county seat of Quitman County. Show on map
CalvaryCalvary is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Grady County, Georgia, United States. Its population centers on 100, and is 18 miles from Cairo, Georgia and roughly 20 miles from Tallahassee, Florida. It is primarily farming land, and the massive drought in the Southeastern United States has decimated crops, venturing half a crop yield from 2000. Show on map
New TownNew Town is an unincorporated community in Gordon County, Georgia, United States. New Town is located northeast of Calhoun. New Town is near the New Echota historic site, which was formerly part of the Cherokee Nation. Ashworth Middle School and Gordon Central High School are located in the New Town community. New Town is the English translation of the Indian name. Show on map
DouglasvilleThe city of Douglasville is the county seat of Douglas County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 30,961, up from 20,065 at the 2000 census. Douglasville is located approximately 20 miles (32 km) west of Atlanta and is part of the Atlanta Metro Area. Highway access can be obtained via three interchanges along Interstate 20. Show on map
WaynesboroWaynesboro is a city in Burke County, Georgia, United States. The population was 5,766 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Burke County. It is part of the Augusta, Georgia metropolitan area. Waynesboro is known as \"The Bird Dog Capital of the World\". The Waynesboro Commercial Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
BristolBristol is an unincorporated community in Pierce County, Georgia, United States. Bristol is located at the intersection of the concurrent Georgia State Route 15 and Georgia State Route 121, which run north-south through Bristol, and Georgia State Route 32, which runs east-west. Bristol is 10 miles (16 km) north of Blackshear. Bristol is also known as Lightsey. Show on map
BartowBartow is a town in Jefferson County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 286. Initially the town was known as \"Spier's Turnout\", but was changed to honor the first Confederate officer to die in battle, Colonel Francis S. Bartow of Savannah, Georgia, who was killed at the Battle of Manassas, Virginia on July 21, 1861. Show on map
HahiraHahira is a city in northwest Lowndes County, Georgia, United States. The estimated population as of July 2009 is 2,328. The population was 1,626 at the 2000 census. Hahira has a mayor-council form of elected government. It is led by Mayor Wayne Bullard and the four members of the City Council, elected from single-member districts. The city is mentioned in several songs by comedian/songwriter Ray Stevens, most notably the song \"Shriner's Convention\". Show on map
HarlemHarlem is a city in Columbia County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Augusta, Georgia metropolitan area. The population was 2,666 at the 2010 census, up from 1,814 at the 2000 census. Harlem is the birthplace of comedian Oliver Hardy; the annual Harlem Oliver Hardy Festival is held on the first Saturday each October on Main Street in his honor. Show on map
DoublegateDoublegate is a neighborhood within the city of Albany in Dougherty County, Georgia, United States. It is located 7 miles (11 km) northwest of the center of Albany, at latitude 31.599 north and longitude 84.255 west. Its elevation is 207 feet (63 m) above sea level. The neighborhood consists of residential streets surrounding the Doublegate Country Club. Show on map
KiteKite is a town in Johnson County, Georgia, USA, along the Little Ohoopee River. The town was named after Shaderick Kight, who donated the land to build the town. He requested the simpler spelling of the name for more efficient mail delivery and processing. The population was 241 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Dublin Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Green Island HillsGreen Island Hills is an upscale residential neighborhood within the city of Columbus, Georgia, United States. Homes in Green Island Hills range from Georgian, Tudor and Spanish Revival to Craftsman, with new modern homes popping up every month. With its central location, developers are building homes in the $700,000 plus range and moving them quickly. Show on map
HinesvilleHinesville is a city in Liberty County, Georgia, United States. The population was 33,437 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Liberty County. Nearby Fort Stewart and the principal city of Hinesville are part of the Hinesville-Fort Stewart metropolitan statistical area, which comprises all of Liberty County and neighboring Long County. Show on map
TigerTiger is a town in Rabun County, Georgia, United States. The population was 316 at the 2000 census. It was incorporated in 1904. There are two popular legends as to how Tiger got its name. The first is that it was named after a Cherokee chief named Tiger Tail. The second (and more likely) story is that the name came from the cry of roaming panthers. Show on map
AshburnThe city of Ashburn is the county seat of Turner County, Georgia. As of the 2010 census the city had a population of 4,152. Ashburn's government is classified as a council/manager form of municipal government. The City Manager of Ashburn is Ben Taylor. Ashburn is noted for its peanuts and a fire ant festival. It is home to a large peanut monument. Show on map
MillenMillen is a city in Jenkins County, Georgia, United States. The population was 3,492 at the 2000 census, a decline of 8.3% since 1990, during a decade in which the state's population grew by 26.4%. The city, centered near the intersection of U.S. Route 25 and State Route 17 and along the proposed Interstate 3, is the county seat of Jenkins County. Show on map
AlapahaAlapaha is a town in Berrien County, Georgia, along the Alapaha River. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 668. Alapaha developed from a trade settlement on the site of a Seminole village with the same name. The present-day Georgia town of Lakeland was originally named \"Alapaha\" and existed before the town that now bears the name. Show on map
ChennaultChennault is an unincorporated community in Lincoln County, Georgia, United States. It lies at the intersection of State Routes 44 and 79, to the northwest of the city of Lincolnton, the county seat of Lincoln County. Its elevation is 466 feet (142 m), and it is located at 33°54′27″N 82°36′07″W / 33.90750°N 82.60194°W (33.9076218, -82.6020786). Show on map
Isle of HopeIsle of Hope is a census-designated place (CDP) in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area, and at the 2010 census, its population was 2,402. The island is one of the most affluent communities in the state and is well known for its historic plantations and exclusive waterfront properties. Show on map
LillyLilly is a city in Dooly County, Georgia, United States. The population was 213 at the 2010 census. Lilly was originally named \"Midway\", as it was the halfway point between Cordele and Montezuma. The name was changed upon the discovery that there already was another Midway in the state. The name \"Lilly\" is a reference to patriarchs of the town. Show on map
ClarkesvilleClarkesville is a city located in the center of Habersham County, Georgia. It is also the county seat. The city's population is about 1,250. Clarkesville was founded in 1821 as the seat of Habersham County. It was named for John C. Clarke, a veteran of the American Revolutionary War. The Southern Railway arrived into Clarkesville in 1882. Show on map
EatontonEatonton is a city in and county seat of Putnam County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 6,480. It was named after William Eaton, an officer and diplomat involved in the First Barbary War. The name consists of his surname with the English suffix \"ton,\" meaning \"town.\" Show on map
OakfieldOakfield is an unincorporated community in Worth County, Georgia, United States. The community is located on Georgia State Route 300 in the far northwestern portion of the county, 4.8 miles (7.7 km) southwest of Warwick. Oakfield has a post office with ZIP code 31772. Oakfield was once an incorporated town; it was incorporated in 1900. Show on map
EllijayEllijay is a city in Gilmer County, Georgia, United States. The population was 1,619 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Gilmer County. The city holds an annual Georgia Apple Festival in October, and Gilmer County is known as the 'Apple Capital of Georgia'. Former President Jimmy Carter has a second log cabin home in Ellijay. Show on map
Mountain ParkMountain Park is an unincorporated, census-designated place in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. The population was 11,554 at the 2010 census. The older name for the area is Trickum, which is reflected in Five Forks-Trickum Road which bisects the community. The older community was centered on Five Forks and Rockbridge Roads. Show on map
Big CanoeBig Canoe, Georgia is a common interest development gated community, consisting of over 8,000 acres (32 km²), located in the mountains north of Atlanta, Georgia. It is located between Jasper, Georgia, and Dawsonville, Georgia, about 60 minutes north of Atlanta; it has about 3100 full-time residents and as many weekenders. Show on map
CobbCobb is an unincorporated community in Sumter County, Georgia, United States. It is the home of the largest pecan orchard in the world. Cobb is connected with the residents of Lake Blackshear and is the location of the Lake Blackshear Volunteer Fire Department. The community is part of the Americus Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
GeorgetownGeorgetown is a city in Quitman County, Georgia, United States. It is at the Alabama-Georgia state line next to Walter F. George Lake. The population was 973 at the 2000 census. In 2006, Georgetown and Quitman County voted to consolidate their governments, becoming the smallest such consolidated entity in the Lower 48 states. Show on map
Lookout MountainLookout Mountain is a city in Walker County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Chattanooga metropolitan statistical area. The population was 1,617 at the 2000 census and 1,602 at the 2010 census. The city is located on Lookout Mountain, home to such attractions as Rock City. This city is also home to Covenant College. Show on map
PlainvillePlainville is a city in Gordon County, Georgia, United States. The population of Plainville was 257 at the 2000 census, and as of the 2010 census, the population grew to 313. Unincorporated areas outside of the city limits are considered Plainville. Scottsville community lies directly to the east of Plainville along SR 53. Show on map
MayfieldMayfield is an unincorporated community in Hancock County, Georgia, U.S. on the outskirts of its primary city Sparta. It was established in 1970 as a middle/low class neighborhood. Their housing received and update in 2003 which includes more advanced windows, central a/c and heating and a community pool was also opened. Show on map
CummingCumming is a city in Forsyth County, Georgia, United States, and the sole incorporated area in the county. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. Its population was 5,430 at the 2010 census, up from 4,220 at the 2000 census. Surrounding unincorporated areas with a Cumming mailing address have a population of around 100,000. It is the county seat of Forsyth County. Show on map
PidcockPidcock is an unincorporated community in Brooks County, Georgia, United States. It is located north of the Florida state line on U.S. Route 84 between Thomasville, east to Boston, Pidcock, Quitman and Valdosta. Pidcock is renowned for spawning acclaimed athlete \"Laurence Pidcock\", whom some claim has mythical origins. Show on map
GreenvilleGreenville is a city in Meriwether County, Georgia, United States. The population was 946 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Meriwether County. 54.9 miles (88.4 km) southwest of Atlanta. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area (Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area). Show on map
MorelandMoreland is a town in Coweta County, Georgia, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 399. The author Erskine Caldwell was born in Moreland in 1903. Newspaper columnist Lewis Grizzard grew up in the town. The town is home to Moreland Elementary School and First Baptist Church of Moreland. Show on map
NahuntaNahunta is a city in Brantley County, Georgia, United States. It is the county seat of Brantley County. It is part of the Brunswick, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,053 at the 2010 census. The city is an important crossroad; U.S. Route 82 and U.S. Route 301 intersect in its downtown area. Show on map
EmersonEmerson is a city in far southern Bartow County, Georgia, United States, on highways US-41, GA-293, and I-75. The population was 1,470 at the 2010 census, an increase of 34% over the 2000 count of 1,092. Emerson is a gateway to Red Top Mountain State Park, a Georgia state park, which is surrounded by Lake Allatoona. Show on map
CrescentCrescent (also Crescent Station) is an unincorporated community in McIntosh County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 99 north of the city of Darien, the county seat of McIntosh County. Its elevation is 30 feet (9 m). Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 31304. Show on map
LothairLothair is an unincorporated community in Treutlen County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 199 (SR 199) and SR 199 Spur a short distance north of its intersection with State Route 46, to the southwest of the city of Soperton, the county seat of Treutlen County. Its elevation is 217 feet (66 m). Show on map
CoosaCoosa is an unincorporated community in Floyd County, Georgia, United States. The community is located at the intersection of Georgia State Route 20 and Georgia State Route 100 north of the Coosa River, 11 miles (18 km) west of Rome. Coosa has a post office with ZIP code 30129, which opened on December 28, 1846. Show on map
GlennGlenn is an unincorporated community in southwestern Heard County, Georgia, United States. It lies along local roads southwest of the city of Franklin, the county seat of Heard County. Its elevation is 820 feet (250 m), and it is located at 33°9′15″N 85°12′11″W / 33.15417°N 85.20306°W (33.1542875, -85.2029992). Show on map
Chattanooga ValleyChattanooga Valley is a census-designated place (CDP) in Walker County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,065 at the 2000 census and 3,846 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Chattanooga, TN–GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Chattanooga is a Muskogean-language name meaning \"rock coming to a point\". Show on map
RockinghamRockingham (also Sallie) is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in central Bacon County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 32 to the east of the city of Alma, the county seat of Bacon County. Its elevation is 194 feet (59 m). As of the 2010 census it had a population of 248. Show on map
Santa ClausSanta Claus is a city in Toombs County, Georgia, United States. The population was 165 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Vidalia Micropolitan Statistical Area. The city has several Christmas-themed street names: Candy Cane Road, December Drive, Rudolph Way, Dancer Street, Prancer Street, and Sleigh Street. Show on map
CulvertonCulverton (also Mount Carmel) is an unincorporated community in Hancock County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 16 to the east of the city of Sparta, the county seat of Hancock County. Its elevation is 554 feet (169 m). The community is part of the Milledgeville Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
AttapulgusAttapulgus is a city in Decatur County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 449. The town's name is an Indian word meaning \"Dogwood\"; due to the abundance of attapulgite, which makes up the clay soil throughout much of the Southeast, the mineral was named after the town. Show on map
Stone MountainStone Mountain is a city in DeKalb County, Georgia, in the United States. The population was 5,802 at the 2010 census. Stone Mountain is located in the eastern part of Dekalb County and is a suburb of the Atlanta metropolitan area. It lies near to but does not include the geological formation Stone Mountain. Show on map
EphesusEphesus is a town in Heard County, Georgia, United States. Originally founded as Loftin, the city was incorporated as Ephesus in 1964. It was named Ephesus because the church and school were called Ephesus Baptist and Ephesus Elementary named for the biblical city. The population was 388 at the 2000 census. Show on map
CaryCary, Georgia, is an unincorporated community located in Bleckley County, GA, at the intersection of Georgia Highway 112 and 3 local county roads. The settlement's name is derived from the first 2 and last 2 letters of the name of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, the Baptist church located at the intersection.There is a small neighborhood known as Cotton Ridge, several house along the highway, and a home located in front of the church. There is a connivence store beside the caution light. Show on map
Dock JunctionDock Junction is a census-designated place (CDP) in Glynn County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the 'Brunswick, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area'. The population was 7,721 at the 2010 census. Its original name was Arco until the seventies, the name deriving from the Atlantic Refining Company. Show on map
MonticelloMonticello is the largest city and the county seat of Jasper County, Georgia, United States. The city includes historic buildings such as the Jasper County Courthouse, Monticello High School and the Monticello Historic District. The population was 2,428 at the 2000 census. It is 61 miles south of Atlanta. Show on map
Whitemarsh IslandWhitemarsh Island (pronounced \"WIT-marsh\") is a census-designated place (CDP) in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 6,792 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The communities of Whitemarsh Island are a relatively affluent suburb of Savannah. Show on map
PembrokePembroke is a small city in Bryan County, Georgia, United States. The population was 2,196 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Bryan County. Pembroke is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Pembroke Historic District is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Fort OglethorpeFort Oglethorpe is a city predominantly in Catoosa County with some portions in Walker County in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 9,263. It is part of the Chattanooga, TN–GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is home to Lakeview – Fort Oglethorpe High School. Show on map
Rock SpringRock Spring is a small unincorporated census county division located in northwest Georgia about 14 miles (23 km) south of Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is in Walker County which resides in Georgia's 9th congressional district. Rock Spring is included in the Chattanooga, TN-GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Johns CreekJohns Creek is a city and an affluent suburb located in Fulton County in the U.S. state of Georgia. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population was 76,728. The city is a northeastern suburb of Atlanta. According to Money magazine, Johns Creek is the 13th highest-earning city in the United States. Show on map
Du PontDu Pont is a town in Clinch County, Georgia, United States. The population was 120 at the 2010 census. According to the 1916 History of Clinch County the town was first settled around 1856 as Lawton, but was renamed in 1874 after J. P. A. DuPont, an early settler. It was incorporated as a city in 1889. Show on map
MeldrimMeldrim is an unincorporated community in Effingham County, Georgia, United States, located about 17 miles northwest of Savannah.It is named for Peter Meldrim, a nineteenth century politician, judge and army officer from Georgia. It is the site of a paper mill, and is noted for a 1959 railway disaster. Show on map
JuniperJuniper is an unincorporated community in Marion County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 355 on the Talbot County line, to the north of the city of Buena Vista, the county seat of Marion County. Its elevation is 413 feet (126 m). It is part of the Columbus, Georgia Metropolitan Area. Show on map
BremenBremen is a village in Haralson and Carroll counties, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the village had a population of 6,227. Most of the village is in Haralson County, with a small portion in Carroll County. Locally the name of the village is pronounced BREE-men. Sharon Sewell is the current mayor. Show on map
North Druid HillsNorth Druid Hills, also known as Briarcliff, is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (North Druid Hills CDP) in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 18,947 at the 2010 census. The center of the area is the intersection of Briarcliff and North Druid Hills Roads. Show on map
RexRex (also known as Hollingsworth) is an unincorporated community in Clayton County, Georgia, United States. Its elevation is 797 feet (243 m). Although Rex is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 30273; the ZCTA for ZIP Code 30273 had a population of 11,412 at the 2000 census. The Historic Rex Village was identified as a place in peril by the 2011 Georgia Historic Trust. Show on map
ClimaxClimax is a city in Decatur County, Georgia, United States. The town was named \"Climax\" because it is located at the highest point of the railroad between Savannah, Georgia, and the Chattahoochee River. The population was 280 at the 2010 census. Climax has been noted for its unusual place name. Show on map
TownsendTownsend is an unincorporated community in McIntosh County, Georgia, United States. It lies along State Route 57 northwest of the city of Darien, the county seat of McIntosh County. Its elevation is 20 feet (6 m). Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 31331. Show on map
EastmanEastman is a city in Dodge County, Georgia, United States. The population was 4,962 at the 2010 census. The city was established in 1872, and is the county seat of Dodge County. The first Stuckey's store, now well known throughout the Southeastern United States, was founded in Eastman in 1937. Show on map
DallasDallas is a city in and the county seat of Paulding County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2014 census, the city had a population of 22,604. The estimated population, as of 2010, was 12,629. It was named for George M. Dallas, Vice President of the United States of America, under James K. Polk. Show on map
DouglasDouglas is a city in Coffee County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 11,589. Douglas is the county seat of Coffee County and the core city of the Douglas, Georgia Micropolitan Statistical Area, which had a population of 50,731 as of the 2010 census. Show on map
States, regions, administrative units in Georgia
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GeorgiaGeorgia (/ˈdʒɔːrdʒə/ JOR-juh) is a state in the southeastern United States. It was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies. Named after King George II of Great Britain, Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, on January 2, 1788. It declared its secession from the Union on January 19, 1861, and was one of the original seven Confederate states. It was the last state to be restored to the Union, on July 15, 1870. Georgia is the 24th largest and the 8th most populous of the 50 United States. From 2007 to 2008, 14 of Georgia's counties ranked among the nation's 100 fastest-growing, second only to Texas. Georgia is known as the Peach State and the Empire State of the South. Atlanta is the state's capital and its most populous city. Show on map
Evans CountyEvans County is a county in the southeastern portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,000. The county seat is Claxton. A bill creating the county was passed in the Georgia General Assembly on August 11, 1914, and later, on November 3, 1914, an amendment was ratified by a vote of the people which formally created the county. The county sits firmly within Georgia's coastal plain region and has predominantly sedimentary rock and red and yellow clays. The Canoochee River is the major body of water flowing through the county. Show on map
Echols CountyEchols County /ˈɛkʊz/ is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,034. The county seat is Statenville. Statenville is a disincorporated municipality. Echols and Webster County are the only two counties in Georgia to currently have no incorporated municipalities. The county was established in 1858 and named in honor of Robert Milner Echols (1798–1847). Echols County is part of the Valdosta, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Forsyth CountyForsyth County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 175,511. The county seat is Cumming. Forsyth County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Cobb CountyCobb County is a suburban county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2015, the population was 741,334, making it Georgia's fourth-most populous county. Its county seat and largest city is Marietta. Cobb County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is situated immediately to the northwest of Atlanta's city limits. Its Cumberland District, an edge city, has over 24,000,000 square feet (2,200,000 m2) of office space. Show on map
DeKalb CountyDeKalb County (/dəˈkæb/ də-KAB) is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 691,893, making it Georgia's third-most populous county. Its county seat is Decatur. DeKalb County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It contains roughly 10% of the city of Atlanta (the other 90% lies in Fulton County). It is Georgia's most diverse county. DeKalb is primarily a suburban county, and is the second-most-affluent county with an African-American majority in the United States, behind Prince George's County, Maryland, in suburban Washington D.C. Show on map
Fayette CountyFayette County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 106,567. Fayette County was established in 1821. The county seat, Fayetteville, was established in 1823. Much of Fayette County is bordered on the east side by the Flint River. Fayette County came into being after the Creek Indian cession of land at Indian Springs, Georgia. Designated in 1821, it and the county seat, Fayetteville, are named for the Marquis de Lafayette, one of General George Washington's ablest lieutenants in the Revolutionary War. Show on map
Bulloch CountyBulloch County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 70,217. The county seat is Statesboro. The county was created on February 8, 1796 from colonial-era St. Phillip's parish. It is named after Archibald Bulloch, a planter from South Carolina who served as Provincial Governor of Georgia. Archibald Bulloch was born in South Carolina but bought a plantation on the Savannah River. Politically active in opposing the British, he became the first provincial governor of Georgia, in January 1776. Show on map
Dade CountyDade County is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia. It occupies the northwest corner of Georgia, and the county's own northwest corner is the westernmost point in the state. As of the 2010 census, the population is 16,633. The county seat and only incorporated municipality is Trenton. Dade County is part of the Chattanooga, TN–GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Henry CountyHenry County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. Per the 2014 census estimate, the population of Henry County is 213,869. The county seat is McDonough. The county was named for Patrick Henry, Revolutionary War firebrand and champion of individual rights, to whom the slogan \"give me liberty, or give me death\" is attributed. Show on map
Baker CountyBaker County is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,451. The county seat and only city is Newton. The county was created December 12, 1825 from the eastern portion of Early County by an act of the Georgia General Assembly and is named for Colonel John Baker, a hero of the American Revolutionary War. Baker County is included in the Albany, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Cherokee CountyCherokee County is a county located in the US state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 214,346. The county seat is Canton. The county is under the jurisdiction of the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office which is headed by Sheriff Roger Garrison. The Cherokee County Sheriff's office is accredited by CALEA. The major cities within the county are under the jurisdiction of police departments such as Woodstock Police, Canton Police, Holly Springs Police, and Ball Ground Police departments. Show on map
Houston CountyHouston County /ˈhaʊstən/ is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 139,900. Its county seat is Perry. The county was created on May 15, 1821, as one of five counties in the state, and later reduced in size with the formation of Bibb, Crawford, Pike, Macon, and Peach counties. It was named after Georgia governor John Houstoun, with the spelling being a common 19th-century variation that later evolved to \"Houston\". The pronunciation, however, remains to this day \"howston.\" The geographic center of the county was given the name Wattsville, which was later changed to Perry. Show on map
Lowndes CountyLowndes County (pronounced Lounds) is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 Census the population was 109,233. The county seat is Valdosta. The county was created December 23, 1825. Lowndes County is included in the Valdosta, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is located along the Florida border. The county is a major commercial, educational, and manufacturing center of south Georgia with considerable forest products including pulpwood and naval stores, such as turpentine and rosin. Part of Grand Bay, a 13,000-acre (53 km2) swamp, is located in Lowndes County. Show on map
Richmond CountyRichmond County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 200,549. It is one of the original counties of Georgia, created February 5, 1777. Following an election in 1995, the city of Augusta (the county seat) consolidated governments with Richmond County. The consolidated entity is known as Augusta-Richmond County, or simply Augusta. The cities of Hephzibah and Blythe in southern Richmond County voted to remain separate and not consolidate. Richmond County is included in the Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Colquitt CountyColquitt County is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 45,498. The county seat is Moultrie. The county was created February 25, 1856 and is named for Walter Terry Colquitt, a U.S. senator. Colquitt County comprises the Moultrie, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. It is the hometown of former U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss. Colquitt County is the home of the Colquitt County Packers and is home to the 1994 Class AAAA and the 2014 and 2015 AAAAAA State Championship Football teams, along with the 1997 and 2003 State Champion Baseball teams. Show on map
Chatham CountyChatham County is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia, and is located on the state's Atlantic coast. The county seat and largest city is Savannah. One of the original counties of Georgia, Chatham County was created February 5, 1777, and is named after William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham. Show on map
Bibb CountyBibb County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 155,547. On July 31, 2012, by a margin of 57% to 43%, voters in the county approved a measure to consolidate Bibb County with the county seat, Macon and dissolve the government of the only other incorporated municipality in the county, Payne City; however, Payne City was officially dissolved by Governor Nathan Deal on March 27, 2015. Bibb County is part of the Macon, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Robert Reichert was the first mayor of Macon-Bibb, January 1, 2014. Show on map
Chattahoochee CountyChattahoochee County, also known as Cusseta-Chattahoochee County, is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,267. The county seat is Cusseta, with which the county shares a consolidated city-county government. Despite the city-county government Cusseta is not coterminous with the county; it remains a geographically distinct municipality within the county. The county was created on February 13, 1854. Chattahoochee County is included in the Columbus, GA-AL Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Franklin CountyFranklin County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 22,084. The county seat is Carnesville. On February 25, 1784 Franklin and Washington became Georgia's eighth and ninth counties, with Franklin named in honor of patriot Benjamin Franklin. In its original form, Franklin County included all of the territory now in Banks, Barrow, Clarke, Jackson, Oconee, and Stephens counties, and parts of the modern-day Gwinnett, Hall, Hart, and Madison counties, as well as three counties that are now part of South Carolina. Show on map
Hart CountyHart County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 25,213. The county seat is Hartwell. Hart County was created December 7, 1853 and named for Nancy Hart. Of Georgia's 159 counties, Hart County is the only one named after a woman. Lake Hartwell is also named for her. Letters to Miss Celie in the movie The Color Purple (film) by Steven Spielberg, based on the novel The Color Purple by Alice Walker, are addressed to \"Hartwell County, Georgia\" suggesting that the movie is set either in Hartwell or Hart County. Show on map
Harris CountyHarris County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia; its western border is formed by the Chattahoochee River. As of the 2010 census, the population was 32,024. The county seat is Hamilton. The county was created on December 14, 1827 and named for Charles Harris, a Georgia judge and attorney. Show on map
Muscogee CountyMuscogee County is a county located on the central western border of the U.S. state of Georgia; its western border with the state of Alabama is formed by the Chattahoochee River. As of the 2010 census, the population was 189,885. Its county seat and only city is Columbus, with which it has been a consolidated city-county since the beginning of 1971. Muscogee County is part of Columbus, GA-AL Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Dooly CountyDooly County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,918. The county seat is Vienna. The county was created by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on May 15, 1821 and named for Colonel John Dooly, a Georgia American revolutionary war fighter. It was one of the original landlot counties created from land ceded from the Creek Nation. The entire county of Crisp and parts of Macon, Pulaski, Turner, Wilcox and Worth counties were formed from Dooly's original borders. Show on map
Ben Hill CountyBen Hill County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 17,634. The county seat is Fitzgerald. The constitutional amendment to create the county was proposed July 31, 1906 and ratified November 6, 1906. The county is named after Benjamin Harvey Hill, a former Confederate and United States Senator. Ben Hill County comprises the Fitzgerald, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. The Ben Hill County Courthouse and Ben Hill County Jail are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Chattooga CountyChattooga County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 26,015. The county seat is Summerville. The county was created on December 28, 1838. Chattooga County comprises the Summerville, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Rome-Summerville Combined Statistical Area. Summerville is the site of the Chattooga County Courthouse. The county is home to several properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Chattooga County, Georgia. Show on map
Butts CountyButts County is a county located in the central part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,655. The county seat is Jackson. The county was created on December 24, 1825. Butts County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 2010, the center of population of Georgia was located in the northeastern portion of the county. Butts County has one radio station: WJGA FM 92.1 and one local newspaper, the Jackson Progress-Argus. Show on map
Meriwether CountyMeriwether County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,992. The county seat is Greenville, home of the Meriwether County Courthouse. The county was formed on December 14, 1827 as the 73rd county in Georgia. It was named for David Meriwether, a general in the American Revolutionary War and member of Congress from Georgia. Meriwether County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Polk CountyPolk County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 41,475. The county seat is Cedartown. The county was created on December 20, 1851 by an act of the Georgia General Assembly and named after James K. Polk, the eleventh President of the United States. Polk County comprises the Cedartown, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area Show on map
Catoosa CountyCatoosa County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 63,942. The county seat is Ringgold. The county was created on December 5, 1853. The meaning of the Cherokee language name \"Catoosa\" is obscure. Catoosa County is part of the Chattanooga, TN–GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. On April 27, 2011 a devastating tornado touched down in the town of Ringgold, located in Catoosa County, leaving a path of severe destruction. Show on map
Lincoln CountyLincoln County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,996. The county seat is Lincolnton. The county was created on February 20, 1796. Lincoln County is included in the Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Savannah River forming its northeastern border. Located above the fall line, it is part of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) and a member of the CSRA Regional Development Center. Show on map
Fulton CountyFulton County is a county in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of 2015 estimates, the population was 1,010,562 making it Georgia's most populous county and the only county with over 1 million inhabitants. Its county seat is Atlanta, the state capital since 1868. Ninety percent of the City of Atlanta is within Fulton County (the other 10% lies within DeKalb County). Fulton County is the principal county of the Atlanta metropolitan area. Fulton County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Peach CountyPeach County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 27,695. Its county seat is Fort Valley. Founded in 1924, it is the state's newest county, taken from Houston and Macon counties on July 8 of that year. Its namesake is the peach, Georgia's most famous crop. Peach County is included in the Warner Robins, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Macon-Warner Robins, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Bryan CountyBryan County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 30,233. The county seat is Pembroke. Bryan County is part of the Savannah, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bryan County is separated into two parts (North Bryan and South Bryan) due to the location of Fort Stewart in the middle of the county. The Bryan County Courthouse (Pembroke, Georgia) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Walker CountyWalker County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 68,756. The county seat is LaFayette. The county was created on December 18, 1833, from land formerly belonging to the Cherokee Indian Nation. Walker County is part of the Chattanooga, TN–GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Walker County is one of only nine counties in the United States still employing the sole commissioner form of government. Show on map
Camden CountyCamden County is a county located in the southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Georgia. According to the 2010 Census, the population was 50,513. Its county seat is Woodbine, and the largest city is St. Marys. It is one of the original counties of Georgia, created February 5, 1777. It is the 11th largest county in the state of Georgia by area, and the 41st largest by population Camden County comprises the St. Marys, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Jacksonville-St. Marys-Palatka, FL-GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Ware CountyWare County is a county located in the southeast of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 36,312. The county seat is Waycross. Ware County is part of the Waycross, Georgia Micropolitan Statistical Area. By geographic area, Ware County is the largest Georgia county. There's a local saying that the county seat of Waycross is \"the largest city in the largest county in the largest state, east of the Mississippi\". Show on map
Columbia CountyColumbia County is a county located in the US state of Georgia. As of 2013, the population was 135,416. The legal county seat is Appling, but the location of Columbia County's government and courts is Evans. Columbia County is included in the Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metropolitan Statistical Area, and is currently one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States. It is located along the Savannah River. Show on map
Effingham CountyEffingham County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 52,250. The seat is Springfield. Effingham County is included in the Savannah, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 2008, Effingham County was ranked as the sixth fastest-growing midsize county in the nation from 2000 to 2007 by the U.S. Census Bureau. The county had a 35.1% growth rate over that period. Show on map
Laurens CountyLaurens County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 48,434. The county seat is Dublin. The county was founded on December 10, 1807, and named after Lieutenant Colonel John Laurens, an American soldier and statesman from South Carolina during the American Revolutionary War. Laurens County is part of the Dublin, Georgia Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
