"Georgia is rich in history" and A-Z Animals takes a deeper look at five of the oldest cities in Georgia, including Milledgeville. "You won’t find any ghost towns on this list, just friendly places ready to welcome you on your next vacation."
"Milledgeville was incorporated in 1803 and named after Georgia governor John Milledge. The purpose of the city was to serve as a new centrally-located stated capital, which it did from 1804-1868. "
"If you visit these days, have a look at the Bartram Educational Forest or the Lockerly Arboretum, take a historic walking tour, or explore nature trails in the forest and along the river. Lake Sinclair is just a 15-minute drive away with ample camping facilities, including RV hookups."