Georgia August 07, 2017
11 Welcoming Small Towns In Georgia Where You’ll Feel Like Family
Georgia is blessed to have a surplus of gorgeous, welcoming small towns in the state that tend to often go unnoticed. There is nothing like traveling through a friendly town and seeing warm, happy faces at every turn. Whether you’re planning a trip across the state and want to find the best towns to stop in or if you need a reason to fall in love with Georgia all over again, take a look at these wonderful small towns.
1. St. Mary's, Georgia
St. Mary's, Georgia is filled with old southern hospitality, friendly people, and a whole lot of beautiful sunsets. As one of the oldest cities in the country, St. Mary's is the type of place where you'll visit once and end up wanting to revisit again and again.
2. Canton, Georgia
One walk around Canton, Georgia town square and you'll understand why this is one of the most welcoming places in the state. Canton residents take care of their town and you can see this with every charming storefront and southern smile.
3. Dublin, Georgia
Dublin, Georgia has a ton of history and community spirit within its town limits. You can only imagine how much fun Dublin, Georgia gets once springtime and St. Patrick's Day roll around.
4. Washington, Georgia
If there is one word to sum up Washington, Georgia it would be charm. This town is bustling with charm at every corner, from the small shops that line the main streets to the beautiful architecture throughout. Washington residents welcome visitors with open arms all year round.
5. Madison, Georgia
Madison, Georgia is the type of place where people from the city want to retire and start a family. Flowers in bloom in springtime and always a friendly face to lend a helping hand, Madison should be on your radar as one of the friendliest places to visit.
6. Senoia, Georgia
People have been flocking to Senoia, Georgia for quite some time, especially after The Walking Dead was filmed there. But what most people don't say is just how darn friendly and welcoming the residents are, especially to those just passing through.
7. Dahlonega, Georgia
Dahlonega is one of the premiere places to be welcomed in Georgia. This small town is known for bringing in tourists to learn the history of gold mining in the state, but you'll be hard pressed to find a more welcoming community than right in the town square.
8. Toccoa, Georgia
Beyond just the beauty that Toccoa holds, there are also some of the happiest, warmest community members in the state. Maybe it is because they live in such a beautiful mountain town, but the residents of Toccoa always seem to have a smile on their face.
9. Blue Ridge, Georgia
Beauty at every turn, Blue Ridge is a mountain town in Northern Georgia that is a great place for tourists to feel right at home. Blue Ridge residents are always willing to point you in the right direction and lend a hand if need be, which is the epitome of Southern hospitality.
10. Cumming, Georgia
Cumming Georgia is a small, family friendly town that is brimming with fun things to do. The Fall Fair is a great place to congregate and spend time getting to know the rest of the Cumming community.
11. Pine Mountain, Georgia
With Callaway Gardens at the epicenter of the town, Pine Mountain is a great community to feel right at home. A busy town for residents who see an influx of tourists throughout the year, yet they still welcome them warmly with each out-of-state plate.
Did we miss a perfectly friendly small town in Georgia that you love? Feel free to share in the comments! Or if you’re ready for more small town Georgia love, then take a look at
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