This Haunting Road Trip Through Georgia Ghost Towns Is One You Won’t Forget

The last time we wrote about deserted towns in Georgia, it created quite a stir. So we thought about how awesome it would be to make an actual, tangible road trip out of the ghost towns in Georgia and challenge people to complete it. Because really, what else makes a weekend with no plans truly spectacular than a road trip through some of the creepiest, abandoned places in our great state?

The entire trip, (which includes 9 destinations along the way,) will take approximately 12 hours and 53 minutes of drive time. However, we encourage you to make a weekend adventure out of it and enjoy each stop accordingly. For the map and directions in entirety, click here. Otherwise, sit back, relax, and enjoy this eerie road trip through some of our favorite ghost towns in Georgia.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

We challenge you to take this haunted road trip with friends! Let us know just how creepily fascinating it turns out. Otherwise, if you have a thing about interesting spots in our state, you may just get a kick out of these small cities in Georgia.

Address: Troupville, GA 31602, USA
Address: Mountain View, GA 30354, USA
Address: Livingston, GA 30161, USA
Address: Auraria, GA 30533, USA
Address: White Sulphur Springs, GA 30507, USA
Address: Apalachee, GA 30650, USA
Address: Godfrey, GA 30650, USA
Address: Watkinsville, GA 30677, USA
Address: Ebenezer, GA 31326, USA
The OIYS Visitor Center

Ghost Towns In Georgia

June 07, 2020

What are the scariest haunted attractions in Georgia?

While this road trip will take you to some pretty cool small towns, they certainly are not the scariest haunted places in Georgia. Between the abandoned places in Georgia, the spots with certified paranormal activity, and those towns with tons of haunted history, you’ll have quite a few areas throughout Georgia to check out. We have another road trip to highlight these scary haunted attractions, which might just be the perfect weekend away. Check out the Ultimate Road Trip Through Georgia’s Most Haunted Attractions.

What is the most haunted place in Georgia?

It might be hard to pinpoint the most haunted place in Georgia, as there are quite a few spots to check out, as per the road trips mentioned above. But if you want to hear Georgia ghost stories in one truly fascinating town, we recommend visiting Savannah. Some might consider Savannah to be the most haunted city in the state, especially with the haunted ghost tours, creepy history, and clever stories being shared.

Can I go ghost hunting in Georgia?

Abandoned places in Georgia are the perfect opportunity to ghost hunt. But if you don’t know where to start when it comes to hunting ghosts, don’t worry, we have you covered. Professional ghost tours take place all throughout the city, especially during the Halloween months. One tour in particular in Roswell will guide you through the 20-year spooky history of the town. Click here to learn more about the Roswell Ghost Tour in Georgia. Or if you want another way to find some spooky souls in Savannah, there is a haunted trolley tour that is perfect for those who are brave enough.

Address: Troupville, GA 31602, USA
Address: Mountain View, GA 30354, USA
Address: Livingston, GA 30161, USA
Address: Auraria, GA 30533, USA
Address: White Sulphur Springs, GA 30507, USA
Address: Apalachee, GA 30650, USA
Address: Godfrey, GA 30650, USA
Address: Watkinsville, GA 30677, USA
Address: Ebenezer, GA 31326, USA