Georgia Attractions August 21, 2015
Here Are 10 MORE Super Tiny Towns Most People Don’t Know Exist In Georgia (Part II)
There’s just something about small, charming towns in Georgia.
I’m bringing you 10 MORE super tiny towns in Georgia! All of these towns have populations of less than 100 people and are so tiny that most people don’t even know they exist.
1. Roopville, GA
With a population of 223 and located in Carroll County, this small town is the hometown of sportscaster, Keith Jackson.
2. Lexington, GA
Lexington is next on our list with 222 people. Founded in 1800, Lexington is named after Lexington, MA.
3. Norwood, GA
Norwood is a pretty little town with 227 residents. It's physical size is tiny too, with it being only 0.8 sq. miles total.
4. Oliver, GA
Oliver is not far behind Norwood in population with only 232 residents. Pictured here: Willow Bend Plantation - Lufborrow Homestead.
5. Damascus, GA
Damascus holds just 242 residents. It's located in south Georgia in Early County.
6. Shady Dale, GA
Shady Dale is a small town of 236 people. Pictured here: Former Shady Dale bank building and current city hall.
7. Andersonville, GA
Andersonville holds just 242 residents. It's also a national historical site of a Confederate POW camp. Pictured Here: Old Train Depot.
8. Kingston, GA
Only 646 people reside in this city. It is a city located in Bartow County and named after a senator from Georgia--John Pendleton King.
9. Pine Lake, GA
Pine Lake is second to last on our list with just 750 residents. Pictured Here: Pine Lake and Pine Lake Clubhouse.
10. Jeffersonville, GA
Last on our list is Jeffersonville with a population 984 people. It is the county seat of Twiggs County and is said to be named after President Thomas Jefferson.
Be honest–did you already know about these small Georgia towns? Better yet, do you know someone who is from one of these towns? Let us know in the comments below!