Hall County Georgia
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Welcome to Hall CountyHall County a county unlike any other in Georgia, is often referred to as "The Jewel of Northeast Georgia." And after taking a look at the unique geographic, economic, and natural characteristics of Hall County, it's easy to see how it received this name.
Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Sidney Lanier and the Chattahoochee River, Hall County lies at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. And while only an hour from downtown Atlanta, Hall County maintains its own identity as a regional center for shopping, medical services, financial services, and educational opportunities. Hall County's six incorporated municipalities include Gainesville, Oakwood, Flowery Branch, Clermont, Gillsville, and Lula.
Hall County residents enjoy a high quality of life made possible by a support system of financial strength, efficient public services, and abundant natural resources. Within Hall County there are two public school systems, five private schools, one college, one university, and one vocational-technical school.
The County is home to Lake Sidney Lanier, a 38,000-acre lake built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The 607-mile shoreline provides recreational activities for over 16 million visitors annually. Lake Lanier served as the site for the 1996 Olympic Rowing, Canoe, and Kayaking. So take a little time and explore the following section why Hall County has it all: From Islands to Highlands.
Source: Hall County Government