Do you know why so many people love small towns? It’s because they offer nothing but peace and quiet. Oh, and of course, charm like you wouldn’t believe. In fact, there are quite a few small towns in Georgia that offer nothing but serene scenes and calm communities. If ever you’ve thought about moving to a smaller town in order to get away from it all, then this might just convince you.
1. Washington, Georgia
Washington is a small city in Wilkes County, Georgia where the population was last recorded in 2000 at 4,295 residents. It's a historical city where visitors go to relax and unwind and enjoy the quiet, slow-paced small town life.
2. Woodstock, Georgia
It's a bit bigger than most, but Woodstock, Georgia surely is a peaceful town. With Farmer's Markets and festivals, you'll have to see for yourself why Woodstock has been named one of the top 50 Places to live in the U.S. by Money Magazine.
3. Grovetown, Georgia
Grovetown is a city in Columbia County, and is part of the metropolitan area of Augusta. Not many people know about this small town spot, which is what allows it to be peaceful and calm, not to mention filled with community spirit and a family-friendly vibe.
4. Clermont, Georgia
In 2000, Clermont, Georgia had less than 500 people. This small town boasts big community ties and wholesome families. It's a great place to hunker down with you family and live the simple life.
5. Roopville, Georgia
Raise your hand if you've ever heard of Roopville, Georgia? Not many of us. This small town had only 218 people in 2010, which makes it verrrry quiet for most. But again, the town has a total area of 0.77 square miles, so there isn't really much space to set up shop.
6. Hogansville, Georgia
Hogansville is a city in Troup County, Georgia with a population of around 3000 people. It actually has been called one of the prettiest small towns in Georgia, so in case you've never visited, you'll have to take a trip and see for yourself.
7. Blairsville, Georgia
Blairsville, Georgia is so extremely beautiful and quiet, most likely due to the fact that it's nestled snugly in the mountains. It's the type of town that is absolutely perfect for mountain getaways to enjoy some solitude and serenity.
8. Blue Ridge, Georgia
Blue Ridge, Georgia is home to a beautiful part of the Appalachian Mountain range. Nature and beauty completely encompass this entire town. It is a peaceful spot for folks all over Georgia to come and get away for a weekend. (And then maybe stay forever.)
9. Eatonton, Georgia
Eatonton, Georgia is a quaint historical spot with tons of shopping, dining and historical architecture. With a population of less than 7,000, Eatonton is a great town to get in some peaceful activities.
I feel like this list was just getting started. Are there a few towns that we missed? Let us know!