White CountyWhite County is a county located in the northeast corner of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 27,144. The county seat is Cleveland. The county was created on December 22, 1857 from part of Habersham County and named for Newton County Representative David T. White, who helped a Habersham representative successfully attain passage of an act creating the new county. Show on map
Brooks CountyBrooks County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,243. The county seat is Quitman. The county was created in 1858 from portions of Lowndes and Thomas counties by an act of the Georgia General Assembly and is named in honor of U.S. Representative Preston Brooks from South Carolina, who physically assaulted Charles Sumner, an older congressman from Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives after an argument about slavery. Show on map
Marion CountyMarion County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 Census reflected a population of 8,742. The county seat is Buena Vista. The county was created on December 14, 1827. The county was named for General Francis Marion of South Carolina. Marion County is included in the Columbus, GA-AL Metropolitan Statistical Area. The art site of Pasaquan is located in Marion County. Show on map
Paulding CountyPaulding County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 142,324. The county seat is Dallas. Paulding County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is in Georgia's 14th congressional district. The Paulding County Courthouse (Dallas, Georgia) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Wilkes CountyWilkes County is a county located in the east central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,593. The county seat is the city of Washington. Referred to as \"Washington-Wilkes\", the county seat and county are commonly treated as a single entity by locals, including the area's historical society and the Chamber of Commerce. It is part of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). Show on map
Gwinnett CountyGwinnett County is a county in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 859,304, making it the second-most populous county in Georgia. Its county seat is Lawrenceville. The county is named for Button Gwinnett, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Gwinnett County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Oglethorpe CountyOglethorpe County is a county located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,899. The county seat is Lexington. Oglethorpe County is included in the Athens-Clarke County, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. It is the largest county in Northeast Georgia. Show on map
Lanier CountyLanier County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,078. The county seat and only incorporated municipality is Lakeland. The county is named after the Georgia poet Sidney Lanier. Lanier County is part of the Valdosta, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Lanier shares Moody Air Force Base with Lowndes County on its western boundary. Show on map
Twiggs CountyTwiggs County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,023. The county seat is Jeffersonville. The county was created on December 14, 1809 and named for American Revolutionary War general John Twiggs. Twiggs County is included in the Macon, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Twiggs County Courthouse is located in Jeffersonville. Show on map
Madison CountyMadison County is a county located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,120. The county seat is Danielsville. The county was created on December 5, 1811. Madison County was included in the Athens-Clarke County, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Cook CountyCook County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 17,212. The county seat is Adel. The constitutional amendment to create the county was proposed July 30, 1918, and ratified November 5, 1918. It is named for former Civil War general Philip Cook of the Confederate States Army. Reed Bingham State Park is in Cook County. Show on map
Clarke CountyClarke County is a county in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 116,714. Its county seat is Athens, with which it is a consolidated city-county. Clarke County is included in the Athens-Clarke County, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Spalding CountySpalding County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 64,073. The county seat is Griffin. The county was created December 20, 1851 and named for former United States representative and senator Thomas Spalding. Spalding County county is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Tattnall CountyTattnall County is a county located in the southeast portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 25,520. The county seat is Reidsville. The county was created on December 5, 1801 from part of Montgomery County, Georgia by the Georgia General Assembly. It is located within the Magnolia Midlands, a part of the Historic South region. Show on map
Whitfield CountyWhitfield County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census shows a population of 102,599. The county seat is Dalton. The county was created on December 30, 1851. Whitfield County is part of the Dalton, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Chattanooga-Cleveland-Dalton, TN-GA-AL Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Upson CountyUpson County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 27,153. The county seat is Thomaston. The county was created on December 15, 1824. Upson County comprises the Thomaston, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Berrien CountyBerrien County is a county located in the south central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 19,286. The county seat is Nashville. The county was created February 25, 1856 out of portions of Coffee, Irwin and Lowndes Counties by an act of the Georgia General Assembly. It is named after Georgia senator John M. Berrien. Show on map
Heard CountyHeard County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,834. The county seat is Franklin. The county was created on December 22, 1830. Heard County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Heard County is the only county in Georgia that does not have a railroad. Show on map
Schley CountySchley County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. (Schley is properly pronounced \"sly\", as this is the correct pronunciation of Gov. William Schley, for whom the county is named). As of the 2010 census, the county's population was 5,010. The county seat is Ellaville. Schley County is part of the Americus, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Quitman CountyQuitman County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 2,513, making it the second-least populous county in Georgia. The county seat is Georgetown. The county was created on December 10, 1858 and named after General John A. Quitman, leader in the Mexican-American War, and once Governor of Mississippi. Show on map
McDuffie CountyMcDuffie County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,875. The county seat is Thomson. The county was created on October 18, 1870 and named after the South Carolina governor and senator George McDuffie. McDuffie County is part of the Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Haralson CountyHaralson County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,780. The county seat is Buchanan. The county was created on January 26, 1856 and was named for Hugh A. Haralson, a former Georgia congressman. Haralson County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Clinch CountyClinch County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,798. The county seat is Homerville. The county was created on February 14, 1850, named in honor of Duncan Lamont Clinch. With just 8.5 people per square mile (land), Clinch has one of the lowest population densities of any county in Georgia. Show on map
Early CountyEarly County is a county located in the southwest of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,008. The county seat is Blakely, home of the Early County Courthouse. Created by European Americans on December 15, 1818, it was named for Peter Early. The county is bordered on the west by the Chattahoochee River. Show on map
Oconee CountyOconee County is a county located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 32,808. The county seat is Watkinsville. Oconee County is included in the Athens-Clarke County, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Rabun CountyRabun County is the northeasternmost county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,276. The county seat is Clayton. With an average annual rainfall of over 70 inches (1,800 mm), Rabun County has the title of the rainiest county in Georgia and one of the rainiest counties east of the Mississippi River. Show on map
Bartow CountyBartow County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 100,157. The county seat is Cartersville. Traditionally considered part of northwest Georgia, Bartow County is now included in the Atlanta metropolitan area, mainly in the southeastern part near Cartersville, which has become an exurb more than 40 miles or nearly 70 kilometers from downtown Atlanta on I-75. It has a sole commissioner government, and is the largest county by population of the few remaining in Georgia with a sole commissioner. Show on map
Atkinson CountyAtkinson County is a county located in the southeastern portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,375. The county seat is Pearson. The county was formed in 1917 from parts of Coffee and Clinch Counties. It is named for William Yates Atkinson, Democratic governor of Georgia from 1894 to 1898. Show on map
Worth CountyWorth County is a county located in the south central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,679. The county seat is Sylvester. Worth County is included in the Albany, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county is called the \"Peanut Capital\" because of its massive peanut industry. Show on map
Long CountyLong County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,464. The county seat is Ludowici. The constitutional amendment to create the county was proposed August 14, 1920, and ratified November 2, 1920. Long County is part of the Hinesville, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Bacon CountyBacon County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,096. The county seat is Alma. The constitutional amendment to create the county was proposed July 7, 1914, and ratified November 3, 1914. It is named after Augustus Bacon, a former United States Senator from Georgia. Show on map
Hall CountyHall County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 179,684. The county seat is Gainesville. Hall County comprises the Gainesville, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also part of the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Jackson CountyJackson County is a county located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 60,485. The county seat is Jefferson. Jackson County comprises the Jefferson, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Troup CountyTroup County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 67,044. The county seat is LaGrange. Troup County comprises the LaGrange, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Putnam CountyPutnam County is a county located in the Piedmont region of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,218. The county seat is Eatonton. Since the early 21st century, the county has had a housing boom. It has proximity to Lake Oconee, a recreation site, as well as to major employment centers such as Atlanta, Athens, and Macon. Show on map
Taliaferro CountyTaliaferro County /ˈtɒlɪvər/ is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,717, making it the least populous county in Georgia and the second-least populous county east of the Mississippi River (after Issaquena County, Mississippi). The county seat is Crawfordville. Show on map
Crisp CountyCrisp County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,439. The county seat is Cordele. The county was created on August 17, 1905 and named for Charles Frederick Crisp. Crisp County comprises the Cordele, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Liberty CountyLiberty County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 63,453. The county seat is Hinesville. Liberty County is part of the Hinesville, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Savannah-Hinesville-Statesboro, Georgia Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Clayton CountyClayton County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 259,424. The county seat is Jonesboro. Clayton County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the home of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Show on map
Carroll CountyCarroll County is a county located in the northwestern part of the State of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, its population was about 110,527. Its county seat is the town of Carrollton. Carroll County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is located just east of the boundary with Alabama. Show on map
Pulaski CountyPulaski County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,010. The county seat is Hawkinsville. Pulaski County is included in the Warner Robins, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Macon-Warner Robins, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Gordon CountyGordon County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 55,186. The county seat is Calhoun. Gordon County comprises the Calhoun, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Murray CountyMurray County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 39,628. The county seat is Chatsworth. Murray County is part of the Dalton, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Chattanooga-Cleveland-Dalton, TN-GA-AL Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Gilmer CountyGilmer County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,292. The county seat is Ellijay. The county was created on December 3, 1832 and was named for George Rockingham Gilmer. Gilmer County is home of the Apple Festival, a yearly event held in mid-October. Show on map
Habersham CountyHabersham County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 43,041. The county seat is Clarkesville. The county was created on December 15, 1818, and named for Colonel Joseph Habersham. Habersham County comprises the Cornelia, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Turner CountyTurner County is a county located in the south central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,930. The county seat is Ashburn. The county was created on August 18, 1905, and named for Henry Gray Turner, U.S. representative and Georgia state Supreme Court justice. Show on map
Banks CountyBanks County is a county located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 18,395. The county seat is Homer. The Old Banks County Courthouse is located in Homer, Georgia and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A newer county courthouse was constructed in 1983. Show on map
Washington CountyWashington County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,187. The county seat is Sandersville. The county was established on February 25, 1784. It was named for Revolutionary War general (and later President of the United States) George Washington. Show on map
Decatur CountyDecatur County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 27,842. The county seat is Bainbridge. Decatur County comprises the Bainbridge, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Tallahassee-Bainbridge, FL-GA Combined Statistical Area. Show on map
Hancock CountyHancock County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,429. The county seat is Sparta. The county was created on December 17, 1793 and named for John Hancock. Hancock County is included in the Milledgeville, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Monroe CountyMonroe County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 26,424. The county seat is Forsyth. The county was created on May 15, 1821. The county was named for James Monroe. Monroe County is included in the Macon, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Sumter CountySumter County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 32,819. The county seat is Americus. The county was created on December 26, 1831. Sumter County is part of the Americus, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Irwin CountyIrwin County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,538. The county seat is Ocilla. The county was created on December 15, 1818. It was named for Governor Jared Irwin. In the last years of the American Civil War, Irwin County gained the nickname of the Republic of Irwin due to the Unionism of many of its residents. The location where Jefferson Davis was captured is located in Irwin County near Irwinville. Show on map
Miller CountyMiller County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,125. The county seat is Colquitt. The county was created on February 26, 1856 and named after Andrew Jackson Miller (1806 – 56), president of the Medical College of Georgia. Show on map
Jeff Davis CountyJeff Davis County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 15,068. The county seat is Hazlehurst. The county was created on August 18, 1905 and named for Jefferson Davis, the only Confederate president. Show on map
Burke CountyBurke County is a county located along the eastern border of the U.S. state of Georgia in the Piedmont. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,316. The county seat is Waynesboro. Burke County is part of the Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Warren CountyWarren County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,834. The county seat is Warrenton. The county was created on December 19, 1793 and is named after General Joseph Warren, who was killed in the Battle of Bunker Hill. Show on map
Dodge CountyDodge County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of 2010, the population was 21,796. The county seat is Eastman. Dodge County lies in the Historic South region of Georgia, an area that has architectural wonders and shows the cultural aspects of the South. Show on map
Greene CountyGreene County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 15,994. The county seat is Greensboro. The county was created on February 3, 1786 and is named for Nathanael Greene, an American Revolutionary War major general. Show on map
Dougherty CountyDougherty County is a county located in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 94,565. The county seat and sole incorporated city is Albany. Dougherty County is included in the Albany, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Jefferson CountyJefferson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,930. The county seat is Louisville. The county was created on February 20, 1796 and named for Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States. Show on map
Towns CountyTowns County is a county located on the northern border of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,471. Its county seat is Hiawassee. The county was created on March 6, 1856 and named for United States lawyer, legislator, and politician George W. Towns. Show on map
Wilkinson CountyWilkinson County, established in 1803 and named for General James Wilkinson (1757-1825), is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,563. The county seat is Irwinton. The county was created on May 11, 1803. Show on map
Toombs CountyToombs County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 26,067. The county seat is Lyons. The county was created on August 18, 1905. Toombs County is part of the Vidalia, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Treutlen CountyTreutlen County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,885. The county seat is Soperton. It is host to the Million Pines Arts and Crafts Festival which occurs during the first weekend in November. Show on map
Jenkins CountyJenkins County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,340. The county seat is Millen. The county was created on August 17, 1905 and named after the 44th Governor of Georgia, Charles Jones Jenkins. Show on map
Mitchell CountyMitchell County is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,498. The county seat is Camilla. Mitchell County was created on December 21, 1857. It was named for David Brydie Mitchell, 27th Governor of Georgia. Show on map
Jasper CountyJasper County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,900. The county seat is Monticello. Jasper County is part of the very large Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Douglas CountyDouglas County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 132,403. The county seat is Douglasville. Douglas County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Terrell CountyTerrell County is a county located in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,315. The county seat is Dawson. Terrell County is included in the Albany, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Rockdale CountyRockdale County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 85,215. The county seat is Conyers. Rockdale County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Dawson CountyDawson County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 22,330. The county seat is Dawsonville. Dawson County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Glascock CountyGlascock County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,082, making it the fourth-least populous county in Georgia. The county seat is Gibson. The county was created on December 19, 1857. Show on map
Lamar CountyLamar County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 18,317. The county seat is Barnesville. Lamar County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Newton CountyNewton County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 99,958. The county seat is Covington. Newton County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Coweta CountyCoweta County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 127,317. The county seat is Newnan. Coweta County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Barrow CountyBarrow County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 69,367. The county seat is Winder. Barrow County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Pickens CountyPickens County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 29,431. The county seat is Jasper. Pickens County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Tift CountyTift County is a county located in the south central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 40,118. The county seat is Tifton. Tift County comprises the Tifton, Georgia Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Candler CountyCandler County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,998. The county seat is Metter. The county was founded in 1914 and named for Allen D. Candler, the 56th governor of Georgia. Show on map
Walton CountyWalton County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 83,768. The county seat is Monroe. Walton County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Floyd CountyFloyd County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 96,317. The county seat is Rome. Floyd County comprises the Rome, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Pike CountyPike County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 17,869. The county seat is Zebulon. Pike County is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Jones CountyJones County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,669. The county seat is Gray. The county was created on December 10, 1807 and named after U.S. Representative James Jones. Show on map
Webster CountyWebster County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 Census reflected a population of 2,799, making it the third-least populous county in Georgia. The county seat is Preston. Show on map
Baldwin CountyBaldwin County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 46,337. The county seat is Milledgeville. Baldwin County is part of the Milledgeville, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Wheeler CountyWheeler County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,421. The county seat is Alamo. The county's per-capita income makes it the second poorest county in the United States. Show on map
Elbert CountyElbert County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 20,166. The county seat is Elberton. The county was established on December 10, 1790 and was named for Samuel Elbert. Show on map
McIntosh CountyMcIntosh County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,333. The county seat is Darien. McIntosh County is included in the Brunswick, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Crawford CountyCrawford County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,630. The county seat is Knoxville. Crawford County is included in the Macon, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Thomas CountyThomas County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census the population was 44,720. The county seat is Thomasville. Thomas County comprises the Thomasville, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Brantley CountyBrantley County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 18,411. The county seat is Nahunta. Brantley County is part of the Brunswick, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Johnson CountyJohnson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,980. The county seat is Wrightsville. Johnson County is part of the Dublin, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Montgomery CountyMontgomery County is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,123. The county seat is Mount Vernon. Montgomery County is part of the Vidalia, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Pierce CountyPierce County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 18,758. The county seat is Blackshear. Pierce County is part of the Waycross, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Glynn CountyGlynn County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 79,626. The county seat is Brunswick. Glynn County is part of the Brunswick, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Stewart CountyStewart County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,058. The county seat is Lumpkin. The county was created on December 23, 1830. Show on map
Stephens CountyStephens County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 26,175. The county seat is Toccoa. Stephens County comprises the Toccoa, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Coffee CountyCoffee County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 42,356. The county seat is Douglas. Coffee County comprises the Douglas, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Lee CountyLee County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,298. Its county seat is Leesburg. Lee County is included in the Albany, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Wayne CountyWayne County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 30,099. The county seat is Jesup. Wayne County comprises the Jesup, Georgia Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Union CountyUnion County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,356. The county seat is Blairsville. Its Sole commissioner is Lamar Paris, who has served since 2001. Show on map
Macon CountyMacon County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,740. The county seat is Oglethorpe. The Macon County Courthouse is located in Oglethorpe, Georgia. Show on map
Clay CountyClay County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,183, making it the fifth-least populous county in Georgia. The county seat is Fort Gaines. Show on map
Fannin CountyFannin County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,682. The county seat is Blue Ridge. The county was created on January 21, 1854. Show on map
Calhoun CountyCalhoun County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,694. The county seat is Morgan. The county was created on February 20, 1854. Show on map
Taylor CountyTaylor County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,906. The county seat and largest city is Butler. Show on map
Talbot CountyTalbot County is a county located in the west central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. The 2010 census showed a population of 6,865. The county seat and largest city is Talbotton. Show on map
Seminole CountySeminole County is a county located in the southwestern corner of U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,729. The county seat is Donalsonville. Show on map
Randolph CountyRandolph County is a county located in the southwestern portion of the US state of Georgia and is considered part of the Black Belt, historically an area of plantations. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,719., less than half its peak population in 1910, when there were numerous agricultural workers. The county seat is Cuthbert. Show on map
Charlton CountyCharlton County is the southernmost county of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,171. The county seat is Folkston. Show on map
Morgan CountyMorgan County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 17,868. The county seat is Madison, Georgia. Show on map
Emanuel CountyEmanuel County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 22,598. The county seat is Swainsboro. Show on map
Lumpkin CountyLumpkin County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 29,966. Its county seat is Dahlonega. Show on map
Screven CountyScreven County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,593. The county seat is Sylvania. Show on map
Bleckley CountyBleckley County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,063. The county seat is Cochran. Show on map
Wilcox CountyWilcox County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,255. The county seat is Abbeville. Show on map
Appling CountyAppling County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 18,236. The county seat is Baxley. Show on map
Telfair CountyTelfair County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,500. The county seat is McRae. Show on map
Grady CountyGrady County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 25,011. The county seat is Cairo. Show on map
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Barron StadiumBarron Stadium is a 6,500-seat football field and track & field stadium in Rome, Georgia. It is home to the Shorter University Hawks and Rome High School Wolves football teams. The stadium hosted the NAIA Football National Championship from 2008-2013. The facility hosted the NCCAA Victory Bowl and NCCAA track championships for the first time in 2013. Shorter University has contracts to host the preceding events through 2015. There are also tennis courts located at the stadium complex. Show on map
Crestwood High SchoolCrestwood High School, on Colonel Drive (Dunwoody, Georgia, United States) in what is now known as Sandy Springs, opened in the Fall of 1972 to relieve overcrowding at nearby Roswell High School and North Springs High School. By the late seventies and early eighties however, Crestwood became more integrated in both teachers and students. In 1975 Crestwood graduated its first class of seniors, which included Peter Buck who would become lead guitarist and composer for the Athens GA-based rock band, R.E.M. Its first graduate to receive a diploma at commencement ceremonies was Scott N. Madigan. Show on map
Smyrna Public LibraryThe Smyrna Public Library is an independent, city-operated library in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is located at 100 Village Green Circle in downtown Smyrna, Georgia. It is the only public library in the county which has not joined the Cobb County Public Library System. The city council secured Works Projects Administration funds to help finance the project. The monthly income was 30 dollars: 20 from the WPA and five dollars from each of the clubs. This contract was renewed each year until the WPA was abolished in the 1940s. Show on map
University of GeorgiaThe University of Georgia, founded in 1785, and commonly referred to as UGA or simply Georgia, is an American public Land-grant, Regional Sun Grant, National Sea Grant, and National Space Grant research university. Its primary location is a 762-acre (3.08 km2) campus adjacent to the college town of Athens, Georgia, approximately an hour's drive from the global city of Atlanta. It is a flagship university that is ranked tied for 18th overall among all public national universities in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report rankings. The university is classified in the highest ranking, \"R-1: Doctoral Universities – Highest Research Activity\", with a \"More Selective\" student body by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Show on map
Paulding Northwest Atlanta AirportSilver Comet Field at Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport (also known as Silver Comet Field) (ICAO: KPUJ, FAA LID: PUJ) is a small public use airport in Paulding County, Georgia, United States. Formerly known as Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport and Paulding County Regional Airport, it is owned by the Paulding County Board of Commissioners. The airport is located in Dallas, Georgia, 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Atlanta. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
WRGA-AM (Rome)WRGA AM 1470 and W254CF FM 98.7 ( \"News Talk 98.7 and AM 1470 \") is a radio station broadcasting a news talk information format. Licensed to serve Rome, Georgia, USA, the station serves Floyd and adjacent counties of northwest Georgia and a sliver of northeast Alabama. The station is currently owned by Rome Radio Partners, LLC and features programing from ABC Radio and CNN Radio. Show on map
Emory UniversityEmory University is a private research university in metropolitan Atlanta, located in the Druid Hills section of DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The university was founded as Emory College in 1836 in Oxford, Georgia by the Methodist Episcopal Church and was named in honor of Methodist bishop John Emory. In 1915, the college relocated to metropolitan Atlanta and was rechartered as Emory University. The university is the second-oldest private institution of higher education in Georgia and among the fifty oldest private universities in the United States. Show on map
Atlanta Civic CenterThe Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center is a theater located in Atlanta, Georgia. The theater, which seats 4,600, regularly hosts touring productions of Broadway musicals, concerts, seminars, comedy acts, and high school graduations and commencement ceremonies for Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. In addition to performances, the civic center can host conferences and exhibits as well, with 5,800 square feet (540 m²) of meeting space. The civic center is owned and operated by the Atlanta city government’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, but brings in enough revenue to be self-supporting . Show on map
WGKA-AM (Atlanta)WGKA AM, \"The Answer\", is a radio station based in Atlanta, Georgia which broadcasts a syndicated talk radio format. It is owned by Salem Communications and has many of the same hosts, such as William Bennett, Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, Dennis Prager, and Mike Gallagher, heard on other Salem-owned radio stations across the U.S.. Weekends consist of local hosts Sam Memmolo & Sam Mahdavi (Auto Repair), Bob & The Rodman (Home Repair), John Adams (Real Estate) Gene Henssler (Financial Advice) and Dishing With Donna (Food). On January 5, 2015 WGKA rebranded as \"920 The Answer\". Show on map
WGTV-TV (Athens)WGTV channel 8 is the metro Atlanta station and flagship for Georgia Public Broadcasting (formerly Georgia Public Television), Georgia's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) state network. The station transmits from the top of Stone Mountain in state-owned Stone Mountain Park, located just east of Atlanta in Stone Mountain, Georgia. (It shares this short broadcast tower with NOAA Weather Radio station KEC80, and formerly with WABE FM 90.1.) The city of license is Athens, Georgia, a legacy of its early years as a service of the University of Georgia. It is considered the primary (\"parent\") station for one (originally two) low power television (LPTV) broadcast translator, in the north Georgia mountains. Eight other full-power stations also simulcast the network across the state, originally rela Show on map
Savannah International AirportSavannah/Hilton Head International Airport (IATA: SAV, ICAO: KSAV, FAA LID: SAV) is a public and military use airport owned by the City of Savannah and managed by the Savannah Airport Commission. The airport is located seven nautical miles (8 mi, 13 km) northwest of the central business district of Savannah, a city in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. It had been known as Savannah International Airport, Travis Field and Chatham Field. The airport is just off Interstate 95, between Savannah and the city of Pooler, Georgia. It is the chief commercial airport for the three-county Savannah metropolitan area, although nearly 40 percent of the airport's total passenger traffic is bound for Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, located approximately 38.5 miles (approx. 42 minutes) away by car Show on map
Atlanta Athletic ClubThe Atlanta Athletic Club (AAC), founded in 1898, is a private athletic club in Johns Creek, Georgia, a suburb 23 miles north of Atlanta. The original home of the club was a 10-story building located on Carnegie Way, and in 1904 a golf course was built on Atlanta's East Lake property. In 1908, John Heisman (the Auburn and Georgia Tech football coach for whom the Heisman Trophy was named) was hired as the AAC athletic director. The AAC has two 18-hole golf courses, a health center, indoor and outdoor tennis, a par-3 course, Olympic-sized pool, as well as dining. Show on map
Spelman CollegeSpelman College is a four-year liberal arts women's college located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The college is part of the Atlanta University Center academic consortium in Atlanta. Founded in 1881 as the Atlanta Baptist Female Seminary, Spelman was the fourth historically black female institution of higher education to receive its collegiate charter in 1924. It thus holds the distinction of being one of America's oldest historically black colleges for women. Show on map
Mercer UniversityMercer University is the oldest private university in Georgia with its main campus in Macon, Georgia, United States. Mercer enrolls more than 8,500 students in 12 colleges and schools: liberal arts, business, engineering, education, music, continuing and professional studies, law, theology, medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and health professions. Mercer is a member of the Georgia Research Alliance and has a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest collegiate honors society. Show on map
Stratford AcademyStratford Academy is an independent school near Macon, Georgia, United States. Stratford was founded in 1960 by a group of Macon parents who felt that the central Georgia area needed an independent college preparatory school. In September 1960, the school opened its doors to 117 students and 17 faculty members in the antebellum Overlook Mansion on Coleman Hill in Macon's historic district. Thirteen students became Stratford's first alumni in 1962, and since that time more than 2,700 young people have been graduated from the school. Show on map
Piedmont Driving ClubThe Piedmont Driving Club is a private social club with two club houses in Atlanta, Georgia. It has enjoyed a reputation as one of the most prestigious private clubs in the South. Founded in 1887 originally as the Gentlemen's Driving Club, the name reflected the interest of the members to \"drive\" their horse & carriages on the club grounds (see driving club). The club later briefly used the adjacent grounds as a golf course until it sold the land to the city in 1904 to create Piedmont Park. The club admitted its first black member in 1994. Show on map
Georgia Institute of TechnologyThe Georgia Institute of Technology (commonly referred to as Georgia Tech, Tech, or GT) is a public research university in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States. It is a part of the University System of Georgia and has satellite campuses in Savannah, Georgia; Metz, France; Athlone, Ireland; Shenzhen, China; and Singapore. Show on map
Atlanta Metropolitan CollegeAtlanta Metropolitan State College is a state college in the University System of Georgia, United States. Located along the Metropolitan Parkway corridor in southwest Atlanta, Atlanta Metropolitan College is a four-year urban, commuter campus providing an education to students who primarily come from metropolitan Atlanta. Its educational programs are for students interested in earning an associate degree or preparing to move on to a four-year institution. The campus is nestled on 79 acres (320,000 m2). Six buildings house classrooms, administrative offices and student common areas. Show on map
Henry W Grady High SchoolHenry W. Grady High School is located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It is one of the first two high schools established by Atlanta Public Schools in 1872. Initially known as Boys High School, it had a Technical Department which expanded in 1909 to became a separate school: Tech High. Boys High moved to the current campus site in 1924. The 1924 structure (the wing of the campus facing Charles Allen Dr.) still stands, and has been renovated three times (1950, 1987, and 2004). Between 1909 and 1924, Tech High also moved to the campus' current location. Tech High and Boys High merged in 1947 to form Henry Woodfin Grady High School, named for the proponent of the \"New South\" after the Civil War and one of Georgia's most celebrated journalists. Vincent Murray, PhD, served as the school's p Show on map
