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  • Mount Juliet, TN

    Mount Juliet, TN

    Mount Juliet, TN is a short commute to Nashville, the world-renowned “Music City” and has seen exponential development and growth over the past decade, with almost 40,000 residents now calling…

  • Hartwell, GA

    Hartwell, GA

    Only 2 hours from Atlanta, 45 minutes to Greeneville, SC and situated on the shores of Lake Hartwell, you can enjoy browsing through the antique stores and unique shops, offering…

  • Athens, GA

    Athens, GA

    Athens, home of the University of Georgia, is located along the north Oconee River in Clarke County, in the rolling Piedmont of northeast Georgia. Athens and Clarke County combined to form a unified government…

  • Watkinsville, GA

    Watkinsville, GA

    Welcome to Watkinsville, Georgia and its beautiful neighboring communities in Oconee County. Each year, we welcome thousands of visitors from across the Southeast and the world who travel to our community to…

  • Madison, GA

    Madison, GA

    In 2001, Madison, GA was voted the “#1 Small Town in America” by Travel Holiday Magazine and most recently by Budget Travel Magazine as one of the “Top 16 Most…

  • Greensboro, GA

    Greensboro, GA

    Dubbed Lake Oconee’s Hometown, Greensboro, GA was founded in 1786 and named for Georgia’s Revolutionary War hero, Nathanael Greene. Greensboro welcomes vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment all in a quaint…

  • Eatonton, GA

    Eatonton, GA

    Take a trip to Eatonton, GA, the heart of the Antebellum Trail where heritage is deeply rooted in all aspects of the community. The people of Eatonton understand the value…

  • Milledgeville, GA

    Milledgeville, GA

    Located on the shores of Lake Sinclair and tucked between Atlanta and Savannah, Milledgeville, GA is a collection of bountiful history, breathtaking natural scenery, and small-town charm that will have…

  • Lake Hartwell

    Lake Hartwell

    Hartwell Lake is a man-made lake bordering Georgia and South Carolina on the Savannah, Tugaloo, and Seneca Rivers and one of the southeast’s largest and most popular public recreation lakes.…

  • Lake Lanier

    Lake Lanier

    Lake Lanier is a reservoir in the northern portion of Georgia. It was created by the completion of Buford Dam on the Chattahoochee River in 1956, and is also fed by the waters of the Chestatee River. The…

  • Lake Oconee

    Lake Oconee

    Places like Lake Oconee are rare. Its beauty and authenticity are self-evident, yet still unknown to the masses. While it may seem rustic and remote to some, those are the…

  • Lake Sinclair

    Lake Sinclair

    Lake Sinclair encompasses 15,300 acres of winding coves and several vast stretches of open water. Created by Georgia Power in 1953, Lake Sinclair is two hours southeast of Atlanta making it easy access for…

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