Kingston in Bartow County, Georgia

Bartow

Kingston is a city steeped in Antebellum history and keeps it alive through a variety of artifacts and photographs in two museums.

Kingston, GA Drive Times

Entertainment
Atlanta Braves - Truist Park
50 mins - (46.7 mi)
Mercedes Benz Stadium
1 hr 2 mins - (58.3 mi)
Infinite Energy Center
1 hr 17 mins - (73.3 mi)
Work Life
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Int. Airport
1 hr 9 mins - (68.4 mi)
Quick Interstate Access
I-75
Average Commute Time
25 minutes
Shopping & Dining
Buckhead Shops/Dining
1 hr 0 mins - (53.4 mi)
Lenox Square
1 hr 2 mins - (58.4 mi)
Ponce City Market
1 hr 3 mins - (57.9 mi)
Compare to different county/city
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

Local Hot Spots in Kingston, GA

Yelp trademark

Kingston, Georgia Demographics

Familes & Kids

Families 63%
With Kids 25%

Median Age

46

Total Population

490

Male 208
Female 282

Travel to Work

Drive Alone
88%
Carpool
10%
Public Transit
0%
Walk
0%
Other
0%
Work at Home
3%

Kingston, Georgia Properties for Sale

Kingston Area Schools

Private Schools       Elementary Schools       Middle Schools       High Schools
  • 3 / 5
    Average

    Adairsville High School

    519 OLD HIGHWAY 41; Adairsville, GA 30103
    Public 9th-12th  |  994 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank:

Nearby City & Neighborhoods

Adairsville

Recognized as one of the safest cities in Georgia, Adairsville was the first town in Georgia to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places in its entirety.

Euharlee

Euharlee is a small town located just west of Cartersville and home to the Euharlee Covered Bridge, the oldest covered bridge in Georgia.

Taylorsville

Taylorsville is home to Plant Bowen, a coal-fired power station that has the second largest generating capacity of any coal-fired power plant in North America.

Atlanta Georgia Metro Counties