WHSG-TV (Monroe)WHSG-TV is a Trinity Broadcasting Network owned-and-operated station in Atlanta, Georgia television station on digital channel 44 (redirecting to former analog channel 63 via PSIP). It is licensed to Monroe, while its studios are located in TBN's facility in Decatur. Because it airs no local content (except for local insertion of the required station ID), it is not carried as a local channel on DirecTV; the national TBN feed is already available. Conversely, WUVM-LP 4 is carried on DirecTV instead. Show on map
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International AirportHartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (IATA: ATL, ICAO: KATL, FAA LID: ATL), known locally as Atlanta Airport, Hartsfield, or Hartsfield–Jackson, is an international airport located seven miles (11 km) south of the central business district of Atlanta, in the U.S. state of Georgia. It has been the world's busiest airport by passenger traffic since 1998, and by number of landings and take-offs from 2005 to 2013, and in 2015. Hartsfield–Jackson held its ranking as the world's busiest airport in 2012, both in passengers and number of flights, by accommodating 100 million passengers (more than 260,000 passengers daily) and 950,119 flights. Many of the nearly one million flights are domestic flights from within the United States, where Atlanta serves as a major hub for travel through Show on map
WJSP-TV (Columbus)WJSP-TV 23 (DTV 28.1/2/3), part of the Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member Public broadcasting network, serves Columbus, Georgia and the surrounding west-central Georgia and far east-central Alabama region. The transmitter and radio antenna are located just south of Warm Springs on the same radio tower as WJSP-FM 88.1. It's one of only two GPB stations actually licensed to a major Georgia city, the other being WVAN-TV in Savannah. However, to conform to GPB's pattern of naming two cities in station IDs, the station's shown as \"WJSP-DT 28, Columbus/Warm Springs\". Show on map
WTWA-AM (Thomson)WTWA (1240 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Thomson, Georgia, USA. The station is owned by Camellia City Communications, Inc. It airs an Oldies music format. WTWA was built and co-owned by Walter J. Brown of Spartanburg, SC. Brown owned and operated WORD there. Brown's partner (and general manager) in WTWA was Edgar J. Kobak, former president of the Mutual Broadcasting System (and WTWA was a Mutual affiliate from the day it signed on until the network went silent). When WTWA debuted January 10, 1948, Thomson, Georgia. was the smallest (in population) town in the USA to have a radio station. Broadcasting magazine described WTWA as \"an experiment in small-station operation which may indicate whether local stations can survive in county seats of about 5,000 population.\" Show on map
WAYX-AM (Waycross)WAYX (1230 AM), 96.3 FM, and WAYX.com is a radio station broadcasting a Country Music format. WAYX serves Ware, Pierce and Brantley Counties in Southeast Georgia. WAYX streams at WAYX.com. It formerly aired a News-Talk format with Fox Radio News, Georgia Network News and Sports, and the most popular conservative or \"right-wing\" political talk shows including Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Neal Boortz were featured on the station, plus business talkers Clark Howard and Dave Ramsey, and computer guru and \"digital goddess\" Kim Komando. Weekend jazz music programming included Legends of Jazz by Ramsey Lewis, and Jazztrax by Art Good. Sports Conversations with Loran Smith and the Regionsbank SEC (Southeastern Conference) football report were carried. The station also partnered wit Show on map
Vogtle Electric Generating PlantThe Alvin W. Vogtle Electric Generating Plant, also known as Plant Vogtle, is a 2-unit nuclear power plant located in Burke County, near Waynesboro, Georgia, in the southeastern United States. It is named after the Alabama Power and Southern Company board chairman, Alvin Vogtle. Show on map
Brenau UniversityBrenau University in Gainesville, Georgia, United States, founded in 1878, is a private, not-for-profit, undergraduate- and graduate-level higher education institution with multiple campuses and online programs. Currently the university enrolls about 3,500 students who seek degrees ranging from two-year associates of arts through doctorates. Academically, Brenau comprises four colleges: Fine Arts & Humanities, Health & Science, Business & Mass Communication, and Education. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reaffirmed full accreditation for Brenau in 2011. Show on map
Swan HouseSwan House was built in 1928 for Edward and Emily Inman in Atlanta, Georgia. The Inmans had accumulated wealth from cotton brokerage and investments on transportation, banking and real estate. After their house in Ansley Park burned in 1924, the Inmans commissioned the Atlanta architectural firm of Hentz, Reid and Adler to design a new house in on 28 acres (110,000 m2) in Buckhead, a northern Atlanta community. The new mansion's design was executed by Philip Trammell Shutze, combining Renaissance revival styles with a Classical approach on the main facade. The rear facade is less formal, and is sited at the top of a small hill with terraced gardens and a fountain cascading down the hillside. A recurring motif are sculpted or painted swans throughout the house and grounds. Show on map
Telfair Museum of ArtTelfair Museums, in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia, was the first public art museum in the Southern United States. Founded through the bequest of Mary Telfair (1791–1875), a prominent local citizen, and operated by the Georgia Historical Society until 1920, the museum opened in 1886 in the Telfair family’s renovated Regency style mansion, known as the Telfair Academy. Show on map
Glynn AcademyGlynn Academy (GA) is an American public high school in Brunswick, Georgia, United States, enrolling 1,755 students in grades 9–12. Along with Brunswick High School, it is one of two high schools in the Glynn County School System. Glynn Academy offers technical, academic, and Advanced Placement programs and is accredited by the Georgia Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The school has consistently been ranked among the top public high schools in the United States by Newsweek. Show on map
Rising Starr Middle SchoolFayette County School System is a public school district based in Fayetteville, Georgia, United States and covering residents of Fayette County. The county is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell Metropolitan Statistical Area. The school system serves all of Fayette County. Show on map
Newnan High SchoolNewnan High School (NHS) is a high school in southwestern Coweta County, Georgia, United States. It is located south of Newnan's historic downtown district. NHS is the oldest of the three Coweta County high schools. Founded in 1918 as the first high school in Newnan, NHS was a Southern Accredited School by 1919 and has held the distinction ever since. Newnan High School has been a School of Excellence three times. Feeder schools include Evans Middle School, Smokey Road Middle School, and Madras Middle School. Madras also feeds into the nearby Northgate High School. Show on map
Georgia State PrisonGeorgia State Prison is the main maximum security facility in the state of Georgia for the Georgia Department of Corrections. First opened in 1938, the prison has housed some of some of the most dangerous inmates in the state's history, and it was the site of Georgia's death row until 1980. Today the facility houses 1550 inmates, with a wide range of security levels from Trusty to \"Hi-Maximum\". The current warden is Marty Allen Show on map
Roswell High SchoolRoswell High School (RHS) is a public high school in Roswell, Georgia, United States which opened in 1949. It serves the entire city of Roswell west of Georgia 400 and the city of Mountain Park, as well as small portions of Alpharetta and Milton. With a population of over of 2,233 students in the 2013–2014 school year, RHS is one of the largest schools in the Fulton County School System. Roswell High School neighbors both Fellowship Christian School and Blessed Trinity Catholic High School. It is also the second oldest of Fulton County's schools in the northern portion of the county, opening between Milton High School (1921), and Chattahoochee High School (1991). Roswell is currently on its third campus, which opened in 1990. The current building is the oldest in-use high school building i Show on map
Vista Grove Plaza Shopping CenterVista Grove is an unincorporated residential community in central DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, located north and northeast of the Atlanta suburb of Decatur. It is also referred to as Oak Grove, although Oak Grove more properly refers to the central neighborhood rather than the greater community. North Briarcliff, which primarily falls north of Briarcliff Rd. and south of Interstate 85, is on the northern edge of this community. Show on map
Marietta, Cobb County-McCollum Field AirportCobb County Int'l Airport - McCollum Field (ICAO: KRYY, FAA LID: RYY) is a public airport located 21 miles (34 km) northwest of the central business district of Atlanta, immediately south of the city of Kennesaw in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. It operates 24 hours per day, although it is not controlled between the hours of midnight and 6:00 a.m. (EST/EDT).. It is also designated as a weather station. Show on map
Christian College of GeorgiaThe Christian College of Georgia was chartered in Atlanta in 1947, and is registered with the Secretary of State of Georgia. Christian College is authorized by the State of Georgia to grant diplomas, certificates and degrees in religion, religious studies, and in disciplines related to Christian Ministry. Show on map
Flint River AcademyFlint River Academy (FRA) is a college preparatory school in Woodbury, Georgia, U.S. It is a member of the Georgia Independent School Association. The school was founded in 1967, and Georgia Governor Lester Maddox dedicated the school at its opening. Flint River is continuing to expand and improve its facilities and programs. It recently added a 13,000-square-foot (1,200 m2) building for students in grades 5 through 8. Show on map
Georgia World Congress CenterThe Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) is a convention center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Enclosing some 3.9 million ft2 (360,000 m2) in exhibition space and hosting more than a million visitors each year, the GWCC is the third-largest convention center in the United States. Opened in 1976, the GWCC was the first state-owned convention center established in the United States. The center is operated on behalf of the state by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, which was chartered in 1971 by Georgia General Assembly to develop an international trade and exhibition center in Atlanta. The authority later developed Centennial Olympic Park and the Georgia Dome. The Georgia Dome's replacement, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in June 2017;@en . Show on map
Southern Polytechnic State UniversitySouthern Polytechnic State University (also called Southern Poly; abbreviated SPSU) was a public, co-educational, state university in Marietta, Georgia, United States approximately 20 miles (32 km) northwest of downtown Atlanta. Until 2015, it was an independent part of the University System of Georgia and called itself \"Georgia's Technology University.\" Show on map
Clayton State UniversityClayton State University is a public university in Morrow, Georgia, serving Metro Atlanta, and is a selective Senior Unit of the University System of Georgia. The main campus includes 192 acres (0.78 km2) of peaceful wooded grounds, featuring five lakes and a park-like atmosphere. Located in the north-central part of Clayton County in suburban south metro Atlanta, the main campus is a fifteen-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and about twenty minutes from downtown Atlanta. Clayton State also maintains a separate Fayette County instructional site in Peachtree City and offers additional instruction at locations in Jonesboro in Clayton County and McDonough in Henry County. Show on map
Georgia State UniversityGeorgia State University (commonly referred to as Georgia State, State, or GSU) is a public research university in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Founded in 1913, it is one of the University System of Georgia's four research universities. It has a total student population of approximately 53,000, including 32,082 graduate and undergraduate students in the downtown campus as of 2015. Show on map
WGST-AM (Atlanta)WGST AM 640 (\"Talk 640 WGST\") is a radio station licensed in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. WGST is a Class B station operating on the frequency of 640 kHz with 50,000 watts of power during the daytime, and 1,000 watts of power during nighttime hours; a two-tower directional antenna is used, with differing patterns daytime and nighttime based from its transmitter site in West Atlanta. The station broadcasts from studios located at the Peachtree Palisades building in the Brookwood Hills district of Atlanta, and is owned by the iHeartMedia, Inc. subsidiary Citicasters Licenses (formerly part of Jacor Communications), and serves the Atlanta metropolitan area media market with a talk radio format. Show on map
Fulton County Airport-Brown FieldFulton County Airport (IATA: FTY, ICAO: KFTY, FAA LID: FTY), also known as Charlie Brown Field, is a county owned, public use airport in Fulton County, Georgia, United States. It is located six nautical miles (7 mi, 11 km) west of the central business district of Atlanta. The airport's name comes from the nickname of former Atlanta politician Charles M. Brown, who served on the city council and county commission during the 1960s. It is also called Charlie Brown Airport or Brown Field. On the radio, however, it is referred to as \"County Tower\" or \"County Ground\". Show on map
Augusta National Golf ClubAugusta National Golf Club, located in Augusta, Georgia, is one of the most famous golf clubs in the world. Founded by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts on the site of the former Fruitland (later Fruitlands) Nursery, the course was designed by Jones and Alister MacKenzie and opened for play in January 1933. Since 1934, it has played host to the annual Masters Tournament, one of the four major championships in professional golf, and the only major played each year at the same course. It was the number one ranked course in Golf Digest's 2009 list of America's 100 greatest courses and is currently the number ten ranked course on Golfweek Magazine's 2011 list of best classic courses in the United States, in terms of course architecture. Show on map
University HospitalUniversity Hospital is a non-profit 581-bed private hospital located in downtown Augusta, Georgia. Established in 1818, it is the second-oldest hospital in Georgia. Although University Hospital is considered a teaching institution, it does not currently sponsor an academic program resulting in a degree. University Hospital is no longer directly affiliated with the Medical College of Georgia or Georgia Regents University. University Hospital is a fully private hospital receiving no local or state funding. Show on map
Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery is the oldest cemetery, as well as one of the largest green spaces, in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. Founded as \"Atlanta Cemetery\" in 1850 on six acres (2.4 hectares) of land southeast of the city, it was renamed in 1872 to reflect the large number of oak and magnolia trees growing in the area. By that time, the city had grown and the cemetery had enlarged correspondingly to the current 48 acres (190,000 m2). Since then, Atlanta has continued to expand, so that the cemetery is now located in the center of the city. Oakland is an excellent example of a Victorian-style cemetery, and reflects the \"garden cemetery\" movement started and exemplified by Mount Auburn Cemetery in Massachusetts. Show on map
Piedmont CollegePiedmont College is a private, comprehensive, liberal arts institution located in Demorest and Athens, Georgia, USA. Founded in 1897, Piedmont’s Demorest campus includes 300 acres in a traditional residential-college setting located in the foothills of the northeast Georgia Blue Ridge mountains. The campus includes nine dormitories housing more than 600 students. Academic and athletic facilities are all state-of-the-art. Approximately 50 miles to the south, Piedmont’s Athens campus is located in the heart of Georgia’s Classic City. The Athens campus provides a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs designed for commuting students. Show on map
WREK-FM (Atlanta)WREK (\"Wreck\", from the Ramblin' Wreck) is the radio station staffed by the students of the Georgia Institute of Technology. It is located at 91.1 MHz and on channel 17 on the Georgia Tech cable TV network, GTCN. Starting as a 10-watt class D, WREK currently broadcasts a 100,000 watt ERP signal throughout metropolitan Atlanta, making it among the ten highest-power college radio stations in the United States. Show on map
Lindbergh Center StationLindbergh Center station is an at-grade train station in Atlanta, Georgia, serving the Red and Gold lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It serves the Lindbergh/Morosgo neighborhood in southern Buckhead, and is a part-time terminus of the Red Line and the last transfer point for the Red (North Springs) and Gold (Doraville) rail lines. It is the only station on this route served by the Red and Gold lines at all times. This is the second busiest station in the MARTA system, handling an average of 23,400 boardings per weekday. It is important to the MARTA system for a number of reasons. It is adjacent to their headquarters building, located just north of the Armour Yard Rail Services Facility (opened in 2005), which allows trains to come into service@en . Show on map
Washington County High SchoolWashington County High School is located in Sandersville, Georgia, United States. It was founded in 1959 from a county-wide consolidation of small community high schools. Because segregation was still active, only white students could attend. A twin school for black students, Thomas Jefferson Elder High School, was built in 1959 on Hines Street in the Tybee neighborhood of Sandersville. In 1997, a gym, front office complex, science classrooms, and labs were built. The old gym complex was renovated into a fine arts wing, adding a larger band room, chorus room, and 300-seat theater. Show on map
Morgan Falls DamBull Sluice Lake is created by Morgan Falls Dam, a small hydroelectric dam located along the Chattahoochee River at the northern end of Sandy Springs, Georgia, and crossing the river westwards into eastern Cobb County in north metro Atlanta. Originally constructed in 1904 by Georgia Power to provide electricity for Atlanta's streetcars, it now provides enough power for about 4,400 homes. It was named for then recently deceased Georgia Power president S. Morgan Smith's mother whose maiden name was Morgan. At the time it was by far the largest hydroelectric plant in the state. In 1924 it was rebuilt as a 60 cycle plant with 15,000 kilowatts (up from the original 10,500 kW). In 1957 it was raised to regulate the flow from the larger Buford Dam, 36 miles (58 km) upstream, in order to give Atla Show on map
Cumberland Christian AcademyCumberland Christian Academy is a non-denominational, K3-12th grade Christian school in Austell, Georgia. Grades K3-12 are accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International. In addition, CCA is “Accredited with Quality” by the Georgia Accrediting Commission for grades K–12. CCA’s enrollment for 2015/2016 is approximately 485 students. CCA offers a college prep curriculum and provides hands on support to students with college and scholarship planning. Where other schools might tell students what they need to do, the guidance team works one on one with the Seniors to help them apply for colleges and scholarships. SAT preparation is included in tuition. Standardized test scores are consistently above average across all grade levels. College acceptance for seniors was 100% for t Show on map
Mount De Sales AcademyMount de Sales Academy is an independent Catholic college preparatory school in Macon, Georgia. It was founded in 1876 by five Sisters of Mercy as a boarding school for girls across the South; in 1959 it became coeducational and closed boarding school operations in 1963. The Sisters served in an administrative capacity until 2002, when the first lay head of school in the school's history was selected by the Mount de Sales Academy Board of Trustees. The school is operated by its trustees and continues to be sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy. It is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah. Show on map
Arbor Place MallArbor Place Mall, the only regional mall directly serving the growing western suburbs of Atlanta, is located in Douglasville, Georgia, in Douglas County. Opened in October 1999, the mall was originally to be anchored by Dillard's, Parisian, Sears, and Upton's. The Upton's chain folded prior to the opening of the mall, but the contract to build the store was still completed, resulting in a vacant anchor when the mall opened. A home improvement chain named Dekor took over the Upton's site in 2000. The chain folded in 2001 and once again left the mall with a vacant anchor space. In 2003, JCPenney took over the site. Show on map
Darlington SchoolDarlington School is an American private, coeducational, college-preparatory day and boarding school in Rome, Georgia. The school serves students from pre-kindergarten to grade 12, divided into a lower, middle and upper school. The student body represents 38 countries. The Head of School is Brent Bell, the Upper School Director is Matthew Peer, and the Lower School Director is Hope Jones. The school participates in Greater Opportunities for Access to Learning (GOAL), a Georgia program which offers a state income tax credit to donors of scholarships to private schools. Show on map
Agnes Scott CollegeAgnes Scott College (commonly known as Agnes Scott) is a private liberal arts college in downtown Decatur, Georgia. The college was founded in 1889 as Decatur Female Seminary by Presbyterian minister Frank H. Gaines. In 1890, the name was changed to Agnes Scott Institute to honor the mother of the college's primary benefactor, Col. George Washington Scott. The name was changed again to Agnes Scott College in 1906, and remains today a women's college. Show on map
Athens-Ben Epps AirportAthens Ben Epps Airport (IATA: AHN, ICAO: KAHN, FAA LID: AHN) is a county owned, public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) east of the central business district of Athens, a city in Clarke County, Georgia, United States. The airport is named after Ben T. Epps, the first aviator in the state of Georgia, who opened the airport in 1917. It is mostly used for general aviation, but is also served by one commercial airline with scheduled passenger service subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Show on map
Historic Railroad ShopsThe Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities is a 33.2-acre (134,000 m2) National Historic Landmark District in Savannah, Georgia. It is dominated by the Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed, and was constructed in 1853 by the Central of Georgia Railway (CofG) before the outbreak of the American Civil War. This pair of buildings was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976, a listing which was expanded in 1978 to include additional buildings described here. Show on map
Roundhouse Railroad MuseumThe Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities is a 33.2-acre (134,000 m2) National Historic Landmark District in Savannah, Georgia. It is dominated by the Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed, and was constructed in 1853 by the Central of Georgia Railway (CofG) before the outbreak of the American Civil War. This pair of buildings was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976, a listing which was expanded in 1978 to include additional buildings described here. Show on map
Blessed Trinity Catholic High SchoolBlessed Trinity Catholic High School, also known as Blessed Trinity or, informally BT, is an Archdiocesan Catholic high school in Roswell, Georgia, United States, a northern suburb of Atlanta. The school is located near Georgia 400 Exit 7B Roswell/Holcomb Bridge Road. It also neighbors Fellowship Christian School and Roswell High School. Show on map
Decatur StationDecatur Station is a transit station in Decatur, Georgia, on the Blue Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. This station opened on June 30, 1979. In 2005, a major renovation of the Church Street entrance to the station was begun that was completed in 2006. The redesign was intended to allow the station to fit in better with the stores and restaurants in the Decatur square. It has 2 tracks and side platforms that serve each track. It is one of the only stations on the Blue Line (besides those located in downtown Atlanta) that is completely underground. Show on map
Candler BuildingThe Candler Building is a 17-story highrise at 127 Peachtree Street, NE, in Atlanta, Georgia. When completed in 1906 by Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler, it was the tallest building in the city. This location where Houston (now John Wesley Dobbs Ave) joins Peachtree Street was the location of one of the earliest churches in the city which was built on land donated by Judge Reuben Cone in the 1840s. It forms the northern border of Woodruff Park. Central Bank and Trust, the bank founded by Coca-Cola co-founder Asa Griggs Candler, had its headquarters in the building. Show on map
Georgia Museum of ArtThe Georgia Museum of Art is an art museum in Athens, Georgia, United States, associated with the University of Georgia. The museum is also, since 1982, the official state museum of art. It opened on UGA's North Campus in 1948, in a building that now houses the university president's office, then moved to the Performing and Visual Arts Complex on UGA's East Campus in 1996. In 2011, it completed an extensive expansion and remodeling of its building, paid for entirely with externally raised funds and designed by Gluckman Mayner Architects, New York, that has allowed it to display its permanent collection continually. The museum offers programming for patrons of all ages, from child to senior citizen, as well as free admission to the public for all exhibitions. It organizes its own exhibition Show on map
Morehouse CollegeMorehouse College is a private, all-male, liberal arts, historically black college (HBCU) located in Atlanta, Georgia. The college is one of the few remaining traditional men's liberal arts colleges in the United States. Morehouse is one of two historically black colleges in the country to produce Rhodes Scholars, and it is the alma mater of many African-American leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Show on map
WACS-TV (Dawson)WACS-TV, part of the GPB network, is Georgia's ninth public television station, and primarily serves the southern part of the Columbus market, including Dawson and Americus. WACS' transmitter is located north of Parrott, Georgia. The station's signal travels in about a 40-mile (64-km) radius from the transmitter site and also reaches parts of southeastern Alabama. WACS signed on the air on March 6, 1967. Its digital signal is permanently on channel 8 with roughly the same coverage. Show on map
North Cobb High SchoolNorth Cobb High School is a public high school located north of Atlanta in Kennesaw, Georgia, United States. It serves approximately 2900 students in the Cobb County School District, in grades 9-12. The school mascot is the warrior and the school colors are navy blue and orange. North Cobb is the second largest school in the district. North Cobb's biggest rivals are Harrison High School, Kennesaw Mountain High School, and Lassiter High School. Show on map
Savannah State UniversitySavannah State University is a four-year, state-supported, historically black university (HBCU) located in Savannah, Georgia, United States. It is the oldest public historically black university in the state. Savannah State University's mission statement is \"to graduate students who are prepared to perform at higher levels of economic productivity, social responsibility, and excellence in their chosen career fields of endeavor in a changing global community.\" The University is a member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Show on map
Rollins School of Public Health Emory UniversityThe Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) is the public health school of Emory University. Founded in 1990, RSPH has more than 850 students pursuing master's degrees (MPH/MSPH) and over 100 students pursuing doctorate degrees (PhD). The school comprises six departments: Behavioral Sciences/Health Education (BSHE), Biostatistics (BIOS), Environmental and Occupational Health (EH), Epidemiology (EPI), Global Health (GH), and Health Policy and Management (HPM). Show on map
Peach State AirportPeach State Airport (FAA LID: GA2), also known as Peach State Aerodrome or Candler Field, is a public grass strip located 1 mile (1.6 km) west of Williamson, Georgia, in the United States. Peach State Airport is located in picturesque rural Pike County, 27 nautical miles (50 km) south of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. According to flightaware.com, there are twenty-one aircraft based at Peach State Airport, including one multi-engine. Average operations per day is a total of nine, seven local flights and two transient flights. Show on map
Sequoyah High SchoolSequoyah High School is a public high school located in Hickory Flat, Georgia. United States. It educates students in grades 9-12. It opened in the fall of 1990 and is one of six high schools in Cherokee County. The school is informally located in the small neighborhood of Hickory Flat on a three-school plot of land dubbed the Ralph Quarles Educational Complex, consisting of Hickory Flat Elementary, Dean Rusk Middle, and Sequoyah High school. This center is on the northwest block of the intersection of East Cherokee Drive and Hickory Road. Show on map
Ft. StewartMidCoast Regional Airport at Wright Army Airfield (IATA: LIY, ICAO: KLHW, FAA LID: LHW) is a joint public and military use airport at Fort Stewart, a United States Army post located near the city of Hinesville in Liberty County, Georgia, United States. The airport's physical address is 1116 E. Lowe Circle, Fort Stewart, GA 31314 and its mailing address is P.O. Box 10, Hinesville, GA 31310. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned LHW by the FAA and LIY by the IATA (which assigned LHW to Lanzhou, Gansu, China). Show on map
Dobbins Air Reserve BaseDobbins Air Reserve Base or Dobbins ARB (IATA: MGE, ICAO: KMGE, FAA LID: MGE) is a United States Air Force reserve air base located in Marietta, Georgia, a suburb about 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Atlanta. Originally known as Dobbins Air Force Base, it was named in honor of Captain Charles M. Dobbins, a World War II C-47 pilot who died near Sicily. Show on map
J. Strom Thurmond DamJ. Strom Thurmond Dam, also known in Georgia as Clarks Hill Dam, is a concrete-gravity and embankment dam located 22 miles (35 km) north of Augusta, Georgia on the Savannah River at the border of South Carolina and Georgia, creating Lake Strom Thurmond. U.S. Route 221 (and Georgia State Route 150 on the Georgia side of the state line) cross it. The dam was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers between 1946 and 1954 for the purposes of flood control, hydroelectricity and downstream navigation. The concrete structure of the dam spans 1,096 feet (334 m) and rises 204 feet (62 m) above the riverbed, housing a power plant with an installed 380 MW capacity. The Dam has prevented over $185,000 in estimated flood damage annually and also provides recreation, water quality, water supply, along@en . Show on map
Appalachian Technical CollegeAppalachian Technical College was a technical college within the Technical College System of Georgia. Its main campus was in Jasper, and its satellite campus was in Woodstock. The Fannin campus at Epworth (on Georgia 5 northwest of Blue Ridge and south of McCaysville) was previously closed. Beginning with summer quarter 2009, the school fully merged into Chattahoochee Technical College along with North Metro Technical College on July 1 (the first day of fiscal year 2010), for a total of eight campuses. It remains the Appalachian Campus of Chattahoochee Technical College Show on map
Garnett StationGarnett is a rail station in Atlanta, Georgia, on the Red and Gold lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It has an island platform between two tracks. This station has three levels. It was opened on December 4, 1981. The upper level has an entrance from the street and a mezzanine that is about 3/4 the length of the platform below. The lower level of the station is another entrance from another street and there is a Greyhound Bus Terminal next to the station. Show on map
Mill Creek High SchoolMill Creek High School is a high school in Hoschton, Georgia, United States. It serves the unincorporated area of Hamilton Mill, Gwinnett County, a suburb of Atlanta, as well as Braselton. It also serves unincorporated areas (not city limits) such as zip codes 30548, 30019, 30542, 30517 and 30519. It has 3,997 students, and the most recent attendance counts have named it the largest school in Georgia. It is fed by Frank N. Osborne Middle School and Glenn C. Jones Middle School. Mill Creek has over 100 student clubs. Show on map
Andrew CollegeAndrew College is a private, liberal arts junior college located a few blocks off the town square in Cuthbert, Randolph County, Georgia, United States. It is associated with The United Methodist Church and is the ninth-oldest college in Georgia. Show on map
Albany High SchoolAlbany High School is a four-year secondary school located in Albany, Georgia, United States. It is a part of the Dougherty County School System. The school educates students in grades 9-12. Albany High School was established in 1886 after H.M. McIntosh, editor of the Albany News and Advertiser, initiated a campaign to raise the funds necessary to erect the school. It was the first high school in the county. Two years after the school opened, it was destroyed by a fire of unknown origin. Classes were temporarily held in the town courthouse while the academy was rebuilt. Show on map
Crabapple Middle SchoolThe Fulton County School System is a school district headquartered in East Point, Georgia, United States. The system serves the area of Fulton County outside the Atlanta city limits (which are served by Atlanta Public Schools). Fulton County Schools serve the cities of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell, and Sandy Springs north of Atlanta, and Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Palmetto, Union City, and Fulton's remaining unincorporated areas in the south. Fulton County is the fourth-largest school system in Georgia. Show on map
Amana AcademyThe Fulton County School System is a school district headquartered in East Point, Georgia, United States. The system serves the area of Fulton County outside the Atlanta city limits (which are served by Atlanta Public Schools). Fulton County Schools serve the cities of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell, and Sandy Springs north of Atlanta, and Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Palmetto, Union City, and Fulton's remaining unincorporated areas in the south. Fulton County is the fourth-largest school system in Georgia. Show on map
Lakeside High SchoolLakeside High School is a public high school in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The school has an Atlanta address (3801 Briarcliff Road) and is part of the DeKalb County School System. Lakeside is a public school encompassing grades 9-12. The school is located in a predominantly upper middle class suburban community and serves students from the Northlake area of the DeKalb County School District. Rigorous instruction, high student achievement, parental involvement and teacher retention are strengths for Lakeside High School. Show on map
Clarke Central High SchoolClarke Central High School (CCHS) is located in Athens, Georgia, United States. In 1970, Clarke County schools were desegregated, and the high school for black children, Burney-Harris High School (formerly Athens High and Industrial School), and the high school for white children, Athens High, merged to establish Clarke Central. Classes in the newly formed school began in 1971. As of 2013, the school is on a seven-period rotating schedule with students completing seven credits per year. Show on map
Chamblee StationChamblee is a train station in Chamblee, Georgia, serving the Gold Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. The station is bounded by New Peachtree Road on the East, Peachtree Road on the West and Chamblee Tucker road to the South. Chamblee Dunwoody Road is approximately ¼ mile to the north. A multi use trail has been completed between Keswick Park and Chamblee Tucker Road; this trail crosses under Peachtree Industrial Boulevard at Clairmont Road and ends at the Wal-Mart Shopping Center just southeast of the station. Chamblee has plans to connect this multi use trail at Keswick Park to an existing PATH trail that runs near Ashford Dunwoody Road between Blackburn Park and Murphey Candler Park. This station provides access to DeKalb-Peachtree Airport, Int Show on map
Newnan-Coweta County AirportNewnan–Coweta County Airport (ICAO: KCCO, FAA LID: CCO) is a public use airport in Coweta County, Georgia, United States. It is owned by the Newnan & Coweta County Airport Authority. The airport is located 4 nautical miles (7 km; 5 mi) south of the central business district of Newnan, Georgia and 33 nautical miles (61 km; 38 mi) southwest of Atlanta. It is surrounded by US 29 and I-85 and 100 acres (0.40 km2) owned by the county. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Gwinnett School of Mathematics Science and TechnologyThe Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology is a public charter school founded in 2007 and located in Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States. The school features class integration and has a heavy focus on mathematics, science, and technology. It offers many opportunities often not available at regular high schools. Show on map
Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County-Briscoe Field AirportGwinnett County Airport (IATA: LZU, ICAO: KLZU, FAA LID: LZU) at Briscoe Field is a municipal airport located about two miles (3 km) northeast of Lawrenceville, Georgia, in the United States. It is owned and operated by the Gwinnett County, in the northeastern part of metro Atlanta. Show on map
Carters DamCarters Dam is an earthen embankment dam located south of Chatsworth in Murray County and west of Ellijay in the U.S. state of Georgia. The dam is 445 feet (136 m) tall and is situated 26.8 miles (43.1 km) above the mouth of the Coosawattee River. The drainage area is 376 square miles (970 km2). It creates Carters Lake, the deepest lake in Georgia. The dam took 15 years to build and was completed in 1977. The area of the primary flood control pool is 3,880 acres (1,570 ha). The top elevation of the dam is 1,112.3 feet (339.0 m). The top width of the dam is 40 feet (12 m). Show on map
Morris Brandon Elementary SchoolMorris Brandon Elementary School is a public elementary school located in the Buckhead community in northwest Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 1947 as part of the Fulton County school district, it has been a part of the Atlanta Public Schools since the annexation of Buckhead in 1952. The school was named for Atlanta attorney Morris Brandon, whose children donated the 10 acres of land on which the Main Campus is located. Brandon's portrait is displayed there. Show on map
Battle Branch MineThe Battle Branch Mine, sometimes referred to as the Battle Creek Mine, was located near the town of Auraria in Lumpkin County, Georgia. During the Georgia Gold Rush, before the Gold Lottery of 1832, men from several different states were all working in the same stream when a dispute over the possession of the place ended in a fight in which a number of men were seriously wounded, providing the name for the mine ultimately located there. After the American Civil War, William John Turner Hutcheson, who served with the Blue Ridge Rifles, a Confederate fighting unit from Dahlonega, Georgia, became superintendent of the Battle Branch gold mine. The mine continued producing gold well into the 1900s, producing 661.28 ounces (20.568 kg) of gold in 1935. Show on map
The Coca Cola Company HeliportThe Coca-Cola Company, which is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, is an American multinational beverage corporation, and manufacturer, retailer, and marketer of nonalcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups. The company is best known for its flagship product Coca-Cola, invented in 1886 by pharmacist John Stith Pemberton in Columbus, Georgia. The Coca-Cola formula and brand were bought in 1889 by Asa Griggs Candler (December 30, 1851 – March 12, 1929), who incorporated The Coca-Cola Company in 1892. The company has operated a franchised distribution system since 1889, wherein The Coca-Cola Company only produces syrup concentrate, which is then sold to various bottlers throughout the world who hold exclusive territories. The Coca-Cola Company owns its anchor bottler in North America, Coca-C Show on map
Moody Air Force BaseMoody Air Force Base (IATA: VAD, ICAO: KVAD, FAA LID: VAD) is a United States Air Force installation located in Lowndes County and Lanier County, about 9 miles (14 km) northeast of Valdosta, Georgia, United States. The host unit, the 23d Wing, carries out worldwide close air support, force protection, and combat search and rescue operations (CSAR). Also located at the base is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide: Moody Campus. Show on map
