Move To These 10 Towns In Georgia If You Want To Get Away From It All
Not everyone wants to live in a city. Some of us just want the quiet and serenity found in outlying areas where there’s more untouched land and open space. There is so much peace in simplicity and that’s exactly what you’ll find out here in Georgia’s rural lands. The state has its fair share of big cities and tourist attractions, but there’s something quite special about our small towns. If you’re looking for a place featuring peace and beauty, here is a list of 10 of the best quiet towns in Georgia!
Do you live in any of these rural counties or remote places that are some of the best quiet towns in Georgia? Can you attest to their relaxing atmosphere and beauty? What are your favorite small towns in Georgia? Tell us in the comments below!
Johns Creek is consistently rated as one of the safest places to live in the Peach State. Located just 25 miles from Atlanta, it’s Georgia’s 10th largest city. With its suburban feel, high-quality schools, numerous parks, and preserves, Johns Creek is also considered one of the best places to live.
What is the most unique town in Georgia?
In the Appalachian Mountains lies the small Bavarian-style town of Helen. A visit here will make you feel as though you are in the Alps and you will find plenty of Bavarian and European goods in the shops. Festivals like Oktoberfest and a hot-air balloon race are held annually and are a big draw for visitors from all over the state. Helen quite the unique town here in Georgia!
What are the best things about living in Georgia?
Its natural beauty is only one of the many best parts of living in the Peach State. Here you will also find southern hospitality, some of the best schools in the country, passionate fans for the many professional sports teams, fantastic weather most of the year, affordable housing, and a great place to raise a family.
Amanda Northern is a freelance writer, and creator/virtual assistant of The Proassists. Amanda is a Georgia native, GSU Panther, and blogger. More of her words can be found at amandanorthern.wordpress.com