City

Clermont Northeast Georgia Mountains

The city of Clermont has a long history with strong roots in education, religion, agriculture, entrepreneurship, and good, wholesome families. These roots have made Clermont the great small town it is today. Come visit Clermont to learn more about this quaint town, and enjoy the festivals that are offered every year.
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Discover the small city of Clermont which has a total area of one square mile. This quant town is known for its annual festivals, Clermont Historical Society Library, and Montara Farm Horseback Riding. The annual Clermont Days Festival, held in September, is a great place to celebrate Clermont's past and present as townspeople and visitors gather to meet new friends and renew old acquaintances. This annual festival includes a variety of activities, including the North Hall Lions Club 5K/1K run, a parade down Main Street, live musical entertainment, arts and crafts, horseshoe throwing contest, live historical demonstrations and displays, car show and a fireworks show.

Visitor Information Center

109 King St.
Clermont, GA 30527

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Phone: 770-983-7568

Clermont Trip Ideas & Inspiration

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