Bradley ObservatoryThe Bradley Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by Agnes Scott College. It is located in Decatur, Georgia, 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Atlanta, Georgia, (USA). The observatory's largest telescope, the Beck Telescope, is a vintage 30 inch (750 mm) Cassegrain reflector built in 1930. The telescope was owned and operated by an amateur astronomer, Mr. Gibson. He offered the telescope for sale, seeking to upgrade his own telescope. Agnes Scott purchased it in 1947 for about $15,000. For many years, the Beck telescope was the largest in the Southeast United States, until the Fernbank Observatory opened in 1972 with its 36-inch (910 mm) telescope. Show on map
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North Clayton High SchoolNorth Clayton High School is a four-year public high school located in College Park, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Clayton County Public Schools. The school was created in 1937 as Flat Rock School, serving 44 students in grades 8-10 with eight teachers. Grades 11 and 12 were added the following year, and the school was given its current name. As of the 2005-06 school year, the school had an enrollment of 1,568 students and a faculty of 81.3 classroom teachers (on a FTE basis, for a student-teacher ratio of 19.3. Show on map
Mount Vernon Presbyterian SchoolMount Vernon Presbyterian School (or MVPS or MV) is a Christian (Presbyterian), independent, coeducational day school in Atlanta, Georgia. MVPS currently operates grades K - 12, in addition to a preschool. The Lower School Campus, which houses grades K-6 and the preschool, is located at 471 Mt. Vernon Hwy and the Glenn Campus, which houses grades 7-12, is located at 510 Mt. Vernon Hwy. The upper school (9-12th grade) was established in 2001 and its first class graduated in the spring of 2008. The Glenn Campus is eco-friendly, including the use of geo-thermal utilities. They compete at the varsity level in athletics in GHSA Region 5 Single A. The seventh and eighth grade is housed in Middle School Academic Building, or \"MSAB' located on the Glenn Campus. The Mustang Athletic Center, or 'MAC Show on map
Malcolm Mc Kinnon AirportMalcolm McKinnon Airport (IATA: SSI, ICAO: KSSI, FAA LID: SSI) is a county-owned public-use airport located five miles (8 km) east of the central business district of Brunswick, a city in Glynn County, Georgia, United States. The airport lies on the site of Mulberry Grove plantation, which was owned by the Demeré family from the 1750s until the Civil War. Show on map
Alton C Crews Middle SchoolAlton C. Crews Middle School is part of the Brookwood Cluster of Gwinnett County, Georgia, and part of Gwinnett County Public Schools. Dr. Stacey Schepens is the school principal. Founded in 1996, the school is named after Dr. Alton C. Crews (1924–1996), a 13-year former superintendent of Gwinnett County Public Schools (1977–1989). Show on map
Dunwoody High SchoolDunwoody High School is a public high school in Dunwoody, an incorporated city in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. It also serves students in the unincorporated areas of Doraville. Dunwoody enrolls students in grades 9-12, and is operated by the DeKalb County School System. It follows a four by four block schedule, in which students attend four classes every day for 90 minutes. Show on map
Five Points StationFive Points is a metro station of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system in Atlanta, Georgia. It is the transfer point for all rail lines and serves as the main transportation hub for MARTA. It provides access to the Five Points Business District, Underground Atlanta, City Hall, the Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Cobb Community Transit, Gwinnett County Transit, GRTA Xpress Transit, and the tourism heart of Downtown Atlanta. It provides connecting bus service to Zoo Atlanta, Grant Park, Atlanta University Center, Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, Carter Center, Atlanta City Hall, Fulton County Government Center and Turner Field. Show on map
Hanner FieldhouseHanner Fieldhouse is a 4,325-seat multi-purpose arena in Statesboro in the U.S. state of Georgia. It was built in 1969 and is home to the Georgia Southern University Eagles basketball team. It hosted the 1985 and 1992 Atlantic Sun Conference men's basketball tournaments. On July 21, 2014 the university announced that Hanner Fieldhouse was closed until further notice for construction and more information would be provided as the details became available. In October, 2014 the Fieldhouse reopened after minor renovations and held the university's 23rd annual Fall Commencement December 10, 2014. Show on map
Savannah Civic CenterThe Savannah Civic Center is a multi-purpose facility located in Savannah, Georgia, in Savannah Historic District. Built in 1974, the facility consists of four venues; the Martin Luther King Arena, Johnny Mercer Theatre, West & East Promenades and the Civic Center Grand Ballroom. Throughout the years, the center has hosted various concerts, conventions, exhibits, trade shows, theatre, ballet and comedy. The center also offers event planning, a national A/V company and production management. Show on map
Okefenokee Technical CollegeCoastal Pines Technical College is a two-year postsecondary institution with that serves thirteen counties and has seven campuses in the rural towns of Alma, Baxley, Brunswick, Hazlehurst, Jesup, Kingsland and Waycross in southeastern Georgia. The school offers associate's degree, certificate or diploma programs in the areas of allied health, business and computer, personal services, and technical and industrial technology. Coastal Pines Technical College was established on July 1, 2014 from the merger of Altamaha Technical College (est. 1989) and Okefenokee Technical College (est. 1965) Show on map
Lakewood StadiumLakewood Stadium is a 10,000 seat stadium located in the Lakewood Heights neighborhood of southeast Atlanta, Georgia. The stadium is the larger of two stadiums owned and managed by the Atlanta Public Schools system. The other stadium is Grady Stadium. In October 2006, Lakewood received an Honorable Mention in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as one of the top 10 high school stadiums in the state of Georgia. As chosen by the voters of Atlanta, Lakewood was picked as the 4th best stadium for high school football in the Atlanta metro area.As the largest stadium in the Atlanta Public Schools system, it essentially has been the home field for several future NFL players, including Jamal Lewis and Ahmad Carroll (Douglass), Lawrence Smith (Washington), Kelly Campbell (Mays), David Rocker, Tracy Ro Show on map
Atlanta Regional AirportAtlanta Regional Airport (ICAO: KFFC, FAA LID: FFC), also known as Falcon Field, is a public use airport in Fayette County, Georgia, United States. It is located 25 nautical miles (29 mi, 46 km) southwest of the central business district of Atlanta, in Peachtree City. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Falcon Field is assigned FFC by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Georgia DomeThe Georgia Dome is a domed stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, between downtown to the east and Vine City to the west. It is owned and operated by the State of Georgia as part of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. It is primarily the home stadium for the NFL's Atlanta Falcons and the NCAA's Georgia State Panthers football team. Also, it has hosted the Peach Bowl since 1992 and the SEC Championship Game since 1994. In addition, the Georgia Dome has also hosted several soccer matches since 2009 that have drawn over 50,000 fans. Show on map
Peachtree Ridge High SchoolPeachtree Ridge High School is a public high school in Gwinnett County, in Suwanee, Georgia, United States. It is a part of Gwinnett County Public Schools. It is the only public school in the county to use block scheduling; Shiloh High School did at one point, but discontinued it in 2008. The school officially opened for classes on Monday, August 11, 2003, with enrollment topping 1,900 students. By November of the same year, another 19,570 square feet (1,818 m2) of athletic facilities (field house) were nearing completion. Show on map
South Gwinnett High SchoolSouth Gwinnett High School (SGHS) is a public high school for students in grades 9–12. The school is located in Snellville, [Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]], United States. It is part of the Gwinnett County Public Schools system, one of the 15 largest public school systems in the country. South Gwinnett is home to about 2,800 students. Show on map
WCNN-AM (North Atlanta)WCNN is an AM station broadcasting on a frequency of 680 kHz and serving the Atlanta-area radio market with a sports radio format. The station is commonly known by the on-air branding as \"680 the Fan\". The station formerly broadcast the audio portion of the CNN Headline News channel (hence its current callsign) along with some local news and commercials, a news radio format that the station pioneered in the 1980s and re-appeared on the station later in the station's history. WCNN broadcasts with a power of 50,000 watts during the daytime, and 10,000 watts during nighttime, and is actually licensed to serve North Atlanta, with transmitter and towers located near Norcross, Georgia (in the northeastern Atlanta suburbs). Show on map
Georgia Southern UniversityGeorgia Southern University is a public university located on a 900-acre (3.6 km2) campus in Statesboro, Georgia, United States. Founded in 1906 as a land grant college, it is part of the University System of Georgia and is the largest center of higher education in the southern half of Georgia. It offers 117 academic majors in a comprehensive array of baccalaureate degrees and master's and doctoral programs. The university is the sixth largest in the University System of Georgia, with a fall 2015 enrollment of 20,459 students from 49 states and 86 nations. Georgia Southern is classified as a Doctoral and Research University (2006) by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and as a comprehensive university by the University System of Georgia. Show on map
Peachtree Summit BuildingPeachtree Summit is a 125 m (410 ft), 31-story skyscraper in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Completed in 1975, Peachtree Summit is shaped like a triangle due to the unusual shape of its building lot, which is hemmed in by the Downtown Connector, West Peachtree Street, and Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard. The building has a direct connection to the Civic Center MARTA station and was built with a three story lobby to account for the late 1970s elevation of West Peachtree Street for MARTA construction. This building was planned as the first of three similar buildings for the area, of which only this one was actually constructed. Show on map
Meadowcreek High SchoolMeadowcreek High School is a secondary school in Norcross, Georgia, United States, located outside of Atlanta and off I-85. The school is part of the Gwinnett County Public Schools system. Meadowcreek High School is the most diverse secondary institution in the state of Georgia, with a student body representing over 90 different nationalities. Hispanics make up 60% of its students. Show on map
Coastal Transitional CenterCoastal Transitional Center is a minimum security prison located in Savannah, Georgia in Chatham County, Georgia. The facility houses adult male felons; the capacity is 200. It was constructed in 1940 and was renovated in 2003.It has 44 living units ranging in size from four to 12 beds. The transitional center features long-term maintenance residents assigned as permanent workers in Food Service, Maintenance, Lawn Care, Laundry Services, Sanitation, Barbering, and details for other government facilities, while the remaining residents participate in the work release program. Show on map
Glenn HallGeorgia Tech's main campus occupies part of Midtown Atlanta, bordered by 10th Street to the north and by North Avenue to the south, placing it well in sight of the Atlanta skyline. In 1996, the campus was the site of the athletes' village and a venue for a number of athletic events for the 1996 Summer Olympics. The construction of the Olympic village, along with subsequent gentrification of the surrounding areas enhanced the campus. Show on map
Caldwell HallGeorgia Tech's main campus occupies part of Midtown Atlanta, bordered by 10th Street to the north and by North Avenue to the south, placing it well in sight of the Atlanta skyline. In 1996, the campus was the site of the athletes' village and a venue for a number of athletic events for the 1996 Summer Olympics. The construction of the Olympic village, along with subsequent gentrification of the surrounding areas enhanced the campus. Show on map
WGUN-AM (Atlanta)WGUN (950 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Urban Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Valdosta, Georgia, USA, the station is currently owned by Magic 95 Entertainment. It is the oldest station in the city. Although the original WGOV call letters are sometimes said to have stood for \"Good Old Valdosta\", the station name actually derived from its founder, Eurith D. Rivers, who served as governor of Georgia from 1937 to 1941; \"Dee\" Rivers, the former station owner, is his son. On February 1, 2014 WGUN changed their format from regional Mexican to urban adult contemporary. Show on map
Gwinnett Medical CenterGwinnett Medical Center is a not-for-profit network of healthcare facilities and providers in Gwinnett County, Georgia comprising the following licensed facilities: \n* GMC-Lawrenceville - a hospital with 353 acute care beds in Lawrenceville, GA. The Gwinnett Women's Pavilion, the first free-standing hospital for women in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area, is also located on this campus. \n* GMC-Duluth - a hospital with 81 acute care beds in Duluth, GA. \n* Gwinnett Extended Care Center - a nursing home facility with 89 long term care beds in Lawrenceville, Ga. \n* Glancy Rehabilitation Center - a rehabilitation facility with 30 acute care beds located at the Glancy Campus in Duluth, Ga. Show on map
Morris Brown CollegeMorris Brown College (MBC) is a private, coed, liberal arts college located in the Vine City community of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It is a historically black college affiliated with the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Although Morris Brown College is no longer a member of the Atlanta University Center Consortium, it is located within the Atlanta University Center (a district designated by the Atlanta City Council). Show on map
Episcopal Day SchoolAugusta–Richmond County US /ə.ˈɡʌs.tə/ is a consolidated city-county on the central eastern border of the U.S. state of Georgia, and located at the fall line of the Savannah River, at the head of its navigable portion. It is in the piedmont section of the state. The city was named after Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha (1719–1772). According to 2012 US Census estimates, the Augusta–Richmond County population was 197,872, not counting the unconsolidated cities of Hephzibah and Blythe. Show on map
WLOP-AM (Jesup)WLOP (1370 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Sports radio format. Licensed to Jesup, Georgia, USA, the station is currently owned by Jesup Broadcasting Corp. and features programming from Fox Sports Radio. WLOP is Jesup's heritage station. Use of the term WLOP by Jesup/Wayne County natives can signify either WIFO-FM or WLOP. WLOP, meaning 1370-AM is usually referred to by longtime listeners as \"The AM\" or \"The AM Side\". This dates back to when both stations were simulcast for a large portion of the broadcast day, and how they were referred to on air. Few stations anywhere are known by everyone in a community as \"the AM\" like WLOP1370. Since the re-inception of separate formats in the mid 90's, WLOP is Fox Sports Radio, AM-1370, or just 1370. WLOP is the original local Wayne County voic Show on map
East Lake StationEast Lake is a train station in Atlanta, Georgia, serving the Blue Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It has an island platform and two tracks that serve the platform in each direction. This station was opened on June 30, 1979. MARTA's opening ceremonies and speeches took place in the south parking lot at this station. The south parking lot has an elevator, but the north parking lot does not. Show on map
Valdosta Mall Shopping CenterValdosta Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Valdosta, Georgia, United States. It is composed of more than 70 stores and restaurants in 560,000 sq ft (52,026 m2) of gross leasable area. Belk, JCPenney, and Sears are the mall's anchor stores. The wing featuring J.C. Penney was part of a 1985 expansion. In 2006, an outdoor concourse was added to the mall's front face, bringing in Old Navy, PetSmart, Office Depot and Ross Dress For Less as junior anchors. In 2007, the JCPenney store expanded greatly, taking over some of the space vacated when the old movie theater moved across the street. Show on map
WIFO-FM (Jesup)WIFO-FM (105.5 FM) is Jesup's FM heritage station, broadcasting a wide variety of programming, including mornings with Butch Hubbard, Local News with Bob Morgan, Local Sports; The only FM Atlanta Braves affiliate for Baxley, Hinesville, Jesup, Waycross, Brunswick, and Camden County; Since 1971 the oldest continuous FM Braves Affiliate. WIFO also covers professional and college sports, as well as country music and the True Oldies Channel weekends. Licensed to Jesup, Georgia, USA; The station is currently owned by Jesup Broadcasting Corp. Show on map
Gordon Lee High SchoolGordon Lee High School is a semi-private high school located in Chickamauga, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Chickamauga City School District, which serves the City of Chickamauga in Walker County.The late Gordon Lee of Chickamauga left a grant of a plot of land and enough money to start the school. The first graduation consisted of one student, Leon Wiley, in 1917. The Main Building, Olive Lee Building, and Tom Lee Building were constructed in 1930. Since 1991, Gordon Lee High School and Gordon Lee Middle School have shared a band room and cafeteria. Show on map
Grady Memorial HospitalGrady Memorial Hospital, frequently referred to as Grady Hospital or simply Grady, is the largest hospital in the state of Georgia and the public hospital for the city of Atlanta. It is the fifth-largest public hospital in the United States, as well as one of the busiest Level I trauma centers in the country. Historical segregation of its hospital units meant that it was also called \"The Gradys,\" a name that still surfaces among elderly Atlanta residents, especially African-Americans. Located downtown next to the campus of Georgia State University, Grady is considered to be one of the premier public hospitals in the Southern United States. It is named for Henry W. Grady, an Atlanta Constitution journalist and later owner who became a major force in Georgia politics, and advocated for a pub Show on map
Marine Corps Logistics Base AlbanyMarine Corps Logistics Base Albany is a United States Marine Corps base located just outside Albany, Georgia. The primary mission of the units on the base is to rebuild and repair ground combat and combat support equipment and to support installations on the East Coast of the United States. Today one of MCLB Albany’s most important facilities is the Marine Corps Logistics Command's Maintenance Center. The only other facility of this kind is located at MCLB Albany’s sister installation, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California. Show on map
Phoebe Putney Memorial HospitalPhoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is located at 417 Third Ave. in Albany, Georgia. The health system is a network of hospitals, family medicine clinics, rehab facilities, auxiliary services, and medical education training facilities. The flagship hospital Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is a 691-bed teaching hospital and a regional center for cancer and cardiac medicine. The Phoebe Cancer Center is one of the busiest and most advanced in the Southeast. The Phoebe Heart Center performs open-heart and cardiac catheterization procedures. Phoebe is one of six designated perinatal centers in the state of Georgia and is the regions provider of neonatal intensive care, cardiovascular surgery and radiation oncology services. The hospital also offers medical-surgical care, emergency treatment, obstet Show on map
WCES-TV (Wrens)WCES-TV channel 20 is a non-commercial educational television station licensed to Wrens, Georgia, USA. WCES-TV is part of the Georgia Public Broadcasting public television network and carries programming from PBS, GPB and other sources. The station serves Augusta and the surrounding east-central Georgia and west-central South Carolina area, along the Savannah River valley (also known locally as the \"Georgia-Lina\" region). WCES-TV's transmitter and radio antenna are located in Wrens, its city of license. Show on map
Heritage High SchoolHeritage High School (HHS) is a public secondary school located in Ringgold, Georgia, United States. It is in the Catoosa County Public Schools district. Heritage High School was founded in 2008. It was the first high school opened by atoosa County in three decades. The school's cost was $42.5 million. It was founded to alleviate the overcrowding at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School and Ringgold High School. Heritage High School is the \"Home of the Generals.\" It has 72 classrooms. Show on map
Federal Law Enforcement Training CenterThe Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) serves as an interagency law enforcement training body for 91 United States government federal law enforcement agencies. The stated mission of FLETC is to \"...train those who protect our homeland\". It also provides training to state, local, campus, tribal, and international law enforcement agencies. Through the Rural Policing Institute (RPI) and the Office of State and Local Training, it provides tuition-free and low-cost training to state, local, campus and tribal law enforcement agencies. Show on map
South Effingham High SchoolSouth Effingham High School is one of two public high schools located in Effingham County, Georgia, northwest of Savannah. The school was created in 1996 when Effingham County High School was split. The school is known for its excellent academic programs, award-winning band program, and successful athletic programs. In the 2009-2010 school year, they won the annual football game against Effingham County High School. This game is always important because of the ongoing rivalry between the two schools since the split. Show on map
Columbus AirportColumbus Metropolitan Airport (IATA: CSG, ICAO: KCSG, FAA LID: CSG) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) northeast of the central business district of Columbus, a city in Muscogee County, Georgia, United States. It is owned by the Columbus Airport Commission. Serving Georgia's second largest city, it is Georgia's fourth busiest airport. It has a large percentage of general aviation traffic with one carrier (Delta Connection/ExpressJet) that provides commercial routes to the city. Show on map
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Emory UniversityNell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing is the nursing school of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. The school awards the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD). The school is named after Nell Hodgson Woodruff, wife of long-time president of The Coca-Cola Company Robert W. Woodruff. Mrs. Woodruff left nursing school when she married, but she supported nursing causes throughout her life. Show on map
Redan Middle SchoolThe DeKalb County School District (DCSD) is a school district headquartered at 1701 Mountain Industrial Boulevard in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. DCSD operates public schools in areas of DeKalb County that are not within the city limits of Atlanta and Decatur. Show on map
Butt Memorial BridgeThe Butt Memorial Bridge is a road bridge in Augusta, Georgia that carries 15th Street over the Augusta Canal. It is dedicated to Major Archibald Willingham Butt, born in Augusta and a victim of the sinking of RMS Titanic. The bridge was erected in 1914 and dedicated by President William Howard Taft, a personal friend of Butt's. It is notable that the bridge was the first memorial erected to remember the Titanic disaster, and it stands today as the only memorial in Georgia dedicated to the disaster. The bridge is made of stone, featuring four pillars topped with bronze-banded globes placed over electric lights. Four lions with plaques adorn each side and end of the bridge, while lights are strung from one end of the bridge to the other. A memorial plaque is located on the center of the bri Show on map
Shiloh High SchoolShiloh High School is a public high school located in Snellville, Georgia, United States, in southern Gwinnett County. The school is part of the Gwinnett County Public Schools system and opened in 1984. It serves students in the Shiloh Cluster, which feeds from the Anderson Livsey, Annistown, Centerville, Partee, and Shiloh Elementary Schools and Shiloh Middle School. The school mascot is the General, and the school colors are black, silver, and white. Show on map
Armstrong Atlantic State UniversityArmstrong State University is a four-year public university, part of the University System of Georgia. It is located on a 268-acre (1.08 km2) campus in suburban Savannah, Georgia, United States. The campus is approximately fifteen minutes from downtown Savannah and 25 miles (40 km) from Tybee Island beaches. Armstrong offers undergraduate and graduate degrees; it has a student enrollment of approximately 7,000 students, including close to 1,000 graduate students. Show on map
Richard B Russell DamRichard B. Russell Dam is a concrete-gravity and embankment dam located on the Savannah River at the border of South Carolina and Georgia, creating Richard B. Russell Lake. The dam was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers between 1974 and 1985 for the purposes of flood control, hydroelectricity, recreation, additional stream flow regulation, water supply, and fish and wildlife management. The concrete structure of the dam spans 1,904 feet (580 m) and rises 210 feet (64 m) above the riverbed, housing a hydro-power plant with an installed 600 megawatts (800,000 hp) capacity. The Richard B. Russell Dam is the final large dam completed by the U.S. Army Corps in the Savannah River Basin and lies 30 miles downstream from the Hartwell Dam (1962) and 37 miles (60 km) upstream from the J. Stro Show on map
Redan High SchoolRedan High School is a public secondary school located in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The school is south of the city of Stone Mountain. Redan was established in 1976 by the DeKalb County School System. The school's mascot is the Raider. Both Redan High School and its \"twin,\" Stone Mountain High School, were built without any main windows on their exteriors (except for in the main common area). The windowless construction was for energy-saving purposes during the \"energy crunch\" of the mid-to-late 1970s. Show on map
Mighty Eighth Air Force MuseumThe National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a modern extensive museum facility located in Pooler, Georgia, in the western suburbs of Savannah. It is at exit 102 of I-95. It educates visitors through the use of exhibits, artifacts, archival materials, and stories, most of which are dedicated to the history of the Eighth Air Force of the United States Army Air Corps that served in the European Theatre during World War II. Show on map
Indian Creek StationIndian Creek is a train station in Stone Mountain, Georgia, the eastern terminus of the Blue Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It has an island platform with one track on each side of the platform. This station opened in June 1993. Show on map
Creekview High SchoolCreekview High School is a public high school located in the Macedonia community, east of Canton, Georgia, United States. The school was opened in 2006, and the first class graduated in 2009. The high school is directly across the road from Creekland Middle School. In the first year of the high school, the ninth grade resided in one hall of the middle school. The following year, the students moved to the new building across the street and were joined by the rising freshmen. Show on map
Lee County High SchoolLee County High School is a public school located in Leesburg, Georgia, United States. The mascot is the Trojan and the school colors are red and white. LCHS has achieved Adequate Yearly Progress for seven years in a row and is part of the Lee County School District, which is one of only a few school systems in the state of Georgia to earn AYP for six years in a row. The vision statement of Lee County High School is \"Working together to provide superior learning opportunities that empower all students to be lifelong learners and achievers.\" Show on map
Jenkins County High SchoolJenkins County High School is located in Jenkins County in the city of Millen, Georgia, United States. Their mascot is the War Eagle. Jenkins County's track team won the state championship in 2003 and were state runners-up in 2004. The Jenkins County JROTC Raiders and Regulation Drill Team were 2008 and 2009 Overall State Champions. The Raider team was first runner-up at the national level competition, held in Molena, Georgia, in 2009. The Jenkins County boys' cross country team were the 2012 and 2013 GHSA Class A Public State Runner-Ups and the 2014 GHSA Class A Public State Champions. The Jenkins County girls' cross country team were the 2014 GHSA Class A Public second runner-up (third place). Show on map
Dekalb-Peachtree AirportDeKalb–Peachtree Airport (IATA: PDK, ICAO: KPDK, FAA LID: PDK) is a county owned, public use airport in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The airport is located in Chamblee, Georgia, just northeast of Atlanta. It is also known commonly as Peachtree–DeKalb Airport, or simply PDK. Other names (rarely used) include Peachtree Airport, DeKalb Airport, or DeKalb County Airport. ASOS weather reports are produced 24 hours per day as \"Chamblee\". It has one airline service with Southern Airways Express. Show on map
Georgia AquariumThe Georgia Aquarium is a public aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It houses thousands of animals, representing several thousand species, all of which reside in 10 million US gallons (38,000 m3) of marine and salt water, and is the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere. It was the largest aquarium in the world from its opening in 2005 until 2012, when it was surpassed by Marine Life Park in Singapore. The Aquarium's notable specimens include whale sharks, beluga whales, bottlenose dolphins, and manta rays. Show on map
WCLP-TV (Chatsworth)WNGH-TV is a PBS member public television station licensed to serve Chatsworth, Georgia on digital TV channel 33 (virtual channel 18). It is part of the Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) state network, serving North Georgia and the Chattanooga media market. Despite its UHF frequency, the height of WNGH's transmitter makes it one of GPB's strongest stations. It provides at least secondary coverage as far north as Athens, Tennessee and as far south as metro Atlanta's north-northwestern suburbs, many of which can no longer get GPB's primary public television station, WGTV TV 8. Two broadcast translator stations help bring the signal to the mountainous parts of the service area. However, some network program duplication occurs with WTCI-TV, the main PBS station for the Chattanooga area. Show on map
Windsor HotelThe Best Western Plus Windsor Hotel at 125 West Lamar Street in Americus, Georgia was built in 1892 to attract winter visitors from the northeastern United States. The five-story Queen Anne hotel was designed by a Swedish-born architect, Gottfried Leonard Norrman, working in Atlanta. It featured a hundred rooms and a three-story atrium. It closed in the early 1970s, but later reopened with 53 guest rooms. Show on map
Tallulah Falls Boarding SchoolTallulah Falls School is a private boarding and day school located in the town of Tallulah Falls, Georgia, United States, within Habersham and Rabun Counties. The school is located on a wooded campus in Northeast Georgia on the southern slopes of Cherokee Mountain at the foothills of the Appalachian chain. The school was founded in 1909 by Mary Ann Lipscomb of Athens. The school is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Callaway StadiumCallaway Stadium is a football/soccer stadium located in LaGrange, Georgia. It was built in 1958 by Callaway Foundation and is used by the Troup County High School, LaGrange High School, and Callaway High School football and soccer teams, as well as the LaGrange College Fighting Red Panthers football team. The facilities are also used by the football teams of the three public middle schools in Troup County as well. Despite its age, the stadium is still considered to be a state-of-the-art facility, having had FieldTurf installed in 2004 and a more advanced scoreboard installed in 2008. Its capacity is roughly 5,000 people all day long and has a press box on the home side. Show on map
WXTX-TV (Columbus)WXTX is the Fox-affiliated television station for the Chattahoochee Valley of West-Central Georgia and East-Central Alabama. Licensed to Columbus, Georgia, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 49 (or virtual channel 54.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in the Vista Terrance section of South Columbus. The station can also be seen Mediacom and Knology channel 7 as well as Charter channel 8. Show on map
Jonesboro High SchoolJonesboro High School is a four-year public high school located in Jonesboro, Georgia, United States. The school is part of the Clayton County School District, and is located at 7728 Mt. Zion Boulevard. The school's teams are known as the Cardinals, and the school colors are red, white, and black. U.S. News & World Report selected Jonesboro as one of the top 100 schools in the United States in its December 1998 issue. The school has produced several notable alumni. Show on map
Lake Dow Christian AcademyLake Dow Christian Academy is a private Christian school in McDonough, Georgia. Approximately 100 students are enrolled in the institution, which has the mission of \"teaching Christian family values.\" Lake Dow Christian Academy was founded in the fall of 1977 to teach children a fundamental, Christ-centered academic program of reading, writing, and arithmetic. Grades pre-kindergarten through 12 are enrolled in the Abeka program, which centers on phonics. Lake Dow Christian Academy is distinctively different in its dress code and discipline. Lake Dow Christian Academy is accredited by the National Association of Christian Education. Lake Dow Christian Academy is a member of the Georgia Association of Christian Schools and the American Association of Christian Schools. Show on map
Gainesville State CollegeGainesville State College was a state college of the University System of Georgia serving northeast Georgia. The Gainesville State College Gainesville Campus, located 45 miles northeast of Atlanta and six miles southwest of downtown Gainesville in Oakwood, was on Georgia State Route 53 less than a mile from I-985 exit 16. The Gainesville State College Oconee Campus was located on Bishop Farms Parkway in Watkinsville, Georgia. Students were drawn primarily from the increasingly diverse northeast Georgia area. Show on map
WVAN-TV (Savannah)WVAN-TV channel 9 is a non-commercial educational television station located in Savannah, Georgia, USA. WVAN-TV is part of the Georgia Public Broadcasting public television network and carries programming from PBS, GPB and other sources. The station's transmitter is co-located with sister radio station WSVH (91.1 FM) on a broadcast tower in Pembroke, west of Savannah and just north of Fort Stewart. Although it appears that the call letters stand for SaVANnah, they are actually a tribute to former Georgia governor, Ernest Vandiver. Show on map
Life UniversityLife University is a private university in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta, Georgia, United States, that offers undergraduate programs. Besides undergraduate and graduate programs in health and wellness-oriented fields, Life University is known for its Doctor of Chiropractic degree program, which is the largest single campus chiropractic college in the world. Show on map
Richard B Russell AirportRichard B. Russell Airport (IATA: RMG, ICAO: KRMG, FAA LID: RMG) is a county-owned public-use airport in Floyd County, Georgia, United States. The airport is located six nautical miles (11 km) north of the central business district of Rome, Georgia. It is also known as Richard B. Russell Regional Airport. This airport is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (2009-2013), which categorizes it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Fellowship Christian SchoolFellowship Christian School is located in Roswell, Georgia. It is a small private school located on Woodstock Road off of Highway 92. Neighboring Fellowship Christian is Roswell High School and Blessed Trinity Catholic High School. The uniqueness of Fellowship Christian is its Biblical foundation. The school's primary goals are to introduce Biblical truths, and help their students in whole-person development. As of the end of the 2014 school year, Fellowship Christian School has more than 800 students, and it is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) as well as Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS). Show on map
Southwest Georgia Regional AirportSouthwest Georgia Regional Airport (IATA: ABY, ICAO: KABY, FAA LID: ABY) is a city owned, public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) southwest of the central business district of Albany, a city in Dougherty County, Georgia, United States. It is served by commercial passenger airlines. The 2013 Federal sequester resulted in the airport's control tower only being manned twelve hours a day, instead of the prior 24 hours a day. Show on map
WELF-TV (Dalton)WELF-TV is a religious television station licensed to Dalton, Georgia and serving the Chattanooga, Tennessee media market, spanning southeast Tennessee, northwest Georgia, far western North Carolina, and northeast Alabama. The address of the office and transmitter are 8617 Highway 157, Rising Fawn, Georgia, 30738 Phone:706/398-0914 (Rising Fawn is a suburb of Chattanooga), broadcasting digitally on channel 16, and formerly analog on 23. The station is owned and operated by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. Show on map
Skidaway Institute of OceanographyThe Skidaway Institute of Oceanography (SkIO) is an internationally renowned marine science research institute located on the northern end of Skidaway Island near Savannah, Georgia, USA. Founded in 1968, it is now a research unit of the University of Georgia. It does not grant degrees, but its faculty serve as adjuncts to universities, and as mentors and advisors for visiting students and interns. SkIO faculty also frequently collaborate with marine scientists of other institutes both nationally and internationally. In 2012, It was announced that SkIO would be put under the management of the University of Georgia as part of an effort to streamline the University System of Georgia, the realignment with the University of Georgia being completed in July 2013. Show on map
Atlanta Charter Middle SchoolAtlanta Public Schools is a school district based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. APS is run by the Atlanta Board of Education with superintendent Dr. Meria J. Carstarphen. The system has an active enrollment of 54,956 students, attending a total of 103 school sites: 50 elementary schools (three of which operate on a year-round calendar), 15 middle schools, 21 high schools, four single-gender academies and 13 charter schools. The school system also supports two alternative schools for middle and/or high school students, two community schools, and an adult learning center. Show on map
Candler School of Theology Emory UniversityCandler School of Theology at Emory University is located in the metropolitan Atlanta area in western unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. Candler School of Theology is one of thirteen seminaries affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Founded in 1914, the school was named after Warren Akin Candler, a former president and chancellor of Emory University and a bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Currently more than 500 students from over 50 denominations attend Candler School of Theology. Candler houses the World Methodist Evangelism Institute, which is a joint project with the World Methodist Council. Candler has been accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS) since 1938. Show on map
Bankhead StationBankhead is a train station in Atlanta, Georgia, the western terminus of the Green Line in the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. This stations primarily serves the neighborhoods of Bankhead and West Atlanta. It provides connecting bus service to Bankhead, Donald Lee Hollowell Highway, and Maddox Park. Unlike most MARTA stations, which are provisioned for eight rail cars, Bankhead can only accommodate two cars, with adequate space left in place to allow extension to four cars in the future. It is the only station served exclusively by the Green Line. Show on map
Walter F George School of LawThe Walter F. George School of Law (also known as Mercer University School of Law or Mercer Law School), founded in 1873, is one of the oldest law schools in the United States and is the second oldest of Mercer's 12 colleges and schools. The School of Law has approximately 440 students and is located in Macon, Georgia on its own campus one mile (1.6 km) from Mercer's main campus. The law school building, one of Macon's most recognizable sites, is a three-story partial replica of Independence Hall in Philadelphia and is located on Coleman Hill overlooking downtown Macon. According to Mercer's official 2013 ABA-required disclosures, 65% of the Class of 2013 obtained full-time, long-term, JD-required employment nine months after graduation. Show on map
Oakland City StationOakland City is an embankment rail station in Atlanta, Georgia, serving the Red and Gold lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. Opened on December 15, 1984, it has one island platform between two tracks. Both sides of the station are accessed via a pedestrian underpass beneath adjacent roadways and, in the case of the east underpass, a freight railway. Though at-grade, the steep embankment on which this station is situated gives it the appearance of an elevated station. This station mainly serves the Oakland City, Sylvan Hills and Capitol View neighborhoods of Atlanta. Show on map
