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Mon, December 11, 2017  |  11:28 PM

Ohio Residents Relocate to Georgia

Why relocate to Georgia for retirement? Georgia has a lot to offer its retirees and other residents. Just read the articles below to see which town or city might suit your fancy and offer the things you are looking for in a retirement destination.

The welcome sign at the border says it all: We're glad Georgia's on your mind. More than just a state to zip through on one of many interstate highways, Georgia is a place to savor slowly. From the pristine coastal region, with its sun-drenched beaches and live oaks, to the mountains, where icy streams carve up the rocky terrain, Georgia has something to offer almost everyone.

Augusta, Georgia photo
Augusta, Georgia
Augusta is best known for hosting the Masters. Each April, as the world watches, the best golfers from around the globe challenge the venerable course at Augusta National Golf Club, vying for the distinct honor of wearing the coveted green...
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Brunswick, Georgia photo
Brunswick, Georgia
Brunswick and the Golden Isles of Georgia are truly a paradise found. Unlike the Carolinas and Florida, the Georgia coast has remained largely undiscovered. Those who have visited return often. The first attraction might be the local islands...
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Jekyll Island, Georgia photo
Jekyll Island, Georgia
Jekyll Island, one of the Golden Isles near Brunswick, Georgia, qualifies to be called unique. Unlike many island communities, where condos and homes are packed as tightly as possible, Jekyll has retained its natural beauty. By law, only 35...
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Peachtree City, GA photo
Peachtree City, Georgia
The master-planned town of Peachtree City was designed in the 1950s as a quiet alternative to the growing metropolis of Atlanta, 25 miles to the north. Now it is known for natural wooded areas, restaurants, parks and recreation facilities...
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Savannah, GA photo
Savannah, Georgia
Savannah has survived devastating fires, powerful hurricanes, rampant epidemics, several wars and destructive insects to become one of America's most beautiful cities. Georgia's first city, Savannah was established in 1733, west of where the river of the...
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St Marys, Georgia photo
St Marys, Georgia
The waterfront city of St. Marys, Georgia, nestled on the southern tip of coastal Georgia, offers its residents and visitors stunning vistas, sightseeing adventures and a wealth of outdoor opportunities. The St. Marys River forms part of the boundary between...
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St. Simons Island, GA photo
St. Simons Island, Georgia
The waterfront city of St. Marys, Georgia, nestled on the southern tip of coastal Georgia, offers its residents and visitors stunning vistas, sightseeing adventures and a wealth of outdoor opportunities. The St. Marys River forms part of the...
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Tybee Island, Georgia photo
Tybee Island, Georgia
Tybee Island is a laid-back beach town, an unhurried place that drifts along at an unhurried pace. Residents of nearby Savannah, just 18 miles away, have long taken advantage of the sun, surf and sand along its three-mile-long beach, and Tybee...
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