This small community lies in the foothills of the Northeast Georgia Mountains along the southern Appalachians. Shoppers can spend time in the antique shops, the Downtown Market, play a round of golf at Highland Walk Golf Course or visit Victoria Bryant State Park, which offers camping in a woodland setting alongside a peaceful creek.
Local sites include Fancy Feather Farms and the Ty Cobb Museum, highlighting the career and life of the first inductee to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The Royston Wellness and Community Park offers trails, picnic areas, a playground and a nine-hole disc golf course. The Franklin Springs Heritage Hall is located in the Franklin Springs City Hall, which is adjacent to the town of Royston. It has large displays of photos and information of historical sites in the city of Franklin Springs. Step back in time and spend the day or a weekend in beautiful Royston.
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14 Hartwell Street
Royston, GA 30662
From Atlanta, take I-85 North, take Exit 160 and take a right off the exit. Royston is 12 miles from I-85. From Greenville, SC, go Take a right and go through downtown Lavonia on Highway 17. Royston is about 12 miles from Lavonia on 17.Visit Website
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