Columbia High SchoolColumbia High School (CHS) is a four-year public high school located in Decatur, Georgia, United States. It opened in 1966. In 1992, the Mathematics, Science and Technology Magnet Programs were established at Columbia, which gave students in the Metro Atlanta area an opportunity to have a more focus-based education in these areas. Columbia's mascot is the Eagles and its colors are orange and blue. Its motto is \"Students are our business.\" Columbia High School neighbors Southwest Dekalb High School, Towers High School, and McNair High School. Show on map
Sidney Lanier BridgeThe Sidney Lanier Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the Brunswick River in Brunswick, Georgia, carrying four lanes of U.S. Route 17. The current bridge was built as a replacement to the original vertical-lift bridge, which was twice struck by ships. It is currently the longest-spanning bridge in Georgia and is 480 feet (150 m) tall. It is also the seventy-sixth largest cable-stayed bridge in the world. It was named for poet Sidney Lanier. Each year (usually in February), there is the \"Bridge Run\" sponsored by Southeast Georgia Health System when the south side of the bridge is closed to traffic and people register to run (or walk) the bridge. Show on map
Seigakuin Atlanta International SchoolSeigakuin Atlanta International School (聖学院アトランタ国際学校 Seigakuin Atoranta Kokusai Gakkō, SAINTS) is an international private elementary school located in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, northeast of Atlanta. It is an affiliate to Seigakuin University, and therefore is a Shiritsu zaigai kyōiku shisetsu (私立在外教育施設) or an overseas branch of a Japanese private school. It is the only school in Greater Atlanta to have its curriculum accredited by the Japanese Ministry of Education. From its founding in 1990 until 2003, the school had been located on the property of Oglethorpe University in Brookhaven, DeKalb County. In 2003, the school moved to its current location. Since April 2008, Minako Oki Ahearn (エイハーンみな子 Eihān Minako) has served as the principal. Show on map
Nottely DamNottely Dam is a hydroelectric and flood storage dam on the Nottely River in Union County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. The dam is owned and operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, which built the dam in the early 1940s as a flood control structure and to help regulate flow at nearby Hiwassee Dam. The dam impounds the Lake Nottely of 4,180 acres (16.9 km2). While the dam was built primarily for flood storage, a generator was installed at Nottely in the 1950s, giving it a small hydroelectric output. Show on map
Stone Mountain-Britt Memorial Airport (historical)The Stone Mountain Airport (FAA LID: 00A), later also known as Stone Mountain Britt Memorial Airport (after the owner's wife), was a small privately run public-use airport located in Stone Mountain, Georgia (east-northeast of the mountain) from around 1963 until 1996. Used for general aviation, it had a paved runway of either 2,700 feet (820 m) or 3,000 feet (910 m), and a \"crosswind\" grass runway of unknown length. The fixed-base operator was Stone Mountain Aviation Inc. Show on map
WCLK-FM (Atlanta)WCLK FM 91.9 is a radio station licensed to Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and serves the core area of metro Atlanta. It is owned and operated as a public radio station by Clark Atlanta University. WCLK is also broadcast in HD radio. It was granted a construction permit in early 2009 to downgrade its effective radiated power (the maximum in any direction) from 6 kW to 2.5 kW; however, this will change its footprint very little, reducing its range to the north and east by just a few kilometers or miles. Coverage to the south and west will remain the same. Show on map
Elm Street Elementary SchoolElm Street Elementary School was one of the first schools to be built in a planned community, it is also one of 8 elementary schools in the Rome City School District located in Georgia. The naming convention for most of the streets in the community, and thus for the school, related to various types of trees. It is a public school that serves students in grades Pre Kindergarten and, K-6. Elm Street Elementary School was built in 1922 and is in use today. Dr. JoAnn Moss is the principal, while Mr. Doug Long serves as assistant principal. Show on map
Grisham StadiumGrisham Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Carrollton, Georgia. The stadium is home to the football program from Carrollton High School and is also the former home field for the University of West Georgia. Show on map
WTVM-TV (Columbus)WTVM is the ABC-affiliated television station for Columbus, Georgia. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 11 from a transmitter in Cusseta. The station can also be seen on Charter, Knology, and Mediacom channel 10. There is a high definition feed offered on Charter digital channel 707, Mediacom digital channel 810, and Knology digital channel 901. Show on map
Sanford StadiumSanford Stadium is the on-campus playing venue for football at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, United States. The 92,746-seat stadium is the tenth-largest stadium in the NCAA. Architecturally, the stadium is known for its numerous expansions over the years that have been carefully planned to fit with the existing \"look\" of the stadium. Games played there are said to be played \"Between the Hedges\" due to the field being surrounded by privet hedges, which have been a part of the design of the stadium since it opened in 1929. The current hedges were planted in 1996 after the originals were taken out. Show on map
East Point StationEast Point is a train station in East Point, Georgia, serving the Red and Gold lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It has an island platform between two tracks. It was opened on August 16, 1986. It mainly serves East Point, Camp Creek, and unincorporated South Fulton and College Park. Show on map
Union Grove High SchoolUnion Grove High School is a public institution within the Henry County School System in McDonough, Georgia, United States. It hosts students from ninth through twelfth grades. Current enrollment hovers around 1,532 students. Show on map
Spalding High SchoolSpalding High School is located in Griffin, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Griffin-Spalding County School System. Its mascot is a jaguar and the school colors are blue and silver. This is the third Spalding County school to have this name. The first Spalding High was built in 1929 and opened in 1930. It was located on Spalding Street, near the Dixie Highway and west of the city of Griffin. In 1943, the original building burned. In 1945, the second Spalding High was built. The first two schools were part of the Spalding County School System. In 1953, the Griffin and Spalding County school systems merged. As a result of the consolidation, the second Spalding High was closed. Show on map
Lovejoy High SchoolLovejoy High School (LHS) is located at 1587 McDonough Road in Hampton, Georgia, United States. The school's teams are known as the Wildcats. Lovejoy High School is the southernmost secondary school in Clayton County. Lovejoy is a part of the Clayton County Public Schools. Middle schools generally associated with Lovejoy High are Lovejoy Middle School and Mundy's Mill Middle School. Lovejoy High School is one of two International Baccalaureate Organization-accredited schools in Clayton County. Show on map
The Georgian Terrace HotelThe Georgian Terrace Hotel in Midtown Atlanta, part of the Fox Theatre Historic District, was designed by architect William Lee Stoddart in a Beaux-Arts style that was intended to evoke the architecture of Paris. Construction commenced on July 21, 1910, and ended on September 8, 1911, and the hotel opened on October 2, 1911. The George C. Fuller Construction Company was contractor, and the developer was Joseph F. Gatins, Jr. A 19-story wing, designed by Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart and Associates, was added in 1991. A major renovation was completed in 2009. Show on map
Union General HospitalUnion General Hospital is a 160,000-square-foot (15,000 m2) hospital in North Georgia, United States, and it is the public hospital for the city of Blairsville and Union County. Operated by the Union County Hospital Authority, it is located in the northeast section of the city. It was named the 2001 Rural Georgia Hospital of the Year by the Georgia Rural Health Association. Show on map
Archer High SchoolArcher High School is a public high school near Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States. It is operated by Gwinnett County Public Schools. It is named after Gwinnett County teacher and coach Benjamin Vernon Archer. Show on map
Camden County High SchoolCamden County High School is the only public high school for Camden County, Georgia, United States, serving grades 9-12. It is located beside the Camden Recreational Center, which provides the school with many extracurricular services and activities, along with Chris Gilman Stadium, home of the school's football team. Show on map
WNEG-TV (Toccoa)WGTA, virtual channel 32 (UHF digital channel 24), is a television station licensed to Toccoa, Georgia and serving much of the northeastern portion of the state. WGTA maintains studio facilities located on Big A Road in Toccoa, and its transmitter is located northwest of Camp Toccoa in northwestern Stephens County. Show on map
Hartwell DamHartwell Dam is a concrete and embankment dam located on the Savannah River at the border of South Carolina and Georgia, creating Lake Hartwell. The dam was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers between 1955 and 1962 for the purposes of flood control, hydropower and navigation. The concrete and earthen structure spans 15,840 feet (4,828 m). The concrete section is 1,900 feet (579 m) long and rises 204 feet (62 m) above the riverbed at its apex. The Hartwell Dam currently produces 468 million KWh of electricity annually, has prevented over $40 million in flood damage since completion and also provides recreation, water quality, water supply, along with fish and wildlife management. Show on map
Doraville StationDoraville is a train station in Doraville, Georgia, and the northern terminus on the Gold Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. Doraville serves as the ground for the Doraville rail yard for the Gold line, with a capacity of 30 rail cars. This station mainly serves Doravile and certain communities in Gwinnett County. Show on map
Fox TheatreThe Fox Theatre (often marketed as the Fabulous Fox), a former movie palace, is a performing arts venue located at 660 Peachtree Street NE in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, and is the centerpiece of the Fox Theatre Historic District. Show on map
WXIA-TV (Atlanta)WXIA-TV virtual channel 11 (VHF digital channel 10) is an NBC-affiliated television station located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The station is owned by Tegna, Inc, as part of a duopoly with MyNetworkTV affiliate WATL (channel 36). The two stations has shared studio facilities and offices located at One Monroe Place on the north end of midtown Atlanta; WXIA's transmitter located in the city's east section, near Kirkwood. Show on map
Cross Keys High SchoolCross Keys High School is a public high school in Georgia, United States which opened in 1958. It is located at 1626 North Druid Hills Road NE in the city of Brookhaven, near Atlanta, on the western edge of DeKalb County. It serves students from the Doraville and Chamblee areas of the DeKalb County School System. As of 2014 the student body was reported to be 67% Hispanic, 16% Black, 13% Asian, 3%, White, and 1% other ethnic groups. It is the most culturally diverse high school in the state, with students from 65 countries who speak 75 different languages. Show on map
Harllee Branch Power PlantPlant Harllee Branch was a coal-fired power station located in southeastern Putnam County, just southeast of Eatonton, Georgia, USA. It was located about halfway between Eatonton and Milledgeville, to the southeast. The power plant was owned and operated by Georgia Power. It was named after Harllee Branch Jr., president of Georgia Power. Georgia Power closed this plant in August 2015. The demolition of the chimney was scheduled for October 9, 2016 but was postponed due to Hurricane Matthew. On October 15, shortly after 8 AM, a controlled demolition took down the stack. Show on map
Atlanta Speech SchoolEstablished in 1938, the Atlanta Speech School serves children and adults with speech, hearing, language, or learning disabilities through clinical and education programs, in addition to providing professional development for teachers and educators in partner schools and preschools. Show on map
Atlanta International SchoolAtlanta International School is a private elementary, middle and high school in Atlanta, Georgia. An International Baccalaureate School, it was formed in 1984. In December 2011, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution described it as \"one of the city's premier private schools\". Faculty, parents and students at Atlanta International School represent more than 93 countries and speak more than 50 languages; approximately half of AIS families are from the United States and half are international. Show on map
Athens AcademyAthens Academy is a private, co-educational, college preparatory school originally founded in Athens, now located in Oconee County, Georgia, United States. The school offers grades K3 through 12. It was founded in 1967. The school's motto is Excellentia Cum Honore (or \"Excellence with Honor\"). The 152-acre (0.62 km2) campus has 14 academic buildings (including two state-of-the-art media centers), two gymnasia, six tennis courts, a football/soccer field, a cross country course, a track, baseball field, and indoor baseball facility. The school's mission statement is \"Athens Academy seeks excellence with honor in the educational and personal experience of each student.\" Show on map
WTOC-TV (Savannah)WTOC-TV is the CBS-affiliated television station for Southeastern Georgia's Coastal Empire and Southern South Carolina's Lowcountry. Licensed to Savannah, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 11 from a transmitter along Fort Argyle Road/SR 204 in unincorporated Chatham County, Georgia. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 6 as well as Time Warner Cable and Charter channel 11. There is a high definition feed offered on Comcast digital channel 433, Charter digital channel 711, and Time Warner Cable digital channel 1110. Owned by Raycom Media, WTOC has studios located off Chatham Center Drive in Savannah's Chatham Parkway section. Show on map
Johns Creek High SchoolJohns Creek High School is a public high school in Johns Creek, Georgia, United States, serving grades 9-12. The school is a part of the Fulton County School System. Its students primarily reside inside the city of Johns Creek, though the school also serves part of Alpharetta. Students from both Autrey Mill Middle School and River Trail Middle School attend Johns Creek. The school, a state-of-the-art facility, was opened in the fall of 2009 and has an enrollment around 1,935. The school's mascot is the Gladiator. Show on map
Cockspur Island Lighthouse (historical)Cockspur Island is an island in the south channel of the Savannah River near Lazaretto Creek, northwest of Tybee Island, Georgia, United States. Most of the island is within the boundaries of Fort Pulaski National Monument. Historic buildings on the island include Fort Pulaski and the Cockspur Island Lighthouse, designed by John S. Norris, the New York City architect. During the Spanish–American War, a coastal artillery battery, Battery Hambright, was built on the island; it was reactivated during World Wars One and Two. \n* Fort Pulaski \n* Cockspur Island Lighthouse \n* \n* \n* Show on map
Ringgold High SchoolRinggold High School is a public four-year comprehensive high school located in Catoosa County, Georgia, United States, in the outskirts of Chattanooga, Tennessee. It serves the communities of Ringgold and was the first high school to be founded in Catoosa County. The school currently represents Region 7-AAA in athletics. On April 27, 2011, Ringgold High School was heavily damaged by an F4 tornado. For the remainder of the 2010-2011 school year, Ringgold students attended Heritage High School in the afternoons while Heritage students attended school in the mornings. Show on map
Collins Hill High SchoolCollins Hill High School is a high school in Gwinnett County, near Suwanee, Georgia, United States. The school is operated by Gwinnett County Public Schools. The only school which feeds into it is Creekland Middle School. Collins Hill was the biggest high school in Georgia when it first opened in 1994, and has since added 20 acres (81,000 m2). Its student population has grown from its original 1377 to a high of about 4,200, the current count being 3,155. Show on map
Hunter Army AirfieldHunter Army Airfield (IATA: SVN, ICAO: KSVN, FAA LID: SVN), located in Savannah, Georgia, United States, is a military airfield and subordinate installation to Fort Stewart located in Hinesville, Georgia. Show on map
Lambert High SchoolLambert High School is a public secondary school located outside the limits of Suwanee, Georgia, in Forsyth County, Georgia, a suburb northeast of Atlanta. It is the newest of five high schools in the Forsyth County School District. The school is a state-of-the-art facility, with an annual enrollment of about 2,500 students. Most students who attend Lambert reside in southern Forsyth County, an affluent area located near the border of Johns Creek. The students are drawn from Riverwatch Middle and South Forsyth Middle school. The school was built to alleviate over-crowding at South Forsyth High School, which is located 3.8 miles away, off Peachtree Parkway. Show on map
Neely Nuclear Research CenterThe Frank H. Neely Nuclear Research Center, also known as the Neely Research Reactor and the Georgia Tech Research Reactor was a nuclear engineering research center on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus, which had a live, 5 kilowatt heavy-water-cooled research reactor from 1961 until 1996. It was decommissioned in November 1999. The building that housed the reactor was demolished to make way for the Marcus Nanotechnology Research Center. Show on map
Middle Georgia Regional AirportMiddle Georgia Regional Airport (IATA: MCN, ICAO: KMCN, FAA LID: MCN) is a city owned, public use airport located nine nautical miles (10 mi, 17 km) south of the central business district of Macon, a city in Bibb County, Georgia, United States. It is mostly used for general aviation, but is also served by one commercial airline. Show on map
Barrow County AirportBarrow County Airport (IATA: WDR, ICAO: KWDR, FAA LID: WDR) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) east of the central business district of Winder, a city in Barrow County, Georgia, United States. It is owned by the Barrow County Airport Authority. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Berkmar High SchoolBerkmar High School is a high school located in Lilburn, Georgia, United States. It has approximately 3,366 students, grades 9 through 12. Berkmar High School's principal is Alfred \"Al\" Taylor. He took the place of interim principal Jane Stegall after she replaced Dr. Michael Zinn, who announced he would be stepping down from his position at the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year. Dr. Zinn replaced Ken Johnson, the current Archer High School principal, for the 2012-2013 school year. Current assistant principals are Eva Castillo, Dr. Linda Clark, David Covington, Martha Finnegan, Gypsy Hernandez, Dan Knudsen, Cindy Moffett, and George Zaun (Community School Director). Show on map
Altamaha Technical CollegeAltamaha Technical College (ATC) is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) and provides education for a seven-county service area in southeast Georgia, United States. The school's service area includes Appling, Camden, Glynn, Jeff Davis, Long, McIntosh and Wayne counties. Show on map
Savannah Arts AcademyAs of the 2005-06 school year, the school had an enrollment of 668 students and 50.1 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student-teacher ratio of 13.3. In 2012, the school was ranked the #1 high school in Georgia, and #87 among more than five thousand high schools nationally, by US News and World Report. Show on map
Augusta Regional AirportAugusta Regional Airport (Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field) (IATA: AGS, ICAO: KAGS, FAA LID: AGS) is a city-owned public airport seven miles (11 km) south of Augusta, in Richmond County, Georgia. Show on map
North Atlanta High SchoolNorth Atlanta High School is a high school of approximately 1,800 students in Buckhead, the northern part of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The school is a part of Atlanta Public Schools. The school was formed after North Fulton High School combined with Northside High School during the 1991–1992 school year. This merger resulted in North Atlanta High School being the only high school in Atlanta Public Schools (APS) to host two magnet programs: the International Studies Program and the Performance Arts. The Performance Arts program is now technically defunct, but North Atlanta continues to encourage students' artistic abilities and talents in performance. Show on map
Buckhead StationBuckhead is a train station in Atlanta, Georgia, serving the Red Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. This station is the first station only served by the Red Line. It is located in the Buckhead neighborhood in the median of State Route 400, a limited access highway, at Peachtree Road/State Route 141. The station is in easy walking distance of many offices, hotels and shopping centers, including Lenox Square, although the Lenox MARTA station provides easier access to the mall. The buc, a zero-fare bus service, also provides transportation to the surrounding area. The Buckhead Station also features Zipcars. Show on map
Chattahoochee High SchoolChattahoochee High School (colloquially referred to as \"Hooch\") is a public high school in Johns Creek, Georgia, United States, within the Fulton County School System. It is located next to one of its feeder schools, Taylor Road Middle School. Show on map
J I Clements StadiumJ. I. Clements Stadium is a baseball venue located in Statesboro, Georgia, USA. It is home to the Georgia Southern University Eagles college baseball team of the Division I Sun Belt Conference. It has a capacity of 3,000 spectators (530 chair-back seats and 2,470 stadium bench back seats) and opened in 2005. Show on map
Creekland Middle SchoolGwinnett County Public Schools is a school district operating in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. GCPS is the largest school system in Georgia, with 139 schools and an estimated enrollment of 178,000 students for the 2016-2017 year. GCPS is estimated to be the 14th largest school district in the U.S. The district has its headquarters in an unincorporated area near Suwanee. Show on map
Wesleyan SchoolWesleyan School is an independent K-12 school located 20 miles north of Atlanta in the suburb of Peachtree Corners. It was founded in 1963 and has existed on its current grounds since 1996. The school includes grades K-12 with a total student body of 1122 for the 2010-2011 school year. The high school is composed of about 430 students, and is a member of the Georgia High School Association and competes in the AA classification in Region 6. Wesleyan is named after John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, and all faculty are professed Christians from varying denominations, though students and families come from a variety of faith backgrounds. Show on map
WNIV-AM (Atlanta)WNIV is a Christian talk radio station licensed to Atlanta in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is owned by Salem Communications along with its sister station WLTA. WLTA (AM) in Alpharetta, Georgia relays the programming of WNIV in that northern Atlanta suburb at 1400 kHz. WNIV broadcasts at a frequency of 970 kHz with 5,000 watts of power during daytime hours and 39 watts during nighttime hours both times using a non-directional antenna pattern. WNIV's single transmitting tower is shared by WAFS (AM) at 1190 kHz using an antenna diplexing system. The Federal Communications Commission considers WNIV to be a Class D AM broadcasting facility. Show on map
Fort Gillem (historical)Fort Gillem is a United States Army Post located in Forest Park, Georgia, on the southeast edge of Atlanta in Clayton County. Founded in 1941, it was a satellite installation of nearby Fort McPherson. The base houses different supply and support units, including the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory and the 3rd MP Group (CID), both units of the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command. It employs 456 active duty personnel, 1,663 Army reservist, and 1,667 civilians. In 1973, its 1,465 acres (5.93 km2) were annexed by Forest Park. The fort was named in the memory of Lieutenant General Alvan Cullom Gillem, Jr.. Show on map
WFTD-AM (Marietta)WFTD AM is a local Atlanta area AM broadcasting station (licensed to Marietta, Georgia). The station's programming is in Spanish consisting of music and talk under the branding of \"Radio La Ley 1080 AM\". It broadcasts at a frequency of 1080 kHz with 50,000 watts of power during the daytime and 30,000 watts during critical hours using a directional antenna system. WFTD is classified as a class D AM broadcast station according to the Federal Communications Commission. WFTD must sign off during nighttime hours at avoid interference to the clear channel stations WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut and KRLD in Dallas, Texas on the same frequency. Show on map
WABW-TV (Pelham)WABW-TV digital channel 6 (Ex-Analog Channel 14) part of the Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) public broadcasting network, serves Albany and southwestern Georgia, from its transmitter in Pelham. The station's signal travels in about a 50-mile (80-km) radius from the transmitter site, carrying it into the Tallahassee and central north Florida area also. The broadcast tower was shared by W232AB 94.3 Camilla, which retransmitted GPB Radio from WABR FM 91.1 Tifton until its license was cancelled on August 27, 2015. Show on map
Oak Grove Elementary SchoolThe Cherokee County School District manages the 36 schools in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. The school district's leadership consists of an elected seven-member school board. School board members are: The board's chairperson is elected by the county at large and does not represent a single post. The school board appoints a school superintendent; Dr. Brian V. Hightower has held this position since 2016. Show on map
Creekland Middle SchoolThe Cherokee County School District manages the 36 schools in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. The school district's leadership consists of an elected seven-member school board. School board members are: The board's chairperson is elected by the county at large and does not represent a single post. The school board appoints a school superintendent; Dr. Brian V. Hightower has held this position since 2016. Show on map
Woodland High SchoolWoodland High School is a public high school in Bartow County, Georgia, United States, serving grades 9 through 12. The school also has a pre-kindergarten program. The total enrollment is 1,500, usually comprising students from two nearby public middle schools. Show on map
Alexander Memorial ColiseumThe Hank McCamish Pavilion (formerly known as the Alexander Memorial Coliseum, also nicknamed The Dome or The Thrillerdome,) is an indoor arena located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It is the home of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets men's basketball and Yellow Jackets women's basketball teams, which represent the Georgia Institute of Technology. Show on map
Sprayberry High SchoolSprayberry High School is a public high school located in eastern Cobb County in Marietta, Georgia, United States, a suburb of Atlanta. It is a comprehensive senior high school (grades 9-12) with approximately 1700 students. It opened in 1952 at a location on Cobb Parkway and moved to its current location at 2525 Sandy Plains Road in 1973. Sprayberry High School is a microcosm of Cobb County in that it serves students from a variety of ethnic groups, socio-economic levels, and academic abilities. Middle schools feeding upcoming students into Sprayberry are McCleskey, Daniell, and Simpson Middle School. The school mascot is the Yellow Jacket. Show on map
Paulson StadiumAllen E. Paulson Stadium is a 25,000 seat on campus football stadium in Statesboro, Georgia. It is home to the Georgia Southern Eagles football team and the focal point of Erk Russell Athletic Park. Paulson Stadium was dedicated on Sept. 29, 1984 with a 48-11 win over Liberty University. The game was a fitting end to four years of planning one of the finest I-AA facilities in America. The phrase \"Prettiest Little Stadium in America\" was coined by former Coach Erk Russell. The stadium has also come to be known as \"Our House\" to reflect the extreme home field advantage (Overall record of 177-33 and home playoff record of 33-3). Show on map
Cherokee High SchoolCherokee High School is one of eight public high schools of the Cherokee County School District in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. It is located in Canton. Established in 1956, it replaced Canton High School, the county's first high school. There are eight high schools in the Cherokee County School District: Etowah High School, Sequoyah High School, Woodstock High School, Creekview High School, River Ridge High School, Crossroads HS/MS, and Polaris Evening School. Show on map
Norcross High SchoolNorcross High School is located in Norcross, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Gwinnett County Public Schools. It serves the cities of Norcross and Peachtree Corners. Norcross High School occupies a 440,000-square-foot (41,000 m2) facility at 5300 Spalding Drive which opened in August 2001. William Bishop is the current school principal. Norcross is the only high school in the Gwinnett County school system to have the IB Diploma Programme (1999). Norcross High School's rival is North Gwinnett High School. Its mascot is the Blue Devil and the school colors are blue, silver, and white. Show on map
WBTR-FM (Carrollton)WBTR-FM (92.1 FM, \"B-92.1 Country\") is a radio station licensed in the city of Carrollton, Georgia, located west-southwest of Atlanta. The station plays a country music format. WBTR-FM is \"Your Radio Home Of The Dawgs, Braves & Nascar!\" and \"Today's Best Country And All Your Favorites\". The licensee is WYAI, Inc. Show on map
University of West GeorgiaThe University of West Georgia is a comprehensive doctoral-granting university in Carrollton, Georgia, approximately 45 miles (80 km) west of Atlanta, Georgia. The University is built on 645 acres (2 km²) including a recent addition of 246 acres (1 km²) from the city of Carrollton in 2003. Off-campus classes are available in Dalton, Newnan, Georgia Highlands College in Rome, and at several other community locations throughout the state. It has an enrollment of approximately 11,700 students. For the past ten years, the University has been repeatedly named as one of the Best Southeastern Colleges by The Princeton Review. Show on map
North Georgia Technical CollegeNorth Georgia Technical College is the oldest technical college in the state of Georgia, and is part of the Technical College System of Georgia. Its main campus is in Clarkesville, with additional campuses in Toccoa (called the Currahee campus after nearby Currahee Mountain) and Blairsville. The college serves Habersham, Stephens, Union, Fannin, White, Rabun, Towns, and Franklin counties. Show on map
Woodstock High SchoolWoodstock High School is a public high school located in Woodstock, in the U.S. state of Georgia. It serves grades 9 to 12, and was the fourth high school built in the Cherokee County School District, along with Cherokee, Etowah, Sequoyah, Creekview, and River Ridge High Schools. The school opened in 1996 with only a freshman and sophomore class. As each year progressed, a junior and senior class was filled by the original sophomores (and transfer students of the same grade). Woodstock first fielded varsity teams in each sport for the 1998–1999 school year. The school's mascot is the wolverine. Show on map
Duluth High SchoolDuluth High School is a public secondary school in Duluth, a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It provides education for grades 9-12 and is operated by Gwinnett County Public Schools. The school was built in 1958 to serve Duluth, Berkeley Lake, and unincorporated portions of western Gwinnett County. As of 2011 it had approximately 2360 students enrolled. Show on map
Bobby Dodd StadiumBobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field is the football stadium located at the corner of North Avenue at Techwood Drive on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. It has been home to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team, often referred to as the \"Ramblin' Wreck\", in rudimentary form since 1905 and as a complete stadium since 1913. The team participates in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. It is the oldest stadium in the FBS and has been the site of more home wins than any other FBS stadium. Show on map
Jesup-Wayne County AirportJesup–Wayne County Airport (ICAO: KJES, FAA LID: JES) is a county owned, public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) south of the central business district of Jesup, a city in Wayne County, Georgia, United States. It is also known as William A. Zorn Airport. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned JES by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
WDCY-AM (Douglasville)WDCY (1520 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a gospel music format. Licensed to Douglasville, Georgia, USA, it serves the Atlanta metro area. The station is currently owned by Word Christian Broadcasting Inc. The station has been issued a construction permit by the FCC to increase power to 50,000 Watts during the daytime with a directional antenna pattern (aimed towards the city of Atlanta) from a new transmitter location. It would not be on the air at night. The new proposed daytime directional antenna pattern will require a 4 tower antenna array at the new transmitter site. Show on map
South Cobb High SchoolSouth Cobb High School is a public high school located on Clay Road, in Austell, Georgia , United States. Founded in 1952, it is part of the Cobb County School District. Clint Terza succeeded Ashley Hosey as principal in 2016. Nominated as a National School of Excellence, South Cobb High School participates in the Cobb County magnet program. The school houses the county's program for medical sciences. Show on map
WSAV-TV (Savannah)WSAV-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for Southeastern Georgia's Coastal Empire and Southern South Carolina's Lowcountry. Licensed to Savannah, Georgia, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 39 (or virtual channel 3.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Little Neck Road in unincorporated northwestern Chatham County, Georgia. The station can also be seen on various cable systems including Hargray, Time Warner Cable, Comcast and Charter. Owned by Media General, WSAV has studios on East Victory Drive/U.S. 80/SR 26 in Savannah's Live Oak section. Show on map
Mountain View High SchoolMountain View High School is a public high school outside of Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States. It is a part of Gwinnett County Public Schools. It opened for classes on Monday, August 10, 2009. Mountain View was originally created with students from Mill Creek High School, Collins Hill High School, and Dacula High School. It currently serves students from the Mountain View geographic cluster of feeder schools. Show on map
Creekside High SchoolCreekside High School is a public high school serving grades nine through twelve. It is located in Fairburn, Georgia. It is a part of the Fulton County School System. The school opened in fall 1990 as a result of the merger of Campbell High School in Fairburn, and Palmetto High School in Palmetto. The merger happened as a result of a consolidation plan to reduce the costs of the school system, comply with new state laws mandating minimum attendance numbers for government funded schools, and upgrade the course offerings of all schools in the county. Show on map
WPLO-AM (Grayson)WPLO (\"La Bonita 610 AM\") is an Atlanta area AM broadcasting station, licensed to Grayson, Georgia, that broadcasts Spanish language music programming. It transmits at a frequency of 610 kHz with 1,500 Watts of power during the daytime and 225 Watts during nighttime using a non-directional antenna. WPLO is a Class-D AM broadcasting station according to the Federal Communication Commission. The station has applied to the Federal Communication Commission to change is licensed city to Lawrenceville, Georgia, the location of its current transmitting facility and tower. Show on map
Baldwin High SchoolBaldwin High School (BHS) is located at 155 Highway 49 West in Milledgeville, Georgia, United States. The original building opened in 1988 as a combination of Milledgeville's two former high schools, Boddie High School and the original Baldwin High School. New additions since 2003 include a classroom wing, a JROTC building, and a fine arts wing, with more additions under construction. Baldwin is the only public high school in Baldwin County, and the largest of the three total high schools. The other two are private schools: John Milledge Academy and Georgia Military College. Show on map
World of Coca Cola-AtlantaThe World of Coca-Cola is a museum showcasing the history of The Coca-Cola Company that contains a host of entertainment areas and attractions, and is located in Atlanta, Georgia (where the company's headquarters are located) at Pemberton Place (named in honor of John Pemberton, the inventor of Coca-Cola). The 20-acre (81,000 m2) complex is located across Baker Street from Centennial Olympic Park that is home to the Georgia Aquarium and the Center for Civil & Human Rights. It opened to the public on May 24, 2007, relocating from and replacing the original exhibit. Show on map
WBML-AM (Macon)WBML AM 1350 is a radio station broadcasting a black gospel format from 5 am till midnight weekdays. On the weekend, the station broadcasts local high school sports, NCAA and NFL football games together with programming from Yahoo Sports Radio. Having Warner Robins, Georgia, USA as its city of license, the station serves the Macon metropolitan area. The station is owned by Christopher Murray, through licensee WRWR-AM Radio LLC, and features programming from America's Radio News Network with local news, sports, and weather from sister station WRWR-TV 38. Show on map
Haralson County High SchoolHaralson County High School is a public comprehensive high school in Tallapoosa, Georgia, United States. Its principal is Benjie Cole and its assistant principals are Janet Pope, Angie Campbell, and Vic Coggins. In September 2014, Haralson County High School was named a Highest-Progress School by the Georgia Department of Education. With the team nickname \"Rebels\", the school's trophy room of the gym features the Confederate battle flag painted on the wall. In September 2000, someone painted over a Confederate flag at the gym and students voted 861 to 150 to repaint it. Show on map
Mathis AirportMathis Airport (FAA LID: GA27) was a private airport located in unincorporated Forsyth County, Georgia, about 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Suwanee in the northeastern part of metro Atlanta. The airport closed in October 2014. It had an 1800-foot or 550-meter runway, 1,171 feet (357 m) or 357 meters above mean sea level (AMSL). Mathis Airport sat among residential subdivisions in southern Forsyth County. From 2004 to 2009, Mathis was home to Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1415, but in 2009 this chapter moved to Air Acres airport in Woodstock, GA. Show on map
Kennesaw State UniversityKennesaw State University (KSU) is a public, coeducational, research university with a main campus located in Kennesaw, Georgia, United States, approximately 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Atlanta. A secondary campus operates in Marietta, Georgia which was the site of the previous Southern Polytechnic State University until 2015. KSU also holds classes at the Cobb Galleria Centre, Dalton State College, Appalachian Technical College and Dallas. Current enrollment is over 35,600 students, making it the third largest university in the state of Georgia and one of the top fifty largest universities in the United States. Show on map
Georgia State CapitolThe Georgia State Capitol, in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States, is an architecturally and historically significant building. It has been named a National Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the main office building of Georgia's government. The offices of the governor, lieutenant governor, and secretary of state are on the second floor, while the General Assembly meets on the third floor from January to April. The fourth floor houses visitors' galleries overlooking the legislative chambers and a museum. Show on map
Mount Pisgah Christian SchoolMount Pisgah Christian School is located in Johns Creek, Georgia. It is a small private school located on Nesbit Ferry Road off of Highway 19. The uniqueness of Mount Pisgah Christian is its Biblical foundation. The school's primary goals are to introduce Biblical truths, and help their students in whole-person development. As of the end of the 2014 school year, Mount Pisgah Christian has more than 600 students, and it is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS). Show on map
