The family-friendly atmosphere of this city permeates all aspects of life, from the welcoming staff at local restaurants to the caring and concerned Mayor and Council. From an annual Fourth of July Barbeque celebrating the community, to the exciting "Lights of the South" holiday light show attracting tourists from all over, visitors to Grovetown will undoubtedly see the beauty and charm of this city. The local Grovetown Museum is filled with artifacts and documents dating back to the founding of the city's namesake, the Old Grove Baptist Church, built in 1808. Once home to trans-state railroad depots wealthy Augusta resident's summer homes, and even a famous Southern Poet, Paul Hamilton Hayne, Grovetown has truly been a city to stand the test of time.
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Grovetown, GA 30813
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