You Could Spend Forever Exploring This Georgia Small Town, But We'll Settle For A Weekend
By Lisa Sammons|Published May 30, 2023
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By their very nature, small towns in Georgia are easy to miss. The lack of population may mean they don’t get as many headlines as our more urban centers, but don’t mistake that for lack of attractions! There are so many great Peach State small towns that have classic Southern charm, fascinating histories, and beautiful natural surroundings. One of our favorites is Hiawassee. It’s the county seat of Towns County in the northeast corner of the state, and has a population of just over 1,000 people. There’s a surprising amount to do in this gorgeous and quaint small town.
Have you ever visited Hiawassee? You can learn more about this charming small town from the Towns County Tourism Facebook page.
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