A historic town if there ever was one, Macon, GA, was one of the original jewels of Georgia. It is now a lively and colorful town gently sprawling outward from the heart of Georgia. Macon is a true testament to the south.
Unlike its neighbors to the South, Macon, GA, is located along the Fall line giving the city a varied landscape of rivers and plethora of rolling hills. Macon also lies near the geographical center of Georgia contributing to the city's alias as the Heart of Georgia.
Macon, Georgia, is cut by the Ocmulgee river that once lead to the city’s industrial boom. The city encompasses more than 53 square miles and is conveniently located only 83 miles from the bustle of Atlanta.