The cities and towns of Harris County, Georgia offer a pleasant respite from fast-paced metro areas. Each community has unique characteristics that create an excellent quality of life for individuals and families.
The city of Hamilton serves as the Harris County seat. Located near the center of the county, Hamilton has a population of approximately 500 people. The Harris County School System is headquartered here. Most county government operations are based here as well.
City of Hamilton: 210 Walton Street, Hamilton, GA 31811, 706-628-5321
Pine Mountain, Georgia
Harris County’s largest city has a population of about 1,200. As the home of Callaway Gardens and much of F.D. Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain attracts thousands of visitors and accounts for the majority of the county’s successful tourism industry.
Town of Pine Mountain: 250 North McDougal Avenue, Pine Mountain, GA 31822, 706-663-2213
With a population of just over 400, Shiloh is Harris County’s smallest city. Residents enjoy the benefits of quiet, small town living with convenient access to metropolitan areas within the region.
Town of Shiloh: 1175 North Main Street, Shiloh, GA 31826, 706-846-5136
Waverly Hall, Georgia
Located in southeast Harris County, Waverly Hall was originally a “railroad stop” between Columbus and Warm Springs, Today, over 700 residents enjoy a close community atmosphere and the charming Village Green, a restoration project highlighted by shops, government offices and a walking trail.
Town of Waverly Hall: 9108 GA Highway 85, Waverly Hall, GA 31831, 706-582-2381
West Point, Georgia
The city of West Point is located in both Harris and Troup counties, near the Georgia-Alabama border and along the banks of the Chattahoochee River. The 380-acre Northwest Harris Business Park is located outside of West Point.
City of West Point: 730 1st Avenue, West Point, GA 31833, 706-645-2226
Unincorporated communities in Harris County include:
Antioch, Cataula, Ellerslie, Fortson, Hopewell, Pine Mountain Valley, and Whitesville