Sandersville is located in east central Georgia, halfway between Macon and Augusta, and halfway between Atlanta and Savannah. Splendid examples of Victorian, Greek revival and Antebellum-influenced architecture are tangible reminders of our gracious lifestyle. Created in 1784 by the state legislature, Washington County was the ninth county formed in Georgia and the first in the country to be named for Revolutionary War General, and later President, George Washington. We proudly celebrate each fall our claim as the “Kaolin Capital of the World”.
Visitor Information Center
131 West Haynes Street
Sandersville, GA 31082
Official Visitor Information
Free Georgia Travel Guide
The state’s official Travel Guide is your complete resource to planning a vacation in Georgia. Find trip ideas, attractions, events, activities, accommodations, maps, travel resources and much more.
Phone: 1-800-VISIT GA (847-4842)
Sandersville Travel Guides
Sandersville Old City Cemetery Brochure
Download this brochure for a brief history and major sites in this historic cemetery.
The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.