Hall County Georgia consists of the following cities:
Clermont (charming home-town community and home of the Clermont Days Festival held each fall)
Flowery Branch (Flowery Branch, whose history dates back to when “Cotton was King” is a wonderful place to call home, a place to work, live and play. Flowery Branch has been recognized in regional magazines with the new theme, "A remarkable past, a very bright future" and is home of the $20 million “Atlanta Falcons” training campus.
Gainesville (The County seat, Gainesville is located on the shores of Lake Lanier and at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Referred to as the City of Excellence it is the economic center of Northeast Georgia and hosts the annual Mule Camp Festival each October.)
Lula (home of Rafe Banks Park which offers a variety of activity for the sports lover. Whether you enjoy playing a sport, taking a walk along a nature trail, or enjoying a picnic outdoors, this park has something for everyone.)
Oakwood (home of famous Gainesville College)
Hall County Georgia, located on the beautiful shores of Lake Sidney Lanier and the Chattahoochee River in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Boasting a warm Southern hospitality, it’s a wonderful community in which to live, work, do business or simply enjoy the pleasures of life. Newcomers to Hall County quickly discover what residents have known for generations: Northeast Georgia generally - and Hall County specifically - offers the best quality of life in the Southeast. Only an hour from Atlanta, Hall County is a focal point for arts, education, government and business in Northeast Georgia.
Lake Sidney Lanier, a 38,000-acre power lake built by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers in the 1950s, is one of the community's crown jewels. The lake now provides recreational activities for over 16 million visitors annually and is the most utilized water recreation area in the United States. In the 1996 Olympic Games, Clark's Bridge Park on Lake Lanier served as the venue for rowing and kayaking competition. That legacy continues today with on-going rowing and kayaking tournaments and athlete training.
Lake Lanier and the rolling foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains provide a beautiful backdrop for Hall County's varied mix of agricultural, industrial, health-care and retail industries. You'll find everything you need in Hall County from world-class sporting events, top-notch public and private schools, unmatched recreational opportunities to a thriving economy and the country's friendliest residents.
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