WATL-TV (Atlanta)WATL, virtual channel 36 (UHF digital channel 25), is a MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station in Atlanta, Georgia. The station is owned by Tegna, Inc., as part of a duopoly with NBC affiliate WXIA-TV (channel 11). The two stations maintain studios and offices located at One Monroe Place on the north end of midtown Atlanta; Its transmitter shares a broadcast tower with several other local stations near North Druid Hills, just northeast of the city. The station is also available on Comcast channel 13 and in high definition on digital channel 813. Show on map
Toccoa Falls CollegeToccoa Falls College is a fully accredited, Christian liberal arts college, located in ToccoaGeorgia, United States, on the edge of the Piedmont region and in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The campus occupies 1,100 acres (450 ha), bordering the Chattahoochee National Forest, and is home to Toccoa Falls, a 186-foot (57 m) high waterfall. It is affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, and is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Association for Biblical Higher Education. Show on map
WGXA-TV (Macon)WGXA, virtual channel 24 (UHF digital channel 16), is a Fox-affiliated television station located in Macon, Georgia, United States. The station is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group. WGXA maintains studio facilities located on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (GA 11/GA 22/GA 49/U.S. 80/U.S. 129) in Downtown Macon, and its transmitter is located on GA 87/U.S. 23/U.S. 129 Alternate (Golden Isles Highway), along the Twiggs-Bibb County line. On cable, the station is available on Cox Communications channel 2 and in high definition on digital channel 702. Show on map
Atlanta Fire / Rescue Station 19Fire station 19 is Atlanta's oldest operating fire station. It is located at 1063 N. Highland Ave. in the heart of the Virginia Highland neighborhood of Atlanta. It was built in 1924 in the bungalow style prevalent in Virginia Highland, and is considered a neighborhood landmark. The fire station provides a number of additional community services such as a car-seat installations and safety checks, blood-pressure monitoring, safe shelter for women in need, and a monthly storytime for children. The station is part of the Atlanta Fire Department. Show on map
Blairsville AirportBlairsville Airport (ICAO: KDZJ, FAA LID: DZJ, formerly 46A) is a city owned, public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) southwest of the central business district of Blairsville, a city in Union County, Georgia, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation airport. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned DZJ by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Medical Center of Central GeorgiaNavicent Health, formerly The Medical Center of Central Georgia (MCCG) is a 637-bed hospital located in Macon, Georgia. Navicent Health is the second largest hospital in Georgia, behind Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. Navicent is a teaching hospital affiliated with Mercer University Medical School. It serves 30 counties throughout Central Georgia and southern Georgia, an area of approximately 750,000 residents. MCCG EMS serves Baldwin, Bibb, Jones,and Twiggs Counties. Navicent also has a large children's hospital inside the hospital. Show on map
LaGrange High SchoolLaGrange High School, located in LaGrange, Georgia, United States, is a public secondary school serving around 1300 students in the Troup County school system. Founded in 1903, the school is notable for producing several collegiate and professional athletes and was the national champion football team in 1991. The town and high school derive their name from a connection to the French soldier and statesman, the Marquis de La Fayette, who earned the love and respect of Americans through his service to the United States during the American Revolution. Show on map
Chapman Intermediate SchoolChapman Intermediate School was formerly the only intermediate school in the Cherokee County School District. The school served fifth and sixth graders. In the spring of 2013, Chapman Intermediate School was closed as it was no longer needed. Students who would have attended Chapman Intermediate School now attend one of the four feeder elementary schools until fifth grade and begin attending E.T. Booth Middle School in sixth grade. It opened in 2000 with approximately 1150 fifth and sixth grade students and a total staff of almost 100. Show on map
WSST-TV (Cordele)WSST-TV, virtual and UHF digital channel 51, is a Youtoo America-affiliated television station located in Cordele, Georgia, United States. The station is locally owned by Sunbelt-South Communications, Ltd. WSST-TV maintains studio facilities located on 7th Street and 11th Avenue in downtown Cordele, and its transmitter is located in rural southwestern Crisp County. The station's digital signal extends only 50 miles (80 km) from Cordele, however the station is carried on many cable providers in the region, including in Albany and Perry. Show on map
Cathedral of Christ the KingThe Cathedral of Christ the King in Atlanta, Georgia (United States) is the mother-church for the one million members of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. The Cathedral is located at what is popularly called \"Jesus Junction\" on Peachtree Road, between East Wesley Way and Peachtree Way, in Atlanta's uptown Buckhead district. At present, the parish is one of the ten largest congregations in the United States with over 5,500 families. Christ the King School also occupies the property, with an enrollment of approximately 600 students. Show on map
Bonaventure CemeteryBonaventure Cemetery is a public cemetery located on a scenic bluff of the Wilmington River, east of Savannah, Georgia. The cemetery became famous when it was featured in the 1994 novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt, and in the movie, directed by Clint Eastwood, based on the book. It is the largest of the city's municipal cemeteries, containing nearly 160 acres (0.65 km2). The entrance to the cemetery is located at 330 Bonaventure Road. Immediately inside the gates is the large and ornate \"Gaston's Tomb\". Show on map
Naval Air Station GlyncoNaval Air Station Glynco, Georgia, was an operational naval air station from 1942 to 1974 with an FAA airfield identifier of NEA and an ICAO identifier of KNEA. Now known as Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (IATA: BQK, ICAO: KBQK), it was previously known as Glynco Jetport following NAS Glynco's closure. It is a public airport located 5 miles (8 km) north of the city of Brunswick, in Glynn County, Georgia, USA. The airport has a single runway and is mostly used for general aviation, but it is also served by one commercial airline. Show on map
Pickens County AirportPickens County Airport (ICAO: KJZP, FAA LID: JZP) is a county-owned, public-use airport in Pickens County, Georgia, United States. It is located two nautical miles (3.7 km) southwest of the central business district of Jasper, Georgia. As per the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009-2013, it is classified as a general aviation airport. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned JZP by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
WSB-TV (Atlanta)The WSB-TV tower is a 327.6-meter (1,075 ft) guyed mast broadcast tower in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, immediately adjacent to Freedom Parkway and the Historic Fourth Ward Park skate park. The tower was built in 1957, and at its completion was the tallest guyed mast tower in the United States. It has a triangular cross section. Show on map
Oglethorpe Presbyterian ChurchOglethorpe Presbyterian Church (OPC) is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 1949 as a mission of nearby Peachtree Presbyterian Church, the congregation initially met on the campus of nearby Oglethorpe University. The community soon purchased nearby land and built its own church, a facility which continued to expand over the next several decades. The congregation of close to 300 is known in the community for its mission work (e.g. Food Pantry, Bargain Shop) and preschool. Show on map
Tri - Cities High SchoolTri-Cities High School is a public high school in East Point, Georgia, United States. It is a part of the Fulton County School System. The school opened in 1988 under the leadership of principal Dr. Herschel Robinson. It was originally formed by combining four schools: Woodland High School, Russell High School, College Park High School, and Hapeville High School. Tri-Cities serves sections of East Point and College Park, and all of Hapeville. The current principal is Dan Sims, an alumnus of Tri-Cities (class of 1989). Show on map
Little Five PointsLittle Five Points (also L5P or LFP or Little Five) is a district on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 2 1⁄2 miles (4.0 km) east of downtown. It was established in the early 20th century as the commercial district for the adjacent Inman Park and Candler Park neighborhoods, and has since become famous for the alternative culture it brings to Atlanta. It has been described as Atlanta's answer to Haight-Ashbury, a melting pot of sub-cultures, and the Bohemian center of the Southern United States. Show on map
Temple Beth IsraelTemple Beth Israel (Hebrew: בית ישראל‎‎) is a Reform synagogue located at 892 Cherry Street in Macon, Georgia. Formed in 1859 by Jews of German background as Congregation Kahal Kadosh Beth Israel, it was originally Orthodox, and followed the German minhag. The congregation constructed its first building on the corner of Poplar and Second Streets from 1871 to 1874. The congregation's current building was constructed on the corner of Cherry and Spring Streets in 1902. As of 2009, the rabbi was Larry Schlesinger. Show on map
Jarrell PlantationThe Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site is a cotton plantation and state park in Juliette, Georgia, United States. Located in the red clay hills of the Georgia piedmont, the site stands as one of the best-preserved examples of a \"middle class\" Southern plantation. The Jarrell Plantation's buildings and artifacts all came from one source, the Jarrell family, who farmed the land for over 140 years. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It is a Georgia state park in Jones County. Show on map
WFXL-TV (Albany)WFXL is the Fox-affiliated television station for Southwestern Georgia that is licensed to Albany. It airs a digital signal on VHF channel 12 (or virtual channel 31.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter, east of Doerun, along the Colquitt and Worth County line. The station transmits network programming in the native 720p high definition format but broadcasts local news and syndicated programming in unconverted standard definition. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, WFXL has studios on Stuart Avenue in Albany. Show on map
Lithonia High SchoolLithonia High School is a public high school located in Lithonia, Georgia, United States. It serves 1,450 students in grades 9-12. Yolanda Peek is the current principal. It offers many clubs and extracurricular activities, including book club, Future Business Leaders of America, robotics, marching band, and chorus. Sports include baseball, football, basketball, volleyball, swimming, golf, tennis, soccer, track, gymnastics, cheerleading, softball, and wrestling. As of the 2013-2014 school year, Lithonia is now a uniform school. Show on map
Resaca Confederate CemeteryResaca Confederate Cemetery in Resaca, Georgia is the burial place of over 450 Confederate soldiers who died during the American Civil War. This particular cemetery is designated for the soldiers that fought in the Battle of Resaca which took place May 14 and 15, 1864. From the two days of battle there are only three graves where the death date is listed as May 15, 1864. The remaining graves are listed as May 14, 1864. Some of the soldiers were identified but there are still 424 graves marked \"unknown\". Show on map
Georgia Gwinnett CollegeGeorgia Gwinnett College (commonly called Georgia Gwinnett or GGC) is a four-year public college in Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. It is a member of the University System of Georgia. Georgia Gwinnett College opened on August 18, 2006. It has grown rapidly from its original 118 students in 2006 to nearly 12,000 in 2016. Show on map
Emory University School of MedicineThe Emory University School of Medicine is the Graduate Medical School of Emory University and a component of Emory’s Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center. It is consistently ranked among the top institutions for biomedical education, clinical care, and research in the United States. Emory University School of Medicine traces its origins back to 1915 when the Atlanta Medical College (founded 1854), the Southern Medical College (1878), and the Atlanta School of Medicine (founded 1905) merged. Show on map
Peachtree Center StationPeachtree Center is an underground train station on the Red and Gold lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It is the deepest station in the MARTA rail system, at 120 feet (37 m) below Peachtree Street. It serves the Peachtree Center neighborhood of downtown Atlanta, and is the first station north-northeast of the rail system hub at Five Points. Peachtree Center is one of the busiest stations on the Red/Gold Lines, handling over 15,000 people per weekday. Show on map
Heritage High SchoolHeritage High School is one of three public secondary schools in Rockdale County in Conyers, Georgia, United States (the others being Rockdale County High School and Salem High School). Heritage High School is home of the Patriots. It has twice been named a School of Excellence. In December 2009, U.S. News & World Report gave Heritage High School a silver medal ranking in the top 500 high schools in the nation. In 2014 Heritage High School became an Academy for Performing and Visual Arts. Show on map
WDPC-AM (Dallas)WDPC AM 1500 is an American radio station broadcasting a gospel music format. It is licensed to Dallas, Georgia, USA, and serves the west-northwestern Atlanta area. The station is owned by Word Christian Broadcasting, Inc., and is classified as a class D station by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The station transmits with 5,000 watts during daytime hours and with 3,200 watts during critical hours at local sunrise and sunset. The station signs off during nighttime hours. Show on map
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Naval Submarine Base Kings BayNaval Submarine Base Kings Bay is a base of the United States Navy located adjacent to the town of St. Marys in Camden County, Georgia, in southeastern Georgia, and 38 miles (61 km) from Jacksonville, Florida. The Submarine Base is the U.S. Atlantic Fleet's home port for U.S. Navy Fleet ballistic missile nuclear submarines armed with Trident missile nuclear weapons. This submarine base covers about 16,000 acres (6,400 hectares) of land, of which 4,000 acres (1,600 hectares) are protected wetlands. Show on map
North Cobb Christian SchoolNorth Cobb Christian School is an independent, college preparatory school with a Christian based environment. It is located in Kennesaw, Georgia. It houses children from K3 through twelfth grade. The school offers a variety of Honors and AP classes, clubs, and a variety of middle school, junior varsity and varsity sports. In addition to academic requirements mandated by the school board, a minimum of 28 hours of community service is required to graduate from North Cobb Christian School. Show on map
Grayson StadiumGrayson Stadium is a stadium in Savannah, Georgia. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Savannah Bananas of the Coastal Plain League collegiate summer baseball league. It was also the part-time home of the Savannah State University college baseball team. It was also used from 1927 until 1959 for the annual Thanksgiving Day game between Savannah High School and Benedictine Academy. Known as \"Historic Grayson Stadium\" it was built in 1926. It holds 4,000 people. Show on map
Turner Middle SchoolDouglas County School District is a public school district in Douglas County, Georgia, US, based in Douglasville. It serves the communities of Austell, Douglasville, Lithia Springs, Villa Rica, and Winston, Georgia. The Douglas County School District is the seventeenth largest district in Georgia. The school district's central administrative offices are in Douglas County, where graduates can access their records and transcripts, and where all major decisions about the schools are made. Show on map
Albany Naval Air Station (historical)Naval Air Station Albany (Turner Field) is a former United States Navy station whose site is located within the current city limits of Albany, Georgia. From 1940 to 1967, it was operated by the United States Army and USAF, finally under the name Turner Air Force Base. Following its closure it was transferred to the U.S. Navy and renamed NAS Albany. It continued to serve as an active USN installation until its closure in July 1974. Most of the site was taken over as a brewery from 1978. Show on map
WGMG-FM (Crawford)WGMG (102.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Crawford, Georgia, USA with studios in Athens, Georgia. The station is owned by Cox Radio, Inc. Magic 102-1 was the flagship station for Southern Broadcasting Companies. The station was the home of The University of Georgia Lady Dogs Basketball. As of January 2008 WGMG along with sister stations WNGC, WPUP, WRFC, WGAU and WXKT (Washington, GA) were sold to Cox Radio/Cox Media Group in Atlanta. Show on map
Sandy Creek High SchoolSandy Creek High School (SCHS) is located in Tyrone, Georgia, United States. Sandy Creek serves Tyrone, northern Fayetteville, and small southern portions of Fairburn and northern portions of Peachtree City. It opened in 1991 with approximately 400 students in order to relieve overcrowding at Fayette County High School and McIntosh High School. Today, the school has 1,207 students enrolled in grades 9-12 and is accredited by the Southern Association of High Schools and Colleges. Show on map
Macon Downtown AirportMacon Downtown Airport (IATA: MAC, ICAO: KMAC, FAA LID: MAC) is a city-owned public-use airport located three nautical miles (3.5 mi, 5.6 km) southeast of the central business district of Macon, in Bibb County, Georgia, United States. It is also known as Herbert Smart Downtown Airport. The airport is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. It has no scheduled commercial airline service. Show on map
Henry Tift Myers AirportHenry Tift Myers Airport (IATA: TMA, ICAO: KTMA, FAA LID: TMA) is a public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) southeast of the central business district of Tifton, a city in Tift County, Georgia, United States. It is owned by the Tifton & Tift County Airport Authority. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. It does not have scheduled commercial airline service. Show on map
WAGA-TV (Atlanta)WAGA-TV, virtual channel 5 (UHF digital channel 27) is a Fox owned-and-operated television station located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The station is owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of 21st Century Fox. WAGA-TV maintains studio and transmitter facilities located on Briarcliff Road in unincoporated DeKalb County, just east of Atlanta proper. WAGA is available on Comcast channel 4 and on DirecTV and Dish Network in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Show on map
Ballard-Hudson High SchoolBallard-Hudson High School is a high school in Macon, Georgia. Several buildings have existed on the site. In 1949, the Ballard Hudson Senior High School was established here and at the time was the only school for African Americans in grades 9-12 in Macon. Otis Redding attended this school.After school desegregation, it became Ballard Hudson \"B\" Junior High as part, along with the newer Ballard Hudson \"A\" Junior High further west on Anthony Road, of the Southwest High School feeder system. It later became Southeast High School and then in January 2008 the new Ballard Hudson Middle School was built, as a part of the 2005 Capital Improvement Program, funded by the ESPLOST. Show on map
WXGA-TV (Waycross)WXGA-TV, virtual and VHF digital channel 8, is a PBS member television station serving Valdosta, Georgia, United States that is licensed to Waycross. The station is owned by the Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission, and is a sister station to NPR member radio station WXVS (90.1 FM). WXGA-TV maintains transmitter facilities located on TV Tower Road in unincorporated Ware County. The station is operated as part of the Georgia Public Broadcasting television network. Show on map
West Georgia Regional Airport - O V Gray FieldWest Georgia Regional Airport (ICAO: KCTJ, FAA LID: CTJ), also known as O. V. Gray Field, is a public use airport located five nautical miles (9 km) northwest of the central business district of Carrollton, in Carroll County, Georgia, United States. It is owned by the West Georgia Airport Authority. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned CTJ by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Stone Mountain High SchoolStone Mountain High School is a college preparatory and public high school located in Stone Mountain, Georgia, United States. It is one of the oldest high schools in the DeKalb County School System. Its last principal was Carolyn D. Williams, who transferred to Southwest Dekalb High School. The current principal is Dr. James H. Jones, transferring from McNair High School. He has been educating for 33 years and previously worked at Stephenson High School and Clarkston High School. Show on map
Hughes Spalding HosptialThe Hughes Spalding Children's Hospital, located in Atlanta, Georgia, was a private hospital that served African-American patients beginning in 1952, and serving in a variety of functions through 1989. Renamed from Hughes Spalding Pavilion, it reopened in 1992 as a pediatric hospital. The hospital, now named Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding, is owned by Grady Health System and managed by HSOC, Inc., an affiliate of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Georgia
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Lake SpiveyLake Spivey is a 481.7 acre (550 acre, 600 acre) private lake located in Clayton County and Henry County, Georgia near Jonesboro. The lake was created by Dr. Walter Boone Spivey, a prominent Buckhead dentist, and his wife Emilie. The lake formed following the completion of construction on an earthen dam on Rum Creek in September 1957. The lake was built on land, formerly known as Betts Farm, which was purchased by the Spiveys in September 1943. The dam formed what was promoted as the largest privately owned lake in the state of Georgia. Lake Arrowhead in Waleska, Georgia is also promoted as the largest private lake in Georgia. Georgia Department of Natural Resources records indicate that Lake Spivey is 465 acres and Lake Arrowhead is 450 acres at normal pool level. Show on map
Tallulah RiverThe Tallulah River is a 47.7-mile-long (76.8 km) river in Georgia and North Carolina. It begins in Clay County, North Carolina, near Standing Indian Mountain in the Southern Nantahala Wilderness and flows south into Georgia, crossing the state line into Towns County. The river then travels through Rabun County and ends in Habersham County. It cuts through the Tallulah Dome rock formation to form the Tallulah Gorge and its several waterfalls (collectively known as Tallulah Falls). The Tallulah River intersects with the Chattooga River to form the Tugaloo River at Lake Tugalo in Habersham County, which then joins South Carolina's Seneca River at Lake Hartwell to create the Savannah River which flows southeastward into the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Okefenokee SwampThe Okefenokee Swamp is a shallow, 438,000-acre (1,770 km2), peat-filled wetland straddling the Georgia–Florida line in the United States. A majority of the swamp is protected by the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge and the Okefenokee Wilderness. The Okefenokee Swamp is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. The Okefenokee is the largest \"blackwater\" swamp in North America. The swamp was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1974. Show on map
Lake JodecoLake Jodeco is a private 70 acre man-made lake in Clayton County, Georgia east of Jonesboro, Georgia. The area now known as Lake Jodeco was once inhabited by the Creek Indians, and later a small settlement called Mayday existed in this area. Fishing is an important part of life on the lake. Lake Jodeco's annual bass tournament with participants including homeowner association members, family, and friends has been well attended for over a dozen years. The tournament takes place in June of each year. Show on map
J. Strom Thurmond ReservoirLake Strom Thurmond, also known as Clarks Hill Lake, is a reservoir at the border between Georgia and South Carolina in the Savannah River Basin. It was created by the J. Strom Thurmond Dam during 1951 and 1952 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers near the confluence of the \"Little River\" and the Savannah River. At 71,000 acres (290 km2), it is the third-largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River, behind the Kentucky Lake on the Tennessee River and Lake Marion on the Santee River. The J. Strom Thurmond Dam is located upstream from Augusta, Georgia. Show on map
Peachtree CreekPeachtree Creek is a major stream in Atlanta. It flows for 7.5 miles (12.1 km) almost due west into the Chattahoochee River just south of Vinings. Like other \"Peachtree\" names in the area, the name is most likely because many peachtrees grow in the area. Show on map
Willeo CreekWilleo Creek is a 6.7-mile-long (10.8 km) stream in the U.S. state of Georgia, and is located in the north-northwestern part of metro Atlanta. It is a significant tributary of the Chattahoochee River, into which it flows at Bull Sluice Lake, just upstream from Morgan Falls Dam and downstream from the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Together, the two streams form nearly all of the county line between Fulton to the east and Cobb to the west. Show on map
Etowah RiverThe Etowah River is a 164-mile-long (264 km) waterway that rises northwest of Dahlonega, Georgia, north of Atlanta. Its name is the Cherokee version of the original Muskogee word Etalwa, which means a \"trail crossing\". On Matthew Carey's 1795 map the river was labeled \"High Town River\". On later maps, such as the 1839 Cass County map (Cass being the original name for Bartow County), it was referred to as \"Hightower River\", a name that was used in most early Cherokee records. The U.S. Board on Geographic Names officially named the river in 1897. Show on map
Satilla RiverThe Satilla River rises in Ben Hill County, Georgia, near the town of Fitzgerald, and flows in a mostly easterly direction to the Atlantic Ocean. Along its approximately 235-mile (378 km) course are the cities of Waycross, Waynesville, and Woodbine. The Satilla drains almost 4,000 square miles (10,000 km2) of land, all of it in the coastal plain of southeastern Georgia. It has white sandbars and is the largest blackwater river situated entirely within Georgia. Show on map
Anna Ruby FallsAnna Ruby Falls is located near Unicoi State Park in White County near Helen, Georgia. The waterfall is accessible via a half mile (800 m) paved trail from a public use area with a small admittance charge. The Anna Ruby Falls Trail is designated a National Recreation Trail in Georgia. Anna Ruby Falls is one of four popular waterfalls located in the Forest near Helen, Georgia. Two of the other water falls, Dukes Creek Falls and Raven Cliff Falls, are also in White County, while the third waterfall, DeSoto Falls, is in neighboring Lumpkin County \n* Cascade below Anna Ruby Falls \n* \n* Show on map
Nancy CreekNancy Creek is a 16.3-mile-long (26.2 km) stream in northern Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It begins in far northern DeKalb County, just north of Chamblee, and flows southwestward into Fulton County, through the far southeast corner of Sandy Springs, then through the Buckhead area of Atlanta. It empties into Peachtree Creek, which then flows into the Chattahoochee River, south of Vinings and Paces. The Chattahoochee eventually joins with the Flint River to create the Apalachicola River, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The North Fork Nancy Creek is a major tributary, while Little Nancy Creek tends to run low or dry. Show on map
DeSoto FallsThe DeSoto Falls of Georgia are located in Lumpkin County, Georgia along Frogtown Creek. There are actually three waterfalls on Frogtown Creek, called Upper DeSoto Falls, Middle Desoto Falls and Lower DeSoto Falls. The upper waterfall drops 200 feet (61 m), the middle waterfall drops 90 feet (27 m) and the lower waterfall drops 35 feet (11 m). The overall height of the falls, as measured inclusive of non-vertical falls, cascades and steep stream bed, is 480 feet (150 m). DeSoto Falls are located at an elevation of 3,560-foot (1,090 m) on Rocky Mountain. Show on map
Lake BlackshearLake Blackshear is a man-made lake on the Flint River in Georgia created by a dam that was constructed from 1925 to 1930. The Crisp County Power Dam, also known as the Warwick Dam, was the first county owned, constructed, and operated power dam in the United States, requiring an amendment to the Georgia State Constitution to make the project legally possible. It came online in August, 1930, under the authority of the Crisp County Power Commission. Show on map
Yellow RiverThe Yellow River is a 76-mile-long (122 km) tributary of the Ocmulgee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. The river rises north of Lawrenceville in Gwinnett County and flows south through the outer eastern suburbs of Atlanta, passing through the easternmost corner of DeKalb County before entering Rockdale County. Continuing south into Newton County, the river joins the South River in Lake Jackson, 2 miles (3 km) upstream of the junction of the Alcovy River to form the Ocmulgee River. Show on map
Tallulah Falls LakeTallulah Falls Lake is a 63-acre (250,000 m2) reservoir with 3.6 miles (5.8 km) of shoreline located in the Northeastern corner of Georgia in Rabun County. It is the fourth and smallest lake in a six-lake series created by hydroelectric dams operated by Georgia Power that follows the original course of the Tallulah River. The series starts upstream on the Tallulah River with Lake Burton followed by Lake Seed, Lake Rabun, Tallulah Falls Lake, Lake Tugalo and Lake Yonah. Georgia Power considers the lake full at a surface elevation of 1,500 feet (460 m). Show on map
Tugaloo RiverThe Tugaloo River (originally Tugalo River) is a 45.9-mile-long (73.9 km) river bordering the U.S. states of Georgia and South Carolina. It is fed by the Tallulah River and the Chattooga River, which each form an arm of Lake Tugalo, on the edge of Georgia's Tallulah Gorge State Park. The Tugaloo then flows out of the lake via Tugaloo Dam, passing into Lake Yonah and through Yonah Dam. The river then ends as an arm of Lake Hartwell, as does South Carolina's Seneca River. After flowing out of Lake Hartwell, it is called the Savannah River. Show on map
Carters LakeCarters Lake, the deepest of Georgia's reservoir lakes, is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in both Gilmer and Murray County. It was named after Farrish Carter who lived in the 19th century. It has a surface area of 3,200 acres (13 km2) and has 62 miles (100 km) of shoreline. Carters Lake is also more than 450 feet (140 m) deep. Show on map
Towaliga RiverThe Towaliga River is a 52.3-mile-long (84.2 km) tributary of the Ocmulgee River in central Georgia. The Towaliga passes through High Falls State Park in northwestern Monroe County, then traverses the county and joins the Ocmulgee near the town of Juliette. The river is fairly muddy above High Falls Lake, but it clears once below the falls where most of the river is rock bottomed. This region is about 50 miles (80 km) south of Atlanta and about 35 miles (56 km) north of Macon. Show on map
Ocmulgee RiverThe Ocmulgee River (ok-MUHL-gee) is a western tributary of the Altamaha River, approximately 255 mi (410 km) long, in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is the westernmost major tributary of the Altamaha. The Ocmulgee River and its tributaries provide drainage for some 6,180 square miles in parts of 33 Georgia counties, a large section of the Piedmont and coastal plain of central Georgia. The name of the river may have come from a Hitchiti words oki (\"water\") plus molki (\"bubbling\" or \"boiling\"), possibly meaning \"where the water boils up.\" Show on map
Lake AcworthLake Acworth is a 260-acre (110 ha) artificial lake southwest of the city of Acworth, Georgia. It is in the extreme northwestern part of Cobb County. The lake impounds Proctor Creek (not the same as Proctor Creek in nearby Atlanta), and outflows into Lake Allatoona. The low dam is at the point where State Route 92 (Lake Acworth Drive) crosses. (34°03′30″N 84°41′35″W / 34.0584°N 84.693°W) Show on map
Lake RabunLake Rabun is a twisty 835-acre (3.4 km2) reservoir with 25 miles (40 km) of shoreline located in the Northeastern corner of the U.S. state of Georgia in Rabun County. It is the third lake in a six-lake series that follows the original course of the Tallulah River. The series begins with Lake Burton as the northernmost lake, followed by Lake Seed, Lake Rabun, Lake Tallulah Falls, Lake Tugalo, and Lake Yonah. Lake Rabun was built in a deep valley located along a 10-mile (16 km) section of the Tallulah River. Show on map
Little Satilla RiverThe Little Satilla River is a 28.4-mile-long (45.7 km) freshwater tributary of the Satilla River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It should not be confused with the tidal Little Satilla River that is 20 miles (32 km) to the southeast and is an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Horsetrough FallsHorsetrough Falls are located on one of the flanks of Horsetrough Mountain in Union County, Georgia. This 70-foot (21 m) waterfall is located on a creek that is part of the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River and is in the Mark Trail Wilderness. There is an observation platform at the falls which can be reached by the 0.4-mile (0.64 km) Horsetrough Falls Trail. The trail begins at the nearby Upper Chattahoochee Campground camping area, which is maintained and operated by the Chattooga Ranger District of the Chattahoochee National Forest. The Eastern Continental Divide follows the main ridge line of Horsetrough Mountain and the water passes over Horsetrough Falls to begin a 500-mile (800 km) journey to the Gulf of Mexico via the Chattahoochee River. Show on map
Lake BurtonLake Burton is a 2,775 acre (11.23 km²) reservoir with 62 miles (100 km) of shoreline located in the northeastern corner of Georgia in Rabun County. It is the first lake in a six-lake series called the Tallulah River Watershed that follows the original course of the Tallulah River. The chain begins with Lake Burton as the northernmost lake followed by Lake Seed, Lake Rabun, Lake Tallulah Falls, Lake Tugalo, and Lake Yonah. The lakes are owned and operated by the Georgia Power Company to generate hydroelectric energy for Georgia's largest city, Atlanta. At one time these lakes were the largest producers of electricity in the state of Georgia. At present the lakes provide power only during periods of peak electricity consumption. Show on map
Goat Rock LakeGoat Rock Lake is a 940-acre (3.8 km2) reservoir on the Chattahoochee River, which lies directly south of Bartlett's Ferry Dam (Lake Harding) and north of Lake Oliver. The lake is created by the Goat Rock Dam and Generating Plant. The name of the dam and lake date to the construction of the dam in 1912. Reportedly, construction workers saw goats jumping onto rocks in the river. Show on map
Estatoah FallsEstatoah Falls are located on Mud Creek in Rabun County, Georgia. The falls are located on private property and are not open to the public. The falls may be viewed from several places along State Route 246. There are also some smaller falls (about 100 feet) in the small resort city of Sky Valley, Georgia called Little Estatoah Falls or Mud Creek Falls. Estatoah Falls drop several hundred feet in several dramatic cascades but are only viewable from a distance. Above Estatoah falls is Spring Lake. Show on map
Lake SeminoleLake Seminole is a reservoir located in the southwest corner of Georgia along its border with Florida, maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Chattahoochee and Flint rivers join in the lake, before flowing from the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam, which impounds the lake, as the Apalachicola River. The lake contains 37,500 acres (152 km2) of water, and has a shoreline of 376 mi (605 km). The fish in Lake Seminole include largemouth bass, crappie, chain pickerel, catfish, striped bass and other species. American alligators, snakes and various waterfowl are also present in the lake, which is known for its goose hunting. Show on map
Chattahoochee RiverThe Chattahoochee River forms the southern half of the Alabama and Georgia border, as well as a portion of the Florida border. It is a tributary of the Apalachicola River, a relatively short river formed by the confluence of the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers and emptying from Florida into Apalachicola Bay in the Gulf of Mexico. The Chattahoochee River is about 430 miles (690 km) long. The Chattahoochee, Flint, and Apalachicola rivers together make up the Apalachiacola–Chattahoochee–Flint River Basin (ACF River Basin). The Chattahoochee makes up the largest part of the ACF's drainage basin. Show on map
Wilmington RiverThe Wilmington River is a 17.3-mile-long (27.8 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It flows through Chatham County along the east side of the cities of Savannah and Thunderbolt, Georgia. At its north end, it connects with the Savannah River, then travels southwest past Savannah, then turns southeast and ends in Wassaw Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. South of Savannah, it passes between several islands, including Whitemarsh Island, Wilmington Island and Cabbage Island to the east, and Dutch Island, Skidaway Island, and Wassaw Island to the west and south. Show on map
Augusta CanalThe Augusta Canal is a historic canal located in Augusta, Georgia, United States. The canal is fed by the Savannah River and passes through three levels (approximately 13 miles total) in suburban and urban Augusta before the water returns to the river at various locations. It was devised to harness the water power at the fall line of the Savannah River to drive mills, to provide transportation of goods, and to provide a municipal water supply. It is the only canal in the US in continuous use for its original purposes of providing power, transport and municipal water. Show on map
Ogeechee RiverThe Ogeechee River is a 294-mile-long (473 km) blackwater river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It heads at the confluence of its North and South Forks, about 2.5 miles (4.0 km) south-southwest of Crawfordville and flowing generally southeast to Ossabaw Sound about 16 miles (26 km) south of Savannah. Its largest tributary is the Canoochee River, which drains approximately 1,400 square miles (3,600 km2) and is the only other major river in the basin. The Ogeechee has a watershed of 5,540 square miles (14,300 km2). It is one of the state's few free-flowing streams. Show on map
Lake Winfield ScottLake Winfield Scott is an 18-acre (7.3 ha) mountain pond located 10 miles (16 km) south of Blairsville, Georgia in Union County. The lake, which is owned and managed by the U.S. Forest Service, is the source of Cooper Creek. It is the centerpiece of the Forest Service's Lake Winfield Scott Recreation Area, a park which features hiking, fishing, boating and other outdoor activities. At 2,854 feet (870 m) elevation it is one of Georgia's highest altitude lakes. The various habitats surrounding the lake support a wide assortment of plants and animals. Show on map
Hudson RiverThe Hudson River is a 49.5-mile-long (79.7 km) tributary of the Broad River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Via the Broad River, it is part of the Savannah River watershed. The headwaters are in Banks County near the city of Homer. The Grove River feeds into the Hudson near the Franklin County line. The river then constitutes most of the southern border of Franklin County, separating it from Madison County. Nails Creek feeds into the river along this border, just before the Hudson itself feeds into the Broad River, south of the city of Franklin Springs. Show on map
Willacoochee RiverThe Willacoochee River is a 21.5-mile-long (34.6 km) tributary of the Alapaha River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Via the Alapaha and Suwannee rivers, its waters flow to the Gulf of Mexico. The river rises in Irwin County, Georgia, 4 miles (6 km) east of Ocilla, at the confluence of Willacoochee Creek and Brushy Creek. It flows south-southeast, eventually becoming the boundary between Berrien and Coffee counties, and later between Berrien and Atkinson counties. It joins the Alapaha River three miles west of the city of Willacoochee, Georgia. Show on map
Lake KedronLake Kedron is a 235-acre (95 ha) reservoir in Peachtree City, Georgia. It holds about 1 billion gallons on water. It is located on the north side of the city, within the village of Kedron. Recreational fishing is allowed with a license, but swimming is prohibited. Lake Kedron is a manmade lake formed by a portion of Flat Creek along with other smaller channels of water flowing into it. At its dam, Lake Kedron drains into Flat Creek, which continues through the heart of Peachtree City before merging with Line Creek southwest of the town. Show on map
Bull RiverThe Bull River is an 8.1-mile-long (13.0 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia, running through Chatham County east of Savannah. At its north end it connects via St. Augustine Creek and the Wilmington River with the Savannah River. Its south end is at Wassaw Sound, leading to the Atlantic Ocean. The Bull River flows between Wilmington Island to the west and McQueens Island and Little Tybee Island to the east. The river is crossed by one bridge, carrying U.S. Route 80 between the communities of Wilmington Island and Tybee Island. Show on map
