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Why You Should Live in Newton County!


Newton County Georgia is the best of both worlds. It is only 30 minutes away from one of the largest cities in the country while still maintaining its small town charm. Newton County has an array of activities around, making it easy and fun for all of its residents to get involved in the community in some way.

If you like to be outdoors, Newton County has much to offer you. With a 7-mile trail system that meanders through the community, Newton County offers a safe, outdoor option for those who enjoy being outside! A 6400-hundred acre wildlife center, the Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center, is located in Newton County and offers fishing, hunting, shooting and archery ranges and wildlife education, along with many other recreational opportunities.

If you enjoy being on the water during the summer, consider joining the Porter Dale Yak Club. This club holds a series of kayak tours that allows you to kayak down a 53-miles scenic river found that crosses four different counties, including Newton County. All are welcome to join the Porter Dale Yak Club for their kayak tours held once a month.

Do you want to get your children involved in the community? Newton County is one of the most family-friendly counties in Georgia. They offer a state of the art recreation center, The Turner Lake Complex. Along with a gymnasium, The Turner Lake Complex has four state of the art softball fields that are easy to access. The Turner Lake Complex also is home to a golf range, baseball fields, opportunities to play basketball and cheerleading!

Newton County offers a great quality of life to all of its residents. If you are looking for more information, follow ILoveCov’s YouTube channel! Find it here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-gBK8rKyC5CtfnHwJjMsA

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