McDonough / Locust Grove

Welcome to McDonough, GA

After its establishment in 1823, the town, which was named after naval officer Commodore Thomas Macdonough, is the epitome of Henry County living. Located approximately 30 minutes south of Atlanta on I-75, McDonough was designed in a square. With the county courthouse and historic jail building on the north side (near the Standard Oil service station built in 1920); the town’s original cotton warehouse on the east (now the Henry County Judicial Center) and a confederate monument in the center of the square. The historic town offers a lively mix of business, arts, entertainment, recreation, dining and yearlong festivals. Shopping at Tanger Outlets, Henry Town Center and other major retailers are minutes away from the center of McDonough. The population of over 25,000 residents occupy a blend of upscale mansions, quite popular among young professionals, as well as planned communities for families that are just starting out.

Welcome to Locust Grove, GA

Locust Grove was conveniently named from a grove of Locust trees all over the city. Take exits 222, 224, or 228 along I-75 to get to Locust Grove located in Henry County – comfortably south of Atlanta. The county is one of the fastest growing in the state of Georgia but Locust Grove and its over 6,000 residents are committed to maintaining its small-town feel and values. Home values have remained reasonable and land and ample square footage are the norm here.

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