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Counties in Georgia that I have Visited

There are 159 counties in Georgia
The Peach State

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Georgia County Outline Map

Georgia, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 38 Counties = 23.9% of Counties in Georgia


Tybee Island Light Station

Tybee Island Light Station
Chatham County, Georgia

State Capitol in Atlanta
State Highpoint at Brasstown Bald


Counties in Georgia

Below are the 159 counties in Georgia. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Appling
  2. Atkinson: Georgia's Enigma
  3. Bacon
  4. Baker
  5. Baldwin: Georgia Capitals
  6. Banks
  7. Barrow: Bought the Town; Quad County Towns
  8. Bartow
  9. Ben Hill: Full Names; Reconciliation
  10. Berrien: Georgia's Enigma
  11. Bleckley
  12. Brantley
  13. Brooks
  14. Bryan
  15. Bulloch
  16. Burke: Mobley Swamp
  17. Butts
  18. Calhoun
  19. Camden: Saint Marys River
  20. Candler
  21. Carroll
  22. Catoosa
  23. Charlton
  24. Chatham: Fort Pulaski National Monument; Moon River Brewing Company; Nimby Lane; Savannah; Tybee Island Light Station; Savannah Globe Mural
  25. Chattahoochee
  26. Chattooga
  27. Cherokee
  28. Clarke: Smallest county in Georgia (121 square miles).
  29. Clay
  30. Clayton
  31. Clinch: Ampersand
  32. Cobb: The Impossible 5K
  33. Coffee
  34. Colquitt
  35. Columbia
  36. Cook: State Nickname Streets
  37. Coweta
  38. Crawford: Cut the Corner
  39. Crisp
  40. Dade: Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Dispute; It Enters then Exits
  41. Dawson
  42. De Kalb: Stone Mountain; The Long Drive
  43. Decatur
  44. Dodge
  45. Dooly
  46. Dougherty: Radioactive
  47. Douglas
  48. Early
  49. Echols
  50. Effingham: Jasper and Newton
  51. Elbert
  52. Emanuel
  53. Evans
  54. Fanin: Springer Mountain
  55. Fayette
  56. Floyd: Misplaced Romans
  57. Forsyth
  58. Franklin
  59. Fulton: Largest county population in Georgia (816,006 people in 2000 Census); Zero Mile Post; 5 Seasons Brewing Company; Atlanta Beer Garten; John Harvard's Brew House; Pick a Lane. Any Lane; Where the Stadium Once Stood
  60. Gilmer: Springer Mountain
  61. Glascock: Triple Letter
  62. Glynn
  63. Gordon
  64. Grady
  65. Greene
  66. Gwinnett: Bought the Town; Quad County Towns
  67. Habersham
  68. Hall: Bought the Town; Quad County Towns; Smokey and the Bandit Route
  69. Hancock
  70. Haralson
  71. Harris
  72. Hartford
  73. Heard
  74. Henry
  75. Houston
  76. Irwin: Vanishing South Georgia
  77. Jackson: Literal Roads to Nowhere; Bought the Town; Quad County Towns
  78. Jasper
  79. Jeff Davis: Jeff Davis
  80. Jefferson: Georgia Capitals
  81. Jenkins
  82. Johnson
  83. Jones
  84. Lamar
  85. Lanier
  86. Laurens
  87. Lee
  88. Liberty
  89. Lincoln
  90. Long
  91. Lowndes: Mmm... Doughnut
  92. Lumpkin
  93. Macon: Brought Home from the Mexican War
  94. Macon-Bibb: Bibb-Monroe Border War in Georgia; Bibb-Monroe Revisited; No, It's Not There
  95. Madison
  96. Marion
  97. McDuffie: Dueling Waffle Houses
  98. McIntosh
  99. Meriwether
  100. Miller
  101. Mitchell
  102. Monroe: Bibb-Monroe Border War in Georgia; Bibb-Monroe Revisited
  103. Montgomery
  104. Morgan
  105. Murray
  106. Muscogee: Label Me Elmo
  107. Newton: The Chunk That Got Away
  108. Oconee: County Counter Extraordinaire
  109. Oglethorpe: County Counter Extraordinaire
  110. Paulding
  111. Peach
  112. Pickens
  113. Pierce
  114. Pike
  115. Polk
  116. Pulaski
  117. Putnam
  118. Quitman
  119. Rabun
  120. Randolph
  121. Richmond: Finding the Original Purpose
  122. Rockdale
  123. Schley
  124. Screven: Shaped Like it Sounds
  125. Seminole
  126. Spalding
  127. Stephens
  128. Stewart
  129. Sumter: Victory
  130. Talbot
  131. Taliaferro: Smallest county population in Georgia (2,077 people in 2000 Census).
  132. Tattnall
  133. Taylor
  134. Telfair
  135. Terrell
  136. Thomas: First Name, Surname Symmetry
  137. Tift
  138. Toombs
  139. Towns
  140. Treutlen
  141. Troup
  142. Turner
  143. Twiggs
  144. Union
  145. Upson: What the?
  146. Walker: Goin' Down to Garland
  147. Walton: Flip-Flopping; Life is Hard; The Chunk That Got Away
  148. Ware: Largest county in Georgia (903 square miles).
  149. Warren
  150. Washington
  151. Wayne
  152. Webster
  153. Wheeler
  154. White
  155. Whitfield
  156. Wilcox
  157. Wilkes
  158. Wilkinson
  159. Worth


Quick facts about Georgia

Sources:

(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.