Skidaway RiverThe Skidaway River is an 8.4-mile-long (13.5 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is located in Chatham County southeast of Savannah. Its north end is at the Wilmington River, and it flows southwest from there through Skidaway Narrows to end at the Burnside River, which connects via the Vernon and Little Ogeechee rivers with Ossabaw Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. The Skidaway River flows between Skidaway Island to the east and Dutch Island and Isle of Hope to the west. It is part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Show on map
Big Satilla CreekBig Satilla Creek is a 55.8-mile-long (89.8 km) tributary of the Little Satilla River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is part of the Satilla River watershed of southeastern Georgia. The creek rises in Hazlehurst in Jeff Davis County and flows south, then southeast. After leaving Jeff Davis County, it forms the boundary between Appling and Bacon counties, then Appling and Pierce counties, and finally Wayne and Pierce counties. It joins Little Satilla Creek southwest of Screven to form the Little Satilla River. Show on map
Kings BayKings Bay is a small unincorporated community located at 30.804 N, 81.560 W in Camden County on the southern coast of the U.S. state of Georgia. Since 1979, the adjacent Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay (initially named Naval Submarine Support Base Kings Bay), located at 30.796 N, 81.514 W, has served as the major East Coast operating, training and refit base for nuclear ballistic missile submarines (SSBN). The base also hosts the Strategic Weapons Facility, Atlantic (SWFLANT), 30.785 N, 81.537 W. Show on map
Jerico RiverThe Jerico River is a 12.8-mile-long (20.6 km) river on the Atlantic coastal plain in the U.S. state of Georgia. It serves as the boundary between Bryan and Liberty counties for its entire length. It rises at the juncture of Jerico Creek and Mount Hope Creek 12 miles (19 km) east of Hinesville and winds through salt marshes and under Interstate 95, ending at its junction with the Laurel View and Belfast rivers, two tidal channels that extend to the Medway River, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Mackay RiverThe Mackay River is a 13.4-mile-long (21.6 km) tidal river in Glynn County, Georgia. It flows between Saint Simons Island to the east and the mainland, including the city of Brunswick, to the west, and connects to Buttermilk Sound at its north end and St. Simons Sound and the Brunswick River at its south end. It runs parallel to and west of the Frederica River. The Mackay River is crossed by Route 63 traveling between Brunswick and Saint Simons. It is part of the Intracoastal Waterway. Show on map
Little Satilla CreekThe Little Satilla Creek is a 39.3-mile-long (63.2 km) tributary of the Little Satilla River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is part of the Satilla River watershed in southeastern Georgia. The creek rises in Appling County northwest of Surrency and flows southeast into Wayne County, to a point 5 miles (8 km) west of Jesup, where it turns to the southwest and continues to its junction with Big Satilla Creek southwest of Screven, where the two creeks form the Little Satilla River. Show on map
Raven Cliff FallsRaven Cliff Falls are located in White County, Georgia on a creek that joins Dodd Creek. The waterfall consists of three drops, a 60-foot (18 m) drop, followed by a 20-foot (6.1 m) drop into a deep pool, followed by a cascade of 20 feet (6.1 m) to Dodd Creek. The waterfall is an unusual double cascade flowing down through a fissure in a massive granite outcrop. There are also three other major waterfalls located on Dodd Creek, with the largest having a 70-foot (21 m) drop. Show on map
Crooked RiverThe Crooked River is a 26.8-mile-long (43.1 km) river in Camden County in the U.S. state of Georgia. Primarily tidal, it is an inlet of Cumberland Sound. It rises in freshwater wetlands northwest of Kingsland and flows east into saltmarsh. Grover Island lies to the north of the main channel, and Crooked River State Park and Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base are to the south. The Crooked River ends at its junction with the Cumberland River at the north end of Cumberland Sound. Show on map
Medway RiverThe Medway River is an 11.0-mile-long (17.7 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is formed by the confluence of the Laurel View River with the smaller Belfast and Tivoli rivers, all three of which are tidal. It empties into St. Catherines Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. The Medway River for nearly its entire length serves as the boundary between Bryan and Liberty counties, with Chatham County joining on the north side at the river's mouth. Show on map
Cochrans FallsWith a total vertical drop of 600 feet (183 meters), Cochrans Falls is tied with Caledonia Cascade as the second tallest waterfall in Georgia. This cascading waterfall is located in Dawson County, northwest of Dawsonville, Georgia and is in the vicinity of the tallest waterfall in the state, Amicalola Falls. The largest drop is near the top of Cochrans Falls and is accessible by a treacherous trail that ascends the right side of the falls. Show on map
West Point LakeWest Point Lake is a man-made reservoir impounded by the West Point Dam, a dam built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the Chattahoochee River that provides flood control and hydroelectric power. It also provides a reservoir for water to aid the navigation of the lower Chattahoochee. The reservoir extends for about 35 mi (56 km) along the Chattahoochee River near the Alabama-Georgia state boundary. Show on map
Lake OconeeLake Oconee is a reservoir in central Georgia, United States, on the Oconee River near Greensboro and Eatonton. It was created in 1979 when Georgia Power completed the construction of the Wallace Dam on the Oconee River. Lake Oconee runs through Georgia's Morgan, Greene, and Putnam counties and is separated from its sister lake, Sinclair, by Wallace Dam. Oconee is the name of an ancient Creek town. Show on map
Okapilco CreekOkapilco Creek is a 63-mile-long (101 km) tributary of the Withlacoochee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Via the Withlacoochee and the Suwannee River, the waters of Okapilco Creek flow to the Gulf of Mexico. The creek rises in southern Worth County at Anderson City and flows southeast through Colquitt and Brooks counties to join the Withlacoochee 6 miles (10 km) southeast of Quitman. Show on map
Laurel View RiverThe Laurel View River is a 4.6-mile-long (7.4 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is fed by the Jerico River, which splits into the Laurel View and Belfast rivers, and ends where the Belfast River rejoins it, forming the Medway River, which continues to the Atlantic Ocean. For its entire length, the Laurel View River forms the boundary between Bryan and Liberty counties. Show on map
Sope CreekSope Creek is an 11.6-mile-long (18.7 km) stream located in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. It is a significant tributary of the Chattahoochee River. It was known as Soap Creek during the 19th century. A section of Sope Creek runs through the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. The Sope Creek Ruins are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Sapelo RiverThe Sapelo River is a 23-mile-long (37 km) primarily tidal river in McIntosh County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It forms between Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 17 near the community of Eulonia and winds generally east through salt marshes into Sapelo Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates St. Catherines Island to the north from Sapelo Island to the south. Show on map
South Newport RiverThe South Newport River is a 42.6-mile-long (68.6 km) river on the Atlantic coastal plain in the U.S. state of Georgia. It rises in Long County 3 miles (5 km) south of Walthourville and flows east-southeast, becoming the boundary between Liberty and McIntosh counties. It flows into Sapelo Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean, south of St. Catherines Island. Show on map
Conasauga RiverThe Conasauga River is a river that runs through southeast Tennessee and northwest Georgia. The Conasauga River is 93 miles (150 km) long and is home to 90 species of fish and 25 species of freshwater mussels. The Conasauga River watershed encompasses over 500,000 acres (2,000 km2) in two states, multiple counties, and two ecologically different regions. Show on map
Rocky Comfort CreekRocky Comfort Creek is a 62.4-mile-long (100.4 km) tributary of the Ogeechee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Rising in Warren County 9 miles (14 km) northwest of Warrenton, it flows southeast, entering Glascock County and passing the town of Gibson, then continuing south into Jefferson County, where it reaches the Ogeechee River at Louisville. Show on map
Cumberland RiverThe Cumberland River is a 15-mile-long (24 km) tidal channel in the U.S. state of Georgia. It forms the northern half of the waterway that separates Cumberland Island from the Georgia mainland, connecting with Cumberland Sound to the south and St. Andrew Sound and the Satilla River to the north. It forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Show on map
Alabaha RiverThe Alabaha River is a 20.6-mile-long (33.2 km) tributary of the Satilla River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It forms in northwestern Pierce County at the junction of Hurricane Creek and Little Hurricane Creek and flows southeast, past the county seat of Blackshear, and joins the Satilla River at the Pierce County/Brantley County boundary. Show on map
Suwannoochee CreekSuwannoochee Creek is a 49.0-mile-long (78.9 km) tributary of the Suwannee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It rises in western Clinch County, Georgia, about 11 miles (18 km) west of Homerville, and flows southeast to join the Suwannee near Fargo. For the lower half of its course it forms the boundary between Clinch and Echols counties. Show on map
Lake ArrowheadLake Arrowhead is located approximately two miles (3 km) southwest of Waleska, Georgia, in the mountainous, west-northwestern part of Cherokee County, Georgia. Located just east-southeast of Bear Mountain, it is Georgia's second largest man-made, private lake, covering about 540 acres (2.2 km2) and reaching depths of up to 80 feet (24 m). Show on map
Herb RiverThe Herb River is an 8.0-mile-long (12.9 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is located in Chatham County, near the southeastern edge of Savannah. It connects with the Wilmington River to the north and the Moon River to the south, and it separates the mainland on the west from Isle of Hope and Dutch Island to the east. Show on map
Knoxboro CreekThe Knoxboro Creek is a 2.6-mile-long (4.2 km) tributary of the Savannah River. It is located at the boundary between Effingham and Chatham counties in the Greater Savannah Area (state of Georgia). The Tom Coleman Highway (Interstate 95) goes over Knoxboro Creek, one half of a mile south of the South Carolina-Georgia state border. Show on map
Crescent RiverThe Crescent River is a 5.4-mile-long (8.7 km) tidal river in McIntosh County, Georgia, in the United States. It forms in salt marshes east of the community of Bellville Point and flows southeast, ending at a river junction where the Mud River flows northeast into Sapelo Sound and Old Teakettle Creek flows south to Doboy Sound. Show on map
Bull Sluice LakeBull Sluice Lake is a small reservoir located along the Chattahoochee River in northern Georgia, in the northern suburbs of metro Atlanta. It is 673 acres (272 ha), and is impounded by the Morgan Falls Dam. Besides the hydroelectric power produced by the dam, the lake's primary use is recreation, including fishing and rowing. Show on map
Williamson Swamp CreekThe Williamson Swamp Creek is a 52.4-mile-long (84.3 km) tributary of the Ogeechee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Rising in northwestern Washington County 12 miles (19 km) north of Sandersville, it flows southeast past Davisboro and enters Jefferson County, ending at the Ogeechee River 5 miles (8 km) southeast of Wadley. Show on map
Belfast RiverThe Belfast River is a 6.1-mile-long (9.8 km) tidal channel in Bryan County, Georgia, in the United States. It is a northern side channel of the Laurel View River. At its seaward end where it rejoins the Laurel View, the two rivers form the Medway River, which continues to the Atlantic Ocean through St. Catherines Sound. Show on map
Amicalola FallsAmicalola Falls is a 729-foot (222 m) waterfall in Dawson County, Georgia, United States. It the highest waterfall in Georgia and is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. The name \"Amicalola\" is derived from a Cherokee language word meaning \"tumbling waters\". It is located within Amicalola Falls State Park. Show on map
Dukes CreekDukes Creek is the creek in White County, Georgia, on which gold was found in 1828. Either Frank Logan or one of his slaves is typically given the credit for this find. The discovery of gold in White County and neighboring Lumpkin County led to the Georgia Gold Rush. The creek is approximately 8.76 miles (14.10 km) long. Show on map
Odingsell RiverThe Odingsell River is a 5.7-mile-long (9.2 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It flows into Ossabaw Sound just north of the mouth of the Ogeechee River. It passes through salt marshes lying between Skidaway Island to the west, Wassaw Island to the north and east, and Little Wassaw Island to the south. Show on map
Kinchafoonee CreekKinchafoonee Creek (pronounced kinch-uh-FOO-nee) is a creek in southwest Georgia. It originates near Buena Vista and flows southeasterly for 91.8 miles (147.7 km) to the Flint River near Albany, Georgia. The creek flows through Chattahoochee, Marion, Dougherty, Lee and Webster (formerly Kinchafoonee) counties. Show on map
Canoochee RiverThe Canoochee River (pronounced kuh-NOO-chee) is a 108-mile-long (174 km) river in southeastern Georgia in the United States. It is a tributary of the Ogeechee River, which flows to the Atlantic Ocean. In 1738 the Trustees of the colony mentioned the proposed house and ferry boat over the 'Cooanoochi River'. Show on map
Brunswick RiverThe Brunswick River is a 6-mile-long (10 km) tidal river in Georgia. It begins at the Sidney Lanier Bridge at Brunswick, Georgia, at the confluence of the Turtle River with the East River, and flows east to St. Simons Sound, the strait between Saint Simons Island to the north and Jekyll Island to the south. Show on map
North Newport RiverThe North Newport River is a 26-mile-long (42 km) tidal river in Liberty County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It rises just west of Interstate 95, 15 miles (24 km) south of Richmond Hill, and flows generally east-southeast to its mouth at the Medway River and St. Catherines Sound on the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Mulberry RiverThe Mulberry River is a 28.2-mile-long (45.4 km) tributary of the Middle Oconee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It rises in southeastern Hall County (Braselton) and flows southeast, forming the boundary between Jackson and Barrow counties, to join the Middle Oconee south of Jefferson. Show on map
Oostanaula RiverThe Oostanaula River (pronounced \"oo-stuh-NA-luh\") is a principal tributary of the Coosa River, about 49 miles (79 km) long, in northwestern Georgia in the United States. Via the Coosa and Alabama rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mobile River, which flows to the Gulf of Mexico. Show on map
Vernon RiverThe Vernon River is a 12.4-mile-long (20.0 km) primarily tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. Located in Chatham County, it rises south of Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah and flows south into tidal marshes, where it joins the Little Ogeechee River southwest of Skidaway Island. Show on map
Saint Simons SoundSt. Simons Sound is a sound in Georgia that lies between Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island. It is part of the waterway from the Atlantic Ocean to the South Brunswick River to the port at Brunswick, Georgia. The St. Simons lighthouse stands on the north side of the sound. Show on map
Noonday CreekNoonday Creek is a 20.2-mile-long (32.5 km) stream in Cobb and Cherokee counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. The stream begins near Kennesaw Mountain and ends at Lake Allatoona. Noonday is a translation of the native Cherokee language name, referring to the solar noon. Show on map
Frederica RiverThe Frederica River is an 11.0-mile-long (17.7 km) tidal river in Glynn County, Georgia. It forms the western boundary of Saint Simons Island of the Georgia Sea Islands. Fort Frederica National Monument is located on the eastern bank of the river on Saint Simons Island. Show on map
Tobesofkee CreekTobesofkee Creek is a 58.9-mile-long (94.8 km) river in Georgia. It originates near Barnesville and flows roughly southeast across Lamar, Monroe, and Bibb counties to join the Ocmulgee River south of the city of Macon. A dam on this stream forms Lake Tobesofkee. Show on map
Grand BayGrand Bay is a 13,000-acre (53 km2) swamp located in Lanier County and Lowndes County, Georgia. It consists of Grand Bay Wetlands Management Area, an educational wildlife area, and Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge, a recreational and educational lake. Show on map
Nancy Long CreekNancy Long Creek is a stream in Douglas County, Georgia, United States. It has an elevation of 289 metres (948 ft), and connects to Windy Valley Lake, a small lake to the southeast of Villa Rica. The creek has a length of 0.74 kilometres (0.46 mi). Show on map
Bear RiverThe Bear River is a 13-mile-long (21 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It forms the channel that separates Ossabaw Island from the Georgia mainland, connecting with the Ogeechee River at its north end and the Medway River at its south. Show on map
Apalachee RiverThe Apalachee River is a 74-mile-long (119 km) tributary of the Oconee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It rises north of Lawrenceville in eastern Gwinnett County and flows southeast to join the Oconee River in Lake Oconee west of Greensboro. Show on map
Lake TobesofkeeLake Tobesofkee is a reservoir located on Tobesofkee Creek in Bibb County, Georgia. Built in the 1960s to control flooding, the lake soon became a site for public recreation and is known as one of the most heavily fished lakes in the state. Show on map
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Tivoli RiverThe Tivoli River is an 8.9-mile-long (14.3 km) primarily tidal river in Bryan County, Georgia, in the United States. It flows into the Belfast River, just north of that river's terminus at the Medway River, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Duplin RiverThe Duplin River is an 8.1-mile-long (13.0 km) tidal river in McIntosh County, Georgia, in the United States. It flows from north to south along the western edge of Sapelo Island into Doboy Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Halfmoon RiverThe Halfmoon River is a 4.6-mile-long (7.4 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It flows through saltmarshes connected to Wilmington Island in Chatham County, ending at Wassaw Sound, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Lake TrahlytaLake Trahlyta is named for Princess Trahlyta of the Eastern Band of Cherokees. The lake is located in Vogel State Park near Blairsville, Georgia which is one of the first two original state parks in the state of Georgia. Show on map
Darien RiverThe Darien River is a 10-mile-long (16 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia, in the vicinity of the city of Darien. It is part of the large complex of salt marshes surrounding the mouth of the Altamaha River. Show on map
Old Hell LakeOld Hell Lake is a lake in Long County, Georgia. The name was collected by the United States Geological Survey between 1976 and 1979 and entered into the Geographic Names Information System on September 25, 1979. Show on map
Mud RiverThe Mud River is a 6.4-mile-long (10.3 km) tidal arm of the Sapelo River in McIntosh County, Georgia, in the United States. It forms the northern part of the channel separating Sapelo Island from the mainland. Show on map
Gum Swamp CreekGum Swamp Creek is a tributary of the Little Ocmulgee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Via the Little Ocmulgee and Ocmulgee rivers, it is part of the Altamaha River basin draining to the Atlantic Ocean. Show on map
Buffalo RiverThe Buffalo River is a 4.5-mile-long (7.2 km) tidal river northwest of Brunswick, Georgia. It is part of the Brunswick River network of tidal channels along the Atlantic coast of the U.S. state of Georgia. Show on map
Sewell Mill CreekSewell Mill Creek is a tributary of Sope Creek in Marietta, Georgia, United States. Via Sope Creek and the Chattahoochee River, it is part of the Apalachicola River basin, draining to the Gulf of Mexico. Show on map
Shad RiverThe Shad River is a 4.7-mile-long (7.6 km) tidal river in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a tributary of the Bull River and flows through salt marshes connected to Wilmington Island in Chatham County. Show on map
Toccoa FallsThe Toccoa Falls waterfall, with a vertical drop of 186 feet (57 m), is located on the campus of Toccoa Falls College in Stephens County, Georgia. Toccoa is the Cherokee word for \"beautiful\", and Toccoa Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls of north Georgia. Show on map
Hampton RiverThe Hampton River is a 12.3-mile-long (19.8 km) tidal river in Glynn County, Georgia. It forms the channel between Saint Simons Island and Little Saint Simons Island on the Atlantic coast. Show on map
Ellijay RiverThe Ellijay River is a 15.1-mile-long (24.3 km) river in Georgia. It ends in the town of Ellijay at its confluence with the Cartecay River, forming the Coosawattee River. Show on map
Upatoi CreekUpatoi Creek is a 35.5-mile-long (57.1 km) river in western Georgia, just outside Columbus. It runs from Upatoi, through South Columbus, and to the Chattahoochee River. Show on map
Nancy Town CreekNancy Town Creek is a stream in Banks County, Georgia, United States. It flows to the southwest of Richard B. Russell Lake and has an elevation of 219 metres (719 ft). Show on map
Turtle RiverThe Turtle River is a 17.6-mile-long (28.3 km) tidal river in the vicinity of Brunswick, Georgia. It is the main tributary of the Brunswick River. Show on map
Runaway Negro CreekRunaway Negro Creek is a stream in Chatham County, Georgia, in the United States. The creek runs along the edge of Skidaway Island State Park. Show on map
Wassaw SoundWassaw Sound is a bay of the Atlantic Ocean on the coast of Georgia, United States near Savannah at the mouth of the Wilmington River. Show on map
DeSoto LakeDeSoto Lake is a reservoir in Floyd County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. The lake was named for Hernando de Soto, a Spanish explorer. Show on map
Murphy LakeMurphy Lake is a reservoir in Haralson County, Georgia, United States. Murphy Lake lies at an elevation of 1093 feet (333 m). Show on map
Murphy LakesMurphy Lakes is a reservoir in Catoosa County, Georgia, United States. Murphy Lakes lie at an elevation of 748 feet (228 m). Show on map
Broro RiverThe Broro River is a 2.5-mile-long (4.0 km) tidal arm of the Sapelo River in McIntosh County, Georgia, in the United States. Show on map
Helton Creek FallsHelton Creek Falls is a series of two waterfalls located within the Chattahoochee National Forest in Union County, Georgia. Show on map
Murphy LakeMurphy Lake is a reservoir in Jasper County, Georgia, United States. Murphy Lake lies at an elevation of 673 feet (205 m). Show on map
Murphy LakeMurphy Lake is a reservoir in Troup County, Georgia, United States. Murphy Lake lies at an elevation of 640 feet (195 m). Show on map
Little Ocmulgee RiverThe Little Ocmulgee River is a 28.3-mile-long (45.5 km) tributary of the Ocmulgee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Show on map
Lake SinclairLake Sinclair is a man-made lake in central Georgia near Milledgeville. It is operated by Georgia Power. Show on map
Mud LakeThere are several lakes named Mud Lake within the U.S. state of Georgia. \n* Mud Lake, Camden County, Georgia. 31°03′23″N 81°54′06″W / 31.05639°N 81.90167°W \n* Mud Lake, Charlton County, Georgia. 30°55′28″N 82°09′40″W / 30.92444°N 82.16111°W \n* Mud Lake, Lowndes County, Georgia. 30°42′13″N 83°27′22″W / 30.70361°N 83.45611°W \n* Mud Lake, Ware County, Georgia. 31°02′49″N 82°17′31″W / 31.04694°N 82.29194°W Show on map
Hightower FallsHightower Falls is a waterfall and historic site in Cedartown, Georgia. Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Georgia
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Fort James JacksonFort James Jackson (usually called Old Fort Jackson or shortened to Fort Jackson) is a restored 19th-century fort located on the Savannah River, two miles east of the city of Savannah in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is a National Historic Landmark and the oldest standing brick fort in Georgia. From 1884 to 1905, Fort Jackson was known as Fort Oglethorpe and was little used by the U.S. military. It was purchased by the city of Savannah in 1924 for park purposes but not fully restored until the 1970s. In the summer the fort has a daily cannon-firing demonstration. Admission is $7 for adults. Show on map
Piedmont ParkPiedmont Park is an urban park in Atlanta, Georgia, located about 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Downtown, between the Midtown and Virginia Highland neighborhoods. Originally the land was owned by Dr. Benjamin Walker, who used it as his out-of-town gentleman's farm and residence. He sold the land in 1887 to the Gentlemen's Driving Club (later renamed the Piedmont Driving Club), who wanted to establish an exclusive club and racing ground for horse enthusiasts. The Driving Club entered an agreement with the Piedmont Exposition Company, headed by prominent Atlantan Charles A. Collier, to use the land for fairs and expositions and later gave the park its name. Show on map
Sea IslandThe resorts, \"Sea Island Beach Club\" and \"The Cloister\", are located a short distance from one another, connected by a roundabout in the middle of Sea Island Drive, the island's main connecting road. The oceanfront Beach Club contains restaurants, a game room, an ice cream shop, a bar, and three pools. Sea Island’s main hotel, The Cloister, is located on its southwestern side along the Black Banks River. It includes restaurants, 200 rooms, a spa, tennis and squash courts, an exercise facility, and is home to the only Forbes Five Star restaurant in the state of Georgia, \"The Georgian Room\". The Ocean Forest Golf Club, a private, links-style course is located within a residential community on the northern tip of the island. Show on map
Piedmont National Wildlife RefugePiedmont National Wildlife Refuge is a 35,000-acre (140 km2) National Wildlife Refuge established in 1939 and located in central Georgia. It is primarily an upland forest dominated by loblolly pine on the ridges with hardwoods found along the creek bottoms and in scattered upland coves. Clear streams and beaver ponds provide ideal wetland habitat for wood ducks and other wetland dependent species. In the early 19th century the European settlers arrived in abundance and began to clear the land to plant a variety of crops. The settlers removed more than 90% of the forest. The continuous planting of cotton caused serious erosion and soil infertility. By the late 1870s they had abandoned more than a third of the land because the land could not sustain crops. Show on map
Magnolia Springs State ParkMagnolia Springs State Park is a 1,070-acre (4.33 km²) Georgia state park located between Perkins and Millen in Jenkins County. The park was built as a project of the Civilian Conservation Corps and opened in 1939. The park is well known for its crystal clear springs that are estimated to flow 7 million US gallons (26,000 m3) per day. The park also offers unique wildlife near the springs, including alligators, turtles, and a variety of birds and fish. During the American Civil War the area that now comprises the day-use area of the park was used as a prison, and was called Camp Lawton, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The park still houses remnants of the earthen fort that guarded the 10,000-prisoner camp. Two huge timbers, possibly from the prison but more likely from Show on map
Foley FieldFoley Field is a baseball stadium in Athens, Georgia, United States. It is the home field of the University of Georgia Bulldogs college baseball team. The stadium holds 3,291 people. Foley Field was built in 1966. The stadium was renovated in 1990, the same year that the University of Georgia won the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. Since that renovation, Georgia owns a 378–193–1 (.660) record there (through the 2006 season). Foley Field hosted the 1987 Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament, won by Mississippi State. Show on map
Bear MountainBear Mountain is a mountain located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, southwest of Waleska, Georgia. Situated between the northwest and west-central part of Cherokee County, Georgia, it is the highest point in the county at 2,303 feet (702 m). It is also the highest point in the extended metro Atlanta area, which lies to the south and southeast, while Lake Arrowhead lies to the east-southeast at the foot of the mountain. Just to the west runs the Bartow/Cherokee county line. Show on map
Providence Canyon State ParkProvidence Canyon State Park is a 1,003 acres (4.06 km2; 1.57 sq mi) state park located in Stewart County in southwest Georgia. The park contains Providence Canyon, which is sometimes called Georgia's \"Little Grand Canyon\". It is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. Providence Canyon actually is not a purely natural feature — the massive gullies (the deepest being 150 feet) were caused by erosion due to poor farming practices in the 19th century. It is also home to the very rare plumleaf azalea. Show on map
Fort MountainFort Mountain is a mountain in northern Georgia, just east of Chatsworth. It is part of the Cohutta Mountains, a small mountain range at the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains. It also lies within the Chattahoochee National Forest. Fort Mountain takes its name from a peak that has remnants of a stone formation around part of that peak. The stones, which are from the local area around the summit, are piled in an 928 feet (283 m)-long discontinuous zig-zag line. Stone piles may be formed naturally by the thrust that causes a ridge to crest during the mountain's formation. Show on map
Fairlie-Poplar Historic DistrictThe Fairlie-Poplar Historic District is part of the central business district in downtown Atlanta. It is named for the two streets that cross at its center, northeast-only Fairlie and southeast-only Poplar. Fairlie-Poplar is immediately north of Five Points, the definitive centerpoint and longtime commercial heart of Atlanta. It is roughly bounded on the southwest by Marietta Street, on the southeast by Peachtree Street or Park Place, on the northeast by Luckie Street or Williams Street, and on the northwest by Cone Street or Spring Street. It has smaller city blocks than the rest of the city (about half by half), and the streets run at a 40° diagonal. Show on map
Currahee MountainCurrahee Mountain is a mountain located in Stephens County, Georgia, near Toccoa. The name appears to be derived from the Cherokee word (quu-wa-hi) meaning \"stand alone.\"Technically a part of the Georgia Piedmont or \"foothill\" province, Currahee Mountain rises abruptly about 800 vertical feet (240 m) above the local topography and is the highest peak in Stephens County. Part of the mountain is in the Chattahoochee National Forest. On clear days, the peak's 1,735-foot (529 m) summit is visible for many miles and is a prominent landmark to the southeast of Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountain crest. Show on map
Mount OglethorpeMount Oglethorpe is a mountain located in Pickens County, Georgia. The southernmost peak in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the mountain has an elevation of 3,288 feet (1,002 m), making it the highest point in Pickens County. Mount Oglethorpe served as the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail from when the trail was completed in 1937 until 1958. In 1958, as a result of over development around Mount Oglethorpe, the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail was moved about 13 miles (21 km) to the northeast to Springer Mountain. Show on map
Indian Springs State ParkIndian Springs State Park is a 528-acre (2.14 km²) Georgia state park located near Jackson and Flovilla. The park is named for its several springs, which the Creek Indians used for centuries to heal the sick. The water from these springs is said to have a sulfur smell and taste. Indian Springs is thought to be the oldest state park in the nation. It was acquired from the Creek Indians by the state through the Treaty of Indian Springs (1825) and the Treaty of Washington (1826). Thereafter, Indian Springs has been operated continuously by the state as a public park, although it did not gain the title \"State Park\" until 1931. The area became a resort town in the 19th century. It became an official \"State Forest Park\" in 1927. In 1931, along with Vogel State Park, it became a founding unit of@en . Show on map
Blood Mountain WildernessThe Blood Mountain Wilderness was designated in 1991 and currently consists of 7,800 acres (32 km2). The Wilderness is located within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest in Lumpkin County and Union County, Georgia. The Wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. In November, 1999, three fires burned through parts of the Blood Mountain Wilderness and the Chatahoochee National Forest. Fire crews came from across the nation to help fight the fires. Show on map
Tallulah GorgeThe Tallulah Gorge is a gorge that is formed by the Tallulah River cutting through the Tallulah Dome rock formation. The gorge is approximately 2 miles (3 km) long and features rocky cliffs up to 1,000 feet (300 m) high. Through it, a series of falls known as Tallulah Falls drop a total of 150 metres (490 ft) in one mile (1.6 km). Tallulah Falls is actually composed of six separate falls: l'Eau d'Or 46 ft (14 m), Tempesta 76 ft (23 m), Hurricane the tallest at 96 feet (29 m), Oceana 50 ft (15 m), the smooth \"sliding rock\" at Bridal Veil 17 ft (5.2 m) and Lovers Leap 16 ft (4.9 m). The Tallulah Gorge is located next to the town of Tallulah Falls, Georgia. Tallulah Gorge State Park protects much of the gorge and its waterfalls. The gorge is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders o Show on map
Ocmulgee National MonumentOcmulgee National Monument preserves traces of over ten millennia of Southeastern Native American culture, including major earthworks built before 1000 CE by the South Appalachian Mississippian culture (a regional variation of the Mississippian culture.) These include the Great Temple and other ceremonial mounds, a burial mound, and defensive trenches. They represented highly skilled engineering techniques and soil knowledge, and the organization of many laborers. The site has evidence of \"17,000 years of continuous human habitation.\" The 702-acre (2.84 km2) park is located on the east bank of the Ocmulgee River. Present-day Macon, Georgia developed around the site after the United States built Fort Benjamin Hawkins nearby in 1806. Show on map
Sweat MountainSweat Mountain is a low mountain in far northeastern Cobb County, Georgia, in the suburbs north of Atlanta. The exact GNIS location of its summit is 34°4′1″N 84°27′20″W / 34.06694°N 84.45556°W, and it has an official (USGS) elevation of 1,688 ft (515 m) above mean sea level. It is the second-highest point in the county behind Kennesaw Mountain, and second in the core metro Atlanta area, behind Kennesaw Mountain, which is also in Cobb County. It is fifth if the exurban counties further north are considered. Show on map
Cohutta WildernessThe Cohutta Wilderness was designated in 1975, expanded in 1986, and currently consists of 36,977 acres (149.64 km2). Approximately 35,268 acres (142.72 km2) are located in Georgia in the Chattahoochee National Forest and approximately 1,709 acres (6.92 km2) are located in Tennessee in the Cherokee National Forest. The Wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service in Tennessee and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Among the new regulations will be limits on the number of people allowed in a single group and on the use of camp fires. Show on map
Rabun BaldRabun Bald, with an elevation of 4,696 feet (1,431 m), is the second-highest peak in Georgia; only Brasstown Bald 4,784 feet (1,458 m) is higher. It is immediately southeast of Sky Valley, Georgia, and is the tallest mountain in the county. An observation tower on the summit provides hikers with views that, on clear days, extend for more than 100 miles (160 km). The hike to the top of Rabun Bald is 5.8 miles (9.3 km) round trip via the Rabun Bald Trail. The Rabun Bald Trail connects with the Bartram Trail system, which passes over the top as it winds through northeast Georgia for 37 miles (60 km). Show on map
Unicoi State ParkUnicoi State Park & Lodge is a 1,050-acre (4.25 km2) state park located immediately north-northeast of Helen, Georgia in the northeastern portion of the state. The centerpiece of the park is 53-acre (21 ha) Unicoi Lake on Smith Creek. The park is especially popular in October, when the autumn leaves in the forest change colors. Show on map
Wassaw IslandWassaw Island is one of the Sea Islands. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia and is part of Chatham County. The island and its surrounding marshlands are part of the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, which has a total area of 10,053 acres (40.68 km2) of marsh, mudflats, and tidal creeks, including approximately 7 miles (11 km) of undeveloped beaches. The land mass is 76 percent salt marshes and 24 percent beaches, dunes, and maritime forest. The refuge is a part of the Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex. Show on map
Fernbank Forest and Recreational CenterFernbank Forest is a 65-acre (25 hectares) mature mixed forest that is part of Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, Georgia. It has one of the few remnants of original forest vegetation in the Georgia Piedmont; as such, it has been extensively studied by scientists. Large specimens of white oak and tulip poplar, which grow up to 156 feet (47.5 meters) tall, dominate the tree canopy. There also are a few equally tall loblolly pine. Other canopy species include American beech, black oak, northern red oak, southern red oak, pignut hickory, bitternut hickory, mockernut hickory, winged elm and red maple. Eastern flowering dogwood, sourwood, umbrella magnolia and eastern redbud are prominent among the smaller trees. The forest floor is covered by many shrub, wildflower, and fern specie Show on map
Nacoochee Indian MoundThe Nacoochee Mound (Smithsonian trinomial 9WH3) is an archaeological site on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in White County, in the northeast part of the U.S. state of Georgia, at the junction of Georgia Georgia State Route 17 and Georgia State Route 75. First occupied as early as 100-500 CE, the site was later developed and occupied more intensively by peoples of the South Appalachian Mississippian culture (a regional variation of the Mississippian culture) from 1350 to 1600 CE. One of their characteristic platform mounds is located at the site. A professional archeological excavation revealed a total of 75 human burials, with artifacts that support dating of the site. Show on map
Chetoogeta Mountain TunnelThe Chetoogeta Mountain Tunnel (34°50′19″N 85°02′00″W / 34.838689°N 85.033281°W) refers to two different railroad tunnels passing through Chetoogeta Mountain in northwestern Georgia, USA. The first tunnel, known as the Western and Atlantic Railroad Tunnel at Tunnel Hill, was completed on May 7, 1850, as part of the construction of the Western & Atlantic Railroad (W & A), the first state road in Georgia. It was the first major railroad tunnel in the South and is 1,447 feet/≈0.27 mi or 441 meters in length. It was renovated in 1998-2000 and is now open to the public as a privately owned historic site. Show on map
Cloudland Canyon State ParkCloudland Canyon State Park is a 3,485 acre (14.10 km²) Georgia state park located near Trenton and Cooper Heights on the western edge of Lookout Mountain. One of the largest and most scenic parks in Georgia, it contains rugged geology, and offers visitors a range of vistas across the deep gorge cut through the mountain by Sitton Gulch Creek, where the elevation varies from 800 to over 1,800 feet. Views of the canyon can be seen from the picnic area parking lot, in addition to additional views located along the rim trail. At the bottom of the gorge, two waterfalls cascade across layers of sandstone and shale, ending in small pools below. Show on map
Sapelo IslandSapelo Island /ˈsæpəloʊ/ is a state-protected barrier island located in McIntosh County, Georgia. The island is only accessible by aircraft or boat, with the primary ferry coming from the Sapelo Island Visitors Center in McIntosh County, Georgia, a seven-mile (11 km), twenty-minute trip. Show on map
Sweetwater Creek State ParkSweetwater Creek State Park is a 2,549 acre (10.32 km2) Georgia state park located in the New Manchester area of east Douglas County, 15 miles (24 km) from downtown Atlanta. The park is named after Sweetwater Creek which runs through the park. Sweetwater became an official state park in 1972, driven in great part by the work of the Georgia Conservancy, an environmental organization that was formed during a meeting at Sweetwater Creek in 1967. Show on map
Andersonville National Historic SiteThe Andersonville National Historic Site, located near Andersonville, Georgia, preserves the former Camp Sumter (also known as Andersonville Prison), a Confederate prisoner-of-war camp during the final twelve months of the American Civil War. Most of the site lies in southwestern Macon County, adjacent to the east side of the town of Andersonville. As well as the former prison, the site contains the Andersonville National Cemetery and the National Prisoner of War Museum. Show on map
