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Walton County, Georgia
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Walton County, located midway between Atlanta and Athens, is named for George Walton, one of the three men from Georgia who signed the United States Declaration of Independence.
The county seat, Monroe, boasts a farmers market in the downtown area where locals and visitors can buy fresh, locally-grown products and goods each Saturday; the Monroe Art Guild, which houses a gallery, members’ gallery, student gallery, black and white darkroom and pottery studio; and Childer’s Park, a 17-acre passive park in the heart of the city, just two blocks from the county’s historic courthouse.
Walton County is also proud to call itself the “Antiques Capitol of Georgia.” With more than 1,200 booths and 300,000 square feet of antiques, the county has the largest concentration of antique stores in the state. In addition, it is home to the largest antique mall in the Southeast — Ian Henderson’s Warehouse Antique Mall in Monroe.
Learn more about Walton County Government and the services it offers residents by visiting waltoncountyga.gov.
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Located in both Gwinnett and Walton counties, Loganville lies centrally between Atlanta and Athens, making it convenient for students commuting to the University of Georgia, Gwinnett Technical College and any of the other major metro Atlanta universities. The unique blend of hometown-feel combined with modern conveniences draws companies and organizations to open their doors and prosper in Loganville.
This county seat boasts an amazing farmers market, beautiful galleries and is home to the largest antique mall in the Southeast — Ian Henderson’s Warehouse Antique Mall — in addition to Walton County being called the “Antiques Capitol of Georgia.”