Clinton Historic Heartland

This pre-Civil War hamlet is the 'town that time forgot.' Twelve homes still stand and are lived in today. A self-guided brochure is available. Read the history on markers and enjoy the park or drive through this quaint town where a Civil War battle is re-enacted every May.
  • Old Clinton War Days

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  • Griswoldville Battlefield Signs

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  • Old Clinton cemetery

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  • Old Clinton War Days

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Tours available by reservation. Georgia's early 19th century county seat. Only Clinton has survived sufficiently free of modern development to give an idea of the layout and appearance of this early New England town. Twelve houses built between 1808-1830 and the Methodist Church, 1821, still stand. Self-guided driving and walking tours.

Visitor Information Center

US Hwy. 129
Old Clinton, GA 31032

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Phone: 478-607-0365

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