Jimmy Carter National Historic SiteThe Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, located in Plains, Georgia, preserves sites associated with James Earl \"Jimmy\" Carter, Jr. (1924–present), 39th President of the United States. These include his residence, boyhood farm, school, and the town railroad depot, which served as his campaign headquarters during the 1976 election. The building which used to be Plains High School (opened in 1921 and closed in 1979) serves as the park’s museum and visitor center. As President Carter lives in Plains, the area surrounding the residence is under the protection of the United States Secret Service and is not open to the public. Show on map
Brasstown BaldBrasstown Bald is the highest point in the state of Georgia. Located in northeast Georgia, the mountain is known to the native Cherokee people as Enotah. The name in English is derived from a mistaken translation of the term for a former Cherokee village nearby, located along the upper Brasstown Creek (named in English from the same error) feeding the Hiawassee River. Across the North Carolina state line, immediately North of the mountain, are other places named in that error of English settlers: Brasstown, a community in the Brasstown township of Clay County, North Carolina. Show on map
Gascoigne BluffGascoigne Bluff is a bluff next to the Frederica River on the western side of the island of St. Simons, Georgia which was a Native American campground, the site of a Franciscan monastery named San Buenaventura, and the site of the Province of Georgia's first naval base. It was named for Captain James Gascoigne of the sloop-of-war, HMS Hawk, which led some of the first British settlers to the coast of Georgia. \n* View from the bluff \n* Historical marker \n* Marker Show on map
Young LickYoung Lick is a mountain that lies in three Georgia counties, Habersham, Rabun and Towns. Its summit - Young Lick Knob, elevation 3,809 feet (1,161 m), is one of Habersham County's highest points. Young Lick Knob is crossed by the Appalachian Trail. Show on map
Sawnee MountainSawnee Mountain is a low mountain between the piedmont and Appalachian foothills of the U.S. state of Georgia, north of Atlanta. The name Sawnee Mountain actually refers to the entire ridge of approximately five miles (8 km) in length. At its summit, the elevation is 1,946 feet (593 m) above mean sea level, and is roughly 750 feet (230 m) above the surrounding terrain. The Sawnee Mountain range runs southwest to northeast, and consists of five knolls and three gaps (Chamblee, Sawnee, and Bettes). Located only a few miles north of Cumming, Georgia (the county seat), the mountain is easily the highest point in Forsyth county. One of the highest peaks of metro Atlanta, it nudges out its prominently known neighbors Stone Mountain and Kennesaw Mountain by a hundred or so feet each. However, Saw Show on map
Wolf Island National Wildlife RefugeWolf Island National Wildlife Refuge, located approximately 12 miles (19 km) off the coast of Darien, Georgia in McIntosh County, was established on April 3, 1930 to provide protection and habitat for migratory birds. The barrier island refuge consists of Wolf Island and two smaller islands, Egg and Little Egg. Over 75% of the refuge's 5,126 acres (20.74 km2) are composed of saltwater marsh. Show on map
Little Kennesaw MountainLittle Kennesaw Mountain is a mountain in Cobb County, Georgia, northwest of Marietta and south of Kennesaw. It is a sub-peak of Kennesaw Mountain, the site of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain in the 1864 Atlanta Campaign of the American Civil War. Show on map
Vogel State ParkVogel State Park is a 233-acre (0.94 km2) or 94 hectares state park located at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest. It became one of the first two parks in Georgia when it founded a state park system in 1931. Much of the park was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the 1930s. The park features streams, a waterfall, and Lake Trahlyta. At 2,500 feet (760 m) elevation it is one of Georgia's highest altitude state parks. The mountainous habitats surrounding the lake support a wide assortment of plants and animals. Show on map
Stone MountainStone Mountain is a quartz monzonite dome monadnock and the site of Stone Mountain Park in Stone Mountain, Georgia. At its summit, the elevation is 1,686 feet (514 m) MSL and 825 feet (251 m) above the surrounding area. Stone Mountain is well-known not only for its geology, but also for the enormous rock relief on its north face, the largest bas-relief in the world. The carving depicts three Confederate figures during the Civil War: Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, and Jefferson Davis. Show on map
Raven Cliffs WildernessThe Raven Cliffs Wilderness was designated in 1986 and currently consists of 9,115 acres (36.89 km2). The Wilderness is located within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest in White, Lumpkin, and Union Counties, Georgia. The Wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Show on map
Mount WilkinsonMount Wilkinson is a low mountain immediately north-northwest of and directly overlooking downtown Vinings, in southeast Cobb County, Georgia, USA. Although it rises significantly from the surrounding terrain, it is actually at or slightly below the average elevation for the region, as it is in the Chattahoochee River valley. Formerly called Signal Mountain, today it is commonly known as Vinings Mountain. It is said that in 1864, U.S. Army General William T. Sherman got his first look at the church spires of Atlanta from the summit of Vinings Mountain. Show on map
Coleman River Scenic AreaThe Coleman River Scenic Area is located in Rabun County, Georgia in the Chattooga River District of the Chattahoochee National Forest. It is located at the point of confluence of Coleman River with the Tallulah River. The scenic area consists of 330 acres (1.3 km2) encompassing lower Coleman River and was dedicated in 1960 to \"Ranger Nick\" Nicholson following his 40 years of public service. At the point of confluence of the two rivers, the elevation is approximately 2,200 feet (670 m). Show on map
Duncan Ridge TrailThe Duncan Ridge Trail is a hiking trail that has been designated as a National Recreation Trail in Georgia. The trail is 35.5 miles (53.25 km.) long and traverses mountains, descends into valleys and features scenic viewpoints and waterfalls. It is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest and is maintained by the U.S. Forest Service in the Brasstown and Toccoa Ranger Districts. Show on map
Mark Trail WildernessThe Mark Trail Wilderness was designated in 1991 and currently consists of 16,400 acres (66 km2). It is named in honor of Mark Trail, a daily newspaper comic strip created by the American cartoonist Ed Dodd. The Wilderness is located within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest in White, Towns, and Union counties, Georgia. The Wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Show on map
Grassy RidgeGrassy Ridge is a ridge in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia that runs south to north along the Eastern Continental Divide in Rabun County, Georgia. At the southern end of the ridge, there is an unnamed peak with an elevation of just over 3,800 feet (1,200 m). From there, the ridge runs north, crossing the boundary between Georgia and North Carolina at just over 4,360 feet (1,330 m) and then ultimately joining Ridgepole Mountain in North Carolina. In between its southernmost point and North Carolina, there is another unnamed peak with an elevation of just over 4,420 feet (8th highest point in Georgia; 3rd highest point in Rabun County) and a gap called Nichols Gap with an elevation of 4,169 feet (1,271 m). Grassy Ridge is in the Southern Nantahala Wilderness of the Chattahoochee National Show on map
Horsetrough MountainHorsetrough Mountain, with a summit elevation of 4,045 feet (1,233 m), is located in Union and White counties in northeastern Georgia, USA. It is also within the boundaries of the Chattahoochee National Forest and is part of the Mark Trail Wilderness. The Eastern Continental Divide follows the main ridge line that makes up the mountain, crossing the peak. Water to the south and east of the mountain flows to the Atlantic Ocean, while water to the north and west of the mountain flows to the Gulf of Mexico. Streams from Horsetrough Mountain form some of the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River, and the West Fork Little River. The Appalachian Trail follows the main ridge line of the mountain but does not cross the summit. Horsetrough Falls is located on the southern side of the mountain. Show on map
Tray Mountain WildernessThe Tray Mountain Wilderness was designated in 1986 and currently consists of 9,702 acres (39.26 km2). The Wilderness is located within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest in Habersham, Rabun, Towns and White counties, Georgia and is managed in the Chattooga Ranger District. The Wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Show on map
Brasstown WildernessThe Brasstown Wilderness was designated in 1986 and currently consists of 12,896 acres (52.19 km2). The Wilderness is located within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest in Union County and Towns County, Georgia. The Wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Show on map
Cumberland Island National SeashoreCumberland Island National Seashore preserves most of Cumberland Island in Camden County, Georgia, the largest of Georgia's Golden Isles. The seashore features beaches and dunes, marshes, and freshwater lakes. The national seashore also preserves and interprets many historic sites and structures. One of the people instrumental in the creation and preservation of the seashore was Carol Ruckdeschel. Show on map
Amicalola Falls State ParkAmicalola Falls State Park is an 829 acre (3.35 km²) Georgia state park located between Ellijay and Dahlonega in Dawsonville, Georgia. The park's name is derived from a Cherokee language word meaning \"tumbling waters\". The park is home to Amicalola Falls, a 729-foot (222 m) waterfall, making it the highest in Georgia. It is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. An eight-mile (13 km) trail that winds past Amicalola Falls and leads to Springer Mountain, famous for being the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, begins in the park. Amicalola Falls State Park also offers many hiking trails, a guest lodge, restaurant, cabins, a shelter for long distance Appalachian Trail hikers, a campground and access to the eco-friendly Len Foote Hike Inn. Show on map
Black Rock Mountain State ParkBlack Rock Mountain State Park is a 1,743 acre (7.03 km²) Georgia state park located west of Mountain City in Rabun County, Georgia. It is named after its sheer cliffs of dark-colored biotite gneiss in Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains. Located astride the Eastern Continental Divide at an elevation of 3,640 feet (1,109 m), the park provides many scenic overlooks and 80 mile (130 km) vistas of the southern Appalachian Mountains. On a clear day, four states are visible: Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. In addition to Black Rock Mountain itself, the park includes four other peaks over 3,000 feet (910 m) in elevation, making it the highest state park in Georgia. Show on map
Arkaquah TrailThe Arkaquah Trail is a hiking trail that has been designated as a National Recreation Trail in Georgia. The trail is 5.5 miles (8.25 km) long (not including the trail from the parking area to the summit and back) and is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest in the Brasstown Ranger District. The trail is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. Show on map
Jacks Knob TrailJacks Knob Trail is a hiking trail that has been designated as a National Recreation Trail in Georgia. The trail is 4.5 miles (7.2 km) long and is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest in the Brasstown Ranger District. The trail is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. Show on map
Callaway GardensCallaway Gardens is a 6,500 acres (2,600 ha) resort complex located in Pine Mountain, Georgia, just outside Columbus, Georgia. The destination draws over 750,000 visitors annually. Callaway Gardens was founded in 1952 by Cason J. and Virginia Hand Callaway to promote and protect native azalea species. His son, Bo Callaway, helped develop and run the garden. Today, Callaway Gardens features a wide variety of recreational attractions including a large enclosed butterfly habitat, the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center. The native palm Sabal minor maintains one of its northernmost populations in the area. Show on map
Rich Mountain WildernessThe Rich Mountain Wilderness is a wilderness area within the Chattahoochee National Forest in Gilmer County, Georgia, in the United States. It was designated in 1986 and currently consists of 9,476 acres (38.35 km2) of the 13,276 acres (54 km2) that makes up the Rich Mountains. The Wilderness is managed by the United States Forest Service and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Show on map
Seminole State ParkSeminole State Park is a 604 acre (2.44 km2) state park located on the shores of Lake Seminole in the extreme southwest corner of Georgia. The park offers excellent fishing opportunities on the lake, as well as a tranquil getaway in one of the park's cottages or campsites. The park also offers a scenic nature trail to experience the forest in the park. The park also offers treehouse camping that sleeps up to fifteen people. The park recently opened a new group shelter that seats up to two hundred people. This facility Is great for family reunions, meetings and receptions. The park has a new Facebook page where people can go and see what events or specials are going on at the park. Show on map
Pine Log MountainPine Log Mountain is located in the U.S state of Georgia with a summit elevation of 2,338 feet (713 m). The peak is three miles west of the town of Waleska separated only by the gated community of Lake Arrowhead. The summit falls within Cherokee County, although the majority of the mountain range trails into Bartow County including other peaks of Little Pine Log Mountain, Bear Mountain and Hanging Mountain. Pine Log and these other summits within its range are the last mountains over 2,000 feet (600 m) in the Appalachians of north Georgia. The Appalachian range does not rise above 2,000 feet again until many miles further southwest in the Talladega National Forest in Alabama. Show on map
Yonah MountainYonah Mountain (commonly referred to as \"Mount Yonah\" or, by older Georgians, \"Yonah Bald\") is a mountain ridge located in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest in Georgia, United States. It is between the towns of Cleveland and Helen. Yonah is the Cherokee word for Bear. There is a signed trailhead from Chambers Road and an approximately 2.3 mile trail (gaining 1500 feet in elevation) leads to the summit. There are also side trails that lead to neighboring Pink Mountain. Show on map
Ossabaw IslandOssabaw Island is one of the Sea Islands located on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the U.S. state of Georgia approximately twenty miles by water south from the historic downtown of the city of Savannah. One of the largest of Georgia's barrier islands, Ossabaw contains 9,000 acres (3,600 ha) of wooded uplands with freshwater ponds and 16,000 acres (6,500 ha) of marshlands interlaced with tidal creeks. Located between Wassaw Island and the Ogeechee River on the north and St. Catherines Island on the south, the island is not linked to the mainland by bridge or causeway. At 26,000 acres (11,000 ha), it is the third-largest barrier island off the coast of Georgia. Show on map
Glassy MountainGlassy Mountain is a mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Rabun County, Georgia, with its USGS GNIS summit at 34°50′44″N 83°30′02″W / 34.84556°N 83.50056°W, which is 3,415 feet (1,041 m) AMSL. It is bypassed on its northern flank by a major two-lane highway that carries U.S. Route 76 and Georgia State Route 2 east and west. Show on map
Atlanta Stadium (historical)Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, often referred to as Fulton County Stadium and originally named Atlanta Stadium, was a multi-purpose stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The stadium was built to attract a Major League Baseball team and in 1966 succeeded when the Milwaukee Braves relocated from Wisconsin. The Braves and Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League shared the venue from 1966 until 1991, when the Falcons moved into the newly completed Georgia Dome. The Braves continued to play at Fulton County Stadium until the end of the 1996 season, when they moved into Turner Field, the converted Centennial Olympic Stadium which had been built for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Show on map
Fort Frederica National MonumentFort Frederica National Monument, on St. Simons Island, Georgia, preserves the archaeological remnants of a fort and town built by James Oglethorpe between 1736 and 1748 to protect the southern boundary of the British colony of Georgia from Spanish raids. About 630 British troops were stationed at the fort. Show on map
Florence Marina State ParkFlorence Marina State Park is a 173-acre (0.70 km²) Georgia state park located near Omaha on the eastern shore of Walter F. George Lake. The park is known for its deep-water marina and its water recreation sports, such as fishing and waterskiing. The park also attracts bird-watchers with the chance of seeing herons, egrets, and possibly bald eagles. The park is home to the Kirbo Interpretive Center, which teaches visitors about Native Americans and displays snakes, turtles, fish, and other artifacts from prehistoric times to the early 20th century. Located just 10 miles (16.09 km) southeast of the park is Providence Canyon State Park. Show on map
Cowrock MountainCowrock Mountain is a mountain that is located in Lumpkin and White counties in Georgia. The mountain forms a north/south ridge. Its northern peak, Cowrock, has an elevation of 3,852 feet (1,174 m) and its southern peak, Cowrock Flat, has an elevation of 3,502 feet (1,067 m). The boundary line between Lumpkin and White counties follows the ridge formed by Cowrock Mountain. The peak called Cowrock is the highest point in Lumpkin County, forms the northeast corner of the county. The Appalachian Trail also crosses Cowrock Mountain. The mountain is located within the Raven Cliffs Wilderness in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Show on map
Blood MountainBlood Mountain is the highest peak on the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail and the sixth-tallest mountain in Georgia, with an elevation of 4,458 feet (1,359 m). It is located on the border of Lumpkin County with Union County and is within the boundaries of the Chattahoochee National Forest and the Blood Mountain Wilderness. There are several waterfalls, hiking trails and other recreational areas in the vicinity. Show on map
Screamer MountainScreamer Mountain is a mountain in Rabun County, Georgia, United States, near Clayton, Georgia and is the birthplace of Logan E. Bleckley. Screamer Mountain has an elevation of 2,972 feet. The entire mountain was purchased in 1971 by Modern States Life Insurance Co. Show on map
Tray MountainTray Mountain, with an elevation of 4,430 ft (1,350 m) is the seventh-highest peak in Georgia. The boundary line between White and Towns counties bisects the mountain, but leaves the summit in Towns County. Habersham County lies on a lower part of the mountain, but not on the summit. Tray Mountain is within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest and is part of the Tray Mountain Wilderness. The mountain is referred to by some as the grandstand for viewing the Nantahala Mountains in North Carolina and the rest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia. The Appalachian Trail crosses the peak. Show on map
Six Flags Over GeorgiaSix Flags Over Georgia is a 290-acre (120 ha) theme park located west of Atlanta in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. Featuring characters and themes from a variety of Warner Bros. properties such as Looney Tunes and DC Comics, the park opened to the public in 1967 as the second of three theme parks built by Six Flags. It features eleven roller coasters, including top-ranked Mind Bender and Goliath that have been recognized annually by Amusement Today, and over 30 other rides, shows, and attractions. Hurricane Harbor, a 7-acre (2.8 ha) water park included in the price of admission to the amusement park, was added in 2014. Show on map
Fort Morris State Historic SiteFort Morris Historic Site is a Georgia state historic park in Liberty County, Georgia in the United States. The fort is on a bend in the Medway River and played an important role in the protection of southeast Georgia throughout various conflicts beginning in 1741 and ending in 1865 at the conclusion of the American Civil War, including the French and Indian and American Revolutionary Wars and War of 1812. The historic site is 70 acres (28 ha) and sits at an elevation of 23 feet (7.0 m). On May 13, 1970, the fort was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Fort Morris. Show on map
Philips ArenaPhilips Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Atlanta, Georgia that is home to the Atlanta Hawks, of the National Basketball Association, and the Atlanta Dream, of the Women's National Basketball Association. It also served as home to the National Hockey League's Atlanta Thrashers from 1999 to 2011, before the team moved to Winnipeg. It opened in 1999 at a cost of $213.5 million, replacing the Omni Coliseum. It is owned by the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority and operated by Tony Ressler, who also, with a group of investors that includes Grant Hill, owns the Hawks. Show on map
Alcovy MountainAlcovy Mountain is a monadnock in the state of Georgia similar to Kennesaw Mountain in the city of Marietta. It is located in Walton County four miles south of the city of Monroe. With a summit elevation of 1,070 ft (326 m), the mountain is the highest point in Walton County, and is the southeasternmost mountain of significance in the Appalachians. The terrain around the mountain averages roughly 750 feet (230 m) AMSL. Alcovy (pronunciation: al-CO-vee) Mountain rises steeply from the banks of the Alcovy River, which arises farther north, in Gwinnett County. Show on map
Wildcat MountainWildcat Mountain, with an elevation of 3,760 feet, has the distinction of being the highest peak in White County, Georgia, United States but not the highest point in the county. The boundary line between White County and Towns County bisects Tray Mountain, but leaves the summit of the mountain in Towns County. Thus, the upper elevations of Tray Mountain falling within White County at nearly 4,430 feet (1,350 m) rob the summit of Wildcat Mountain of the title “highest point in White County.” Wildcat Mountain is within the borders of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Show on map
Blackjack MountainBlackjack Mountain is a scenic landmark, located in the very southwest corner of Carroll County, Georgia on the Georgia-Alabama border and Heard County line. The nearest city is Ephesus, Georgia, 2.2 miles (3.5 km) to the south. While not an impressive mountain the summit is one of the higher points in Georgia south of Interstate 20. Blackjack Mountain is a long north-south trending ridge. The Native Americans used this promontory as a reference point on their East-West trading path and are believed to have used the summit for sacred ceremonies. Show on map
Hightower BaldHightower Bald, with an elevation of 4,568 feet (1,392 m) is the fourth-highest peak in the US state of Georgia. It is located in Towns County, Georgia at the North Carolina state line and is within the boundaries of the Southern Nantahala Wilderness of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Show on map
Georgia Veterans Memorial State ParkGeorgia Vererans State Park is a state park located on Lake Blackshear in Crisp County, west of Cordele, Georgia. It was established in 1931 as a memorial to U.S. Veterans. The 1,308-acre (5 km2) park features a museum with aircraft, vehicles, weapons, uniforms and other memorabilia dating from the Revolutionary War to the present. Other attractions include 8,600-acre (35 km2) Lake Blackshear, a privately operated conference center and golf club and the SAM Shortline Excursion Train, which runs from Cordele to Plains. Show on map
Marshall ForestMarshall Forest is located in Floyd County, in Georgia, 5 miles (8.0 km) outside the Rome city limits. It is one of the few remaining old-growth forests in Northwest Georgia. Marshall Forest is referred to as the only virgin forest within city limits of any city in the USA. The forest is 311 acres (126 ha). Trees in Marshall Forest range from 600–900 feet (180–270 m) in elevation. More than 300 species of plants, and fifty-five tree species live within the forest, together with numerous animals indigenous to the area. Show on map
Centennial Olympic ParkCentennial Olympic Park is a 21-acre (85,000 m2) public park located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia owned and operated by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. It was built by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) as part of the infrastructure improvements for the Centennial 1996 Summer Olympics. It plays host to millions of visitors a year and several events, including a summer popular music concert series (Wednesday WindDown) and an annual Independence Day concert and fireworks display. Show on map
Jacks KnobJacks Knob is a mountain located on the border of Towns County and Union County, Georgia, with a peak elevation of 3,813 feet. The Appalachian Trail crosses the southern flank of the mountain and Jacks Knob Trail ends here at an intersection with the Appalachian Trail. Jacks Knob is in the Mark Trail Wilderness of the Chattahoochee National Forest. The source of the Chattahoochee River is located in Jacks Gap at the southeastern foot of Jacks Knob, in the very southeastern corner of Union County. Show on map
General Coffee State ParkGeneral Coffee State Park is a 1,511 acre (6.11 km²) Georgia state park located near Douglas. The park is named after politician, farmer, and military leader General John E. Coffee. The park is host to many rare and endangered species, especially in the cypress swamps through which the Seventeen-Mile River winds. Attractions include a corn crib, tobacco barn, and cane mill. Visitors can stay overnight at the Burnham House, a renovated and elegantly redecorated 19th-century cabin. Show on map
Hutchinson IslandHutchinson Island is a river island in the Savannah River, north of downtown Savannah in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The island is formed where the Back River breaks off to the north from the Savannah River. Historically, Hutchinson Island's land use has been primarily industrial, much of which supported the Port of Savannah, one of the busiest containerization cargo ports in the world. The island is roughly 7 miles long and 1 mile wide at its widest point. Show on map
Fort Pulaski National MonumentFort Pulaski National Monument is located on Cockspur Island between Savannah and Tybee Island, Georgia. It preserves Fort Pulaski, where in 1862 during the American Civil War, the Union Army successfully tested rifled cannon in combat, the success of which rendered brick fortifications obsolete. The fort was also used as a prisoner-of-war camp. The National Monument includes most of Cockspur Island (containing the fort) and all of adjacent McQueens Island. Show on map
Omni Coliseum (historical)Omni Coliseum (often called The Omni) was an indoor arena located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Completed in 1972, the arena seated 16,378 for basketball and 15,278 for hockey. It was part of the Omni Complex, now known as the CNN Center. It was mainly used as the home arena for the Atlanta Hawks (NBA) and the Atlanta Flames (NHL). It also hosted the 1977 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament and the 1996 Summer Olympics indoor volleyball. Show on map
Blackbeard Island National Wildlife RefugeThe Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge is a 5,618 acre (118 km²) National Wildlife Refuge located in McIntosh county in Georgia. The refuge was established to provide a nature and forest preserve for esthetic and conservation purposes. The refuge is one of seven refuges administered by the Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex in Savannah, Georgia. The complex has a combined staff of 31 with a fiscal year 2005 budget of $3,582,000. Show on map
Coosa BaldCoosa Bald, with an elevation of 4,280 feet (1,300 m), is tied with Double Spring Knob as the tenth-highest peak in Georgia. It is located in Union County and is the third-highest mountain in the county, behind Blood Mountain and Slaughter Mountain. Coosa Bald is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest and its peak is crossed by the Duncan Ridge Trail, a trail that connects with the Benton MacKaye Trail and the Appalachian Trail. Show on map
Panola MountainPanola Mountain is a 100-acre (40 ha) granite monadnock near Stockbridge on the boundary between Henry County and Rockdale County, Georgia. The peak is 946 feet (288 m) above sea level, rising 260 feet (79 m) above the South River. The South River marks the boundary between Henry/Rockdale counties and DeKalb County, Georgia. Due to its delicate ecological features, Panola Mountain was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1980. Show on map
Vines Botanical GardensVines Botanical Gardens (25 acres) are botanical gardens located at 3500 Oak Grove Road, Loganville, Georgia. They are open daily; no admission fee is charged. The themed gardens include annuals, perennials, display garden, water garden, garden railroad, and a rose garden, as well as an arboretum, Swan Lake (3.5 acres), Koi pond, fountains and the Manor House. The property also contains a restaurant, and special events rooms. Show on map
Lookout MountainLookout Mountain is a mountain ridge located at the northwest corner of the U.S. state of Georgia, the northeast corner of Alabama, and along the Tennessee state line in Chattanooga. Lookout Mountain was the scene of the \"Last Battle of the Cherokees\" during the Nickajack Expedition, which took place in the 18th century, as well as the November 24, 1863 Battle of Lookout Mountain during the American Civil War. Show on map
Wolfpen RidgeWolfpen Ridge is a ridge in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia that runs south to north along the boundary between Towns and Union counties. Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia, is located at the northern end of the ridge (elevation: 4,786 feet). At the southern end of the ridge, there is an unnamed peak with an elevation of 4,561 feet, which makes it the fifth highest point in Georgia. Show on map
Kennesaw MountainKennesaw Mountain is a high-running ridge between Marietta and Kennesaw, Georgia in the United States with a summit elevation of 1,808 feet (551 m). It is the highest point in the core (urban and suburban) metro Atlanta area, and fifth after further-north exurban counties are considered. The local terrain averages roughly 1,000 feet (300 m) AMSL. The mountain actually has two summits: \n* \"Big Kennesaw\", where the modern-day parking area and scenic overlook are located \n* Little Kennesaw Mountain, where several light hiking trails and nature areas connect the mountains to the rest of the park Show on map
Reynolds Nature PreserveReynolds Nature Preserve is a 146-acre (59 ha) tract of protected forest located in Morrow, Georgia, United States. The nature preserve is owned and operated by Clayton County Parks and Recreation. The park has three miles (5 km) of hiking trails, a civil war era farm, native plants path, heritage garden, wildlife ponds, native azaleas, a wildflower field, and an interpretive center. Show on map
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield ParkKennesaw Battlefield Park preserves a Civil War battleground of the Atlanta Campaign, and also contains Kennesaw Mountain. It is located at 905 Kennesaw Mountain Drive, between Marietta and Kennesaw, Georgia. The name \"Kennesaw\" derives from the Cherokee Indian \"Gah-nee-sah\" meaning \"cemetery\" or burial ground. The area was designated as a U.S. historic district on October 15, 1966. Show on map
Grover IslandGrover Island is an island located near the mouth of Crooked River in Camden County, Georgia. The island has over 400 acres (1.6 km2) of forest and about 1,600 acres (6 km2) of connected salt marsh and small waterways. Grover Island is four miles (6 km) west of Cumberland Island National Seashore. It was the site of the United States' first national forest preserve. Show on map
Rich KnobRich Knob, elevation 4,152 feet, is located in Towns County, Georgia. It is part of the Georgia portion of the Southern Nantahala Wilderness and is within the boundaries of the Tallulah Ranger District of the Chattahoochee National Forest. The mountain lies along the Appalachian Trail, which crosses over its eastern flank in Rabun County as it enters North Carolina. Show on map
Harris Neck National Wildlife RefugeHarris Neck National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1962 . It consists of 2,762 acres (11.18 km2) of saltwater marsh, grassland, mixed deciduous woods, and cropland located on an abandoned military airfield in McIntosh County, Georgia, north of the intersection of Route 131 and Harris Neck Airport Road, about 30 miles (48 km) southwest of Savannah, Georgia. Show on map
Double Spring KnobDouble Spring Knob, with an elevation of 4,280 feet (1,305 m), is tied with Coosa Bald as the tenth-highest peak in Georgia, USA. It is located in two Georgia counties - Rabun and Towns. It is located within the boundaries of the Chattahoochee National Forest. The Appalachian Trail passes below the knob to the east. This mountain is also known as Kelly Knob. Show on map
Yamacraw BluffYamacraw Bluff is a bluff situated on the bank of the Savannah River. The bluff is most notable for being the spot upon which General James Edward Oglethorpe landed to settle the colony of Georgia. The bluff was originally inhabited by the Yamacraw Indians. A stone marker and statue now adorn the bluff in honor of its historic value. Show on map
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military ParkChickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, located in northern Georgia and eastern Tennessee, preserves the sites of two major battles of the American Civil War: the Battle of Chickamauga and the Chattanooga Campaign. A detailed history of the park's development was provided by the National Park Service in 1998. Show on map
Chenocetah MountainChenocetah Mountain, known to locals as \"Tower Mountain,\" is located near the towns of Mount Airy, Georgia and Cornelia, Georgia. The mountain has an elevation of 1,830 feet (560 m). Atop the mountain, the WPA built an observation tower in 1937 from which a panoramic view of the surrounding hills and valleys is seen during Cornelia's annual Big Red Apple Festival. Show on map
Slaughter MountainSlaughter Mountain, with an elevation of 4,338 ft (1,322 m), is the ninth-highest peak in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is located in Union County, Georgia and is the second-highest mountain in Union County. Its nearest neighbor is Blood Mountain, the highest peak in Union County and fifth highest in Georgia. Show on map
Atlanta Botanical GardenThe Atlanta Botanical Garden is a 30 acres (12 ha) botanical garden located adjacent to Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Incorporated in 1976, the garden's mission is to \"develop and maintain plant collections for the purposes of display, education, conservation, research and enjoyment.\" Show on map
Neels GapNeel Gap (also known as Frogtown Gap, Frogtown Pass, Neel Gap, and Walasi-yi) is a divide along the Blue Ridge Mountains at the base of the Frogtown Creek in the counties of Union and Lumpkin in the U.S. state of Georgia. The divide is located approximately 14.5 miles (23.3 km) northeast of Dahlonega. Show on map
Rich MountainRich Mountain, elevation 4,040 feet (1,230 m), is the highest point in the Rich Mountain Wilderness of the Chattahoochee National Forest in Gilmer County, Georgia. It is the second-highest peak in Gilmer County; only Big Bald Mountain is taller, with its summit at 4,081 feet (1,244 m). Show on map
Perkerson ParkPerkerson Park is a 50-acre (200,000 m2) park in the Capitol View/Sylvan Hills neighborhoods of Atlanta, Georgia with everything from a splash pad to an elaborate playground to recreational fields, all under the shady canopy of huge oak trees. Park is open 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily. Show on map
Flat TopFlat Top, with an elevation of 4,142 feet, is the 20th-highest peak in Georgia, United States. It is located in Rabun County, Georgia and is within the boundaries of the Chattahoochee National Forest. There is a view of the rock face of Flat Top from the Bartram Trail. Show on map
Little Tybee IslandLittle Tybee Island is located south of Tybee Island, Georgia, USA. The size is 6,780 total acres including marsh. It is home to a number of endangered species of birds. The yachting events of the 1996 Summer Olympics were held off the island's coast in Wassaw Sound. Show on map
Levelland MountainLevelland Mountain is the highest point in the Raven Cliffs Wilderness in Lumpkin and Union counties, Georgia. The mountain is traversed by the Appalachian Trail and is in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The summit is the tenth-highest peak in the Union County. Show on map
Tugaloo State ParkTugaloo State Park is a 393 acre (1.59 km2) state park located on the shore of Lake Hartwell in Franklin County, Georgia. The park features a swimming beach, boat ramps, and ample fishing opportunities, and is located near S.R. 328 north of Lavonia. Show on map
Zoo AtlantaZoo Atlanta is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) accredited zoological park in Atlanta, Georgia. The zoo is one of four zoos in the U.S. currently housing giant pandas. The current President and CEO of Zoo Atlanta is Raymond B. King. Show on map
Black MountainFor other mountains with the same name, see Black Mountain. Should not be confused with Black Mountain, Union County, Georgia. Black Mountain is located in Georgia USA on the boundary between Dawson and Gilmer counties. The summit is the highest point in Dawson County. It is in the Chattahoochee National Forest and is part of the Blue Ridge Wildlife Management Area. Show on map
Arabia MountainArabia Mountain is a monadnock in DeKalb County, Georgia. The peak is 954 feet (290m) above sea level, rising 170 feet (52m) above Arabia Lake reservoir. It is now part of the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve, a DeKalb County park. Show on map
Scorpion HollowScorpion Hollow is a small, unincorporated community in White County, Georgia. It lies about 2 miles (3.2 km) northwest of Helen, Georgia in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Alternate Georgia State Route 75 runs through the community. Show on map
Glade MountainGlade Mountain, elevation 3,672 feet (1,119 m), is the highest point in the Ellicott Rock Wilderness, which straddles Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. It is also in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Rabun County, Georgia. Show on map
Springer MountainSpringer Mountain is a mountain located in the Chattahoochee National Forest on the border of Fannin and Gilmer counties. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Georgia, the mountain has an elevation of about 3,782 feet (1,153 m). Springer Mountain serves as the southern termini for the Appalachian and Benton MacKaye trails. Show on map
Old Fourth Ward ParkThe Old Fourth Ward, often abbreviated O4W, is a neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The neighborhood is best known as the location of the Martin Luther King, Jr. historic site. Show on map
Lake Lanier Islands ParkLake Lanier Islands is a small group of islands on Lake Lanier, the largest lake in Georgia, located north of Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The islands are a primary recreational destination for the Atlanta area. Show on map
Jot'Em Down StoreJot Em Down Store is an unincorporated community in Pierce County northwest of the county seat of Blackshear, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Waycross Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Big John Dick MountainBig John Dick Mountain is a summit in Fannin County, Georgia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3,278 feet (999 m), Big John Dick Mountain is the 196th tallest mountain in Georgia. The mountain is located 11 miles (18 km) south-southeast of Morganton. The Benton MacKaye Trail passes near the summit of the mountain. Show on map
Big Bald MountainAt 4,075 feet (1,242 m), Big Bald Mountain, is the highest peak in Gilmer County, Georgia. It is also located within the boundaries of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Show on map
Georgia International Horse ParkThe Georgia International Horse Park (referred to by locals as The Horse Park) is located in Conyers, Georgia, United States, 30 miles (50 km) east of Atlanta. Show on map
Chesser IslandChesser Island is an island in the Okefenokee Swamp which is a protected part of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Show on map
Pine MountainPine Mountain is a natural geographical feature located in Cobb County, Georgia, near the town of Kennesaw. Show on map
Elba IslandElba Island is an island located in Chatham County, Georgia, near the Port of Savannah. Show on map
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Okefenokee WildernessOkefenokee Wilderness is an 353,981 acre (1,432.5 km2) U.S. Wilderness Area located in southeastern Georgia in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. It was established and governed under the Wilderness Act of 1974 when 343,850 acres (1,391.5 km2) were designated as wilderness by Public Law 93-429. The wilderness area is located entirely within the state of Georgia, even though small parts of Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge and Okefenokee Swamp both extend southward into the state of Florida. Show on map