lies just a few miles outside of
and is surrounded by the communities of Grovetown,
, and Hephzibah.
lies along the
about halfway down the Georgia-South Carolina border.
Natural beauty abounds in the area.
is only a short drive from
, also known as
, which is the largest man-made lake east of the
It’s only about two hours from the
, and about three hours from the
The area is well known for its medical community.
The Medical College of Georgia is located in
, and the area is home to ten hospitals.
Many modern medical techniques and innovations, such as telemedicine, were pioneered in this area.
The area’s climate is moderate and comfortable for most of the year.
Winters are generally mild, with lows in the thirties and forties and highs in the fifties and sixties.
Spring and Fall are unpredictable, with wide variations in temperature and conditions.