Laurens County, GA
Located in the "Heart of Georgia," Laurens County and its county seat, Dublin, offer easy access to both I-16 and US-441. Just 1 hour from Macon and approximately 2 hours from both Savannah and Atlanta, Laurens County is the home of the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center.
Laurens County offers a variety of historical, cultural and recreational attractions, including a seasonal farmer's market, annual St. Patrick's Day Festival and access to the Oconee River.
Dodge County, GA
Dodge County and its county seat, Eastman, offer convenient access to US-341, the Golden Isles Parkwy, which leads directly to Brunswick and Georgia's Golden Isles. Just 1 hour from Macon and 30 minutes from Dublin, Dodge County is home to the Heart of Georgia Regional Airport and Middle Georgia State College's Aviation Campus.
Dodge County offers small town living at its finest, with access to outdoor and agricultural experiences, including a Public Fishing Area with a 104 acre lake and new archery range.
For more information on Dodge County, visit http://www.eastman-georgia.com/.
Johnson County, GA
Johnson County, and its county seat, Wrightsvile, are located less than 2 hours from Savannah and just 1 hour from Statesboro. Downtown Wrightsville features tree-lined sidewalks, old-fashioned store fronts and a historic courthouse, reminicent of a former time. Johnson County also offers an abundant fish and wild game population.
Our properties in Johnson County are located just off US-221 in the small town of Kite, approximately 20 minutes from the larger cities of Wrightsville and Swainsboro.
For more information on Johnson County, visit http://johnsonco.org/.
Emanuel County, GA
Emanuel County, and its county seat, Swainsboro, are located just off US-1 with convenient access to I-16, making it just an hour and a half from both Macon and Savannah.
Known for its abundant wildlife population, the Ohoopee, Ogeechee, and Canoochee Rivers all run through Emanuel County. It is the home of the George L. Smith State Park, which features a 412 acre cypress pond and 19th century gristmill, as well as East Georgia State College.
For more information on Emanuel County, visit http://www.emanuelchamber.org/.