Perry, GA is a wonderful, small community, with all the conveniences of a large city. Perry residents are blessed with a quaint
downtown area filled with locally owned antique stores, restaurants and specialty shops.
Buyers looking for real estate in Perry, GA will receive more bang for their buck compared to other communities. Perry also offers home buyers the choice of new construction, historic homes and large land tracts as well.
Perry is home to the award-winning Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter. This first-class facility is designed for meetings, trade shows, livestock events, horse shows, fairs, RV rallies, concerts, sporting events and more. It also hosts the GA National Fair each year attracting close to 1 million visitors annually.
Perry, Georgia is also home to a variety of golf courses and a short drive to some of the best courses in Georgia. Anglers throughout the southeast are starting to learn about Perry, GA. A new Public Fishing Area, called Flat Creek opened up last year and has been a hit with fishing enthusiasts from all backgrounds. Flat Creek PFA features a 108 acre lake stocked with large mouth bass, bluegill bream, channel catfish and sunfish. The area also has boat ramps, parking, restrooms and fish cleaning stations. Eventually, Flat Creek will have docks to fish from and picnic areas. It will also be part of an estimated 800 acre state park.
Perry GA is home to The Guardian Center, where military, police and first responders are trained to handle both natural and man made
disasters. The site features mock cities that can be flooded, set on fire, and collapsed to resemble an earthquake. There is also an actual working subway, that can is used for training as well. The Guardian Center also has become known throughout Hollywood as a perfect
location to film disaster movies and special effect scenes.
For a small town atmosphere with big city amenities, check out Perry Ga for your next home.