Southern culture near the Gulf Coast is known for its warmth, comfort, generosity, and staying true to years of family values. Georgian cities are about as sweet as the peaches they produce and even leave you feeling fuzzy with their quality education systems, low unemployment rates, family friendly activities, active outdoor culture, and seasonal events that bring tourists in yearly. Choosing just ten cities is a difficult task but after analyzing statistics, cultural expansion, job potential, crime rates, quality of education and proximity of worthwhile entertainment, these are decidedly the 10 best places to live in Georgia.
1) Duluth, Georgia
Duluth is considered to be one of the most budget friendly cities in Georgia, but it is also very walkable, making the need for transportation at a minimum compared to other US cities. This quaint Gwinnett County town has a modest population of just about 28,000 residents, which is a near eight percent increase. The average household income for Duluth sits at around $57,000 while most of the residents are of a younger demographic, with over 35% under the age of 17. Residents and visitors can look forward to a major fall festival held every year, along with easy access to the Southeastern Railway Museum which features a collection of historic trains and Pullman cars. Duluth is also home to the Infinite Energy Arena, which is the stopping ground for the professional minor league hockey team known as the Atlanta Gladiators.