Clayton State University
Morrow Tourist Center
Reynolds Nature Preserve
Clayton County, Georgia
- Map Legend
- Homes / Apartments
- Schools ( reg below to unlock )
- Hospitals ( reg below to unlock )
Located 30 minutes south of Atlanta, Clayton County offers easy access to Interstates 75, 85, 285 and 675, along with rail service from Norfolk Southern and CSX and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. It is the only county in the Atlanta area to be classified as a Foreign Trade Zone.
- Southern Regional Medical Center
- FedEx Ground
- Clayton State University
- Gate Gourmet
- Chime Solutions
- Fresh Express
Fill in to view Education, Medical, Utilities & City Info within Clayton County
Clayton County Cities
Nearly 22,000 people live in Forest Park and enjoy the city's emergence as a viable center for commerce. An area attraction includes the State Farmers Market — 146-acre state-owned market that is a distribution hub for the Southeast and eastern seaboard directly impacting $3 billion overall.
Incorporated in 1859, Jonesboro received international attention in 1936 when Margaret Mitchell’s novel “Gone with the Wind” was published because many scenes in the book were set there. It also boasts plenty of history. During the Civil War, the Battle of Jonesboro marked the end of the Atlanta campaign.
Established in the 1950s, Lake City's pride and joy is the Lake City Community Center, which opened in 2012. The nearly 5,000-square-foot center is a multi-use facility designed for weddings, birthday parties, reunions and city meetings.
Known as Lovejoy Station during the Civil War and incorporated in 1861, the city of Lovejoy is now growing rapidly but with a small neighborhood community atmosphere that continues to attract residents and businesses.
Blending its appreciation for history and heritage, Morrow boasts claims of Clayton State University, the Southeast Region Branch of U.S. Archives, as well as the main campus of Georgia Archives, Reynolds Nature Preserve and Spivey Hall, a stunning performance center.