The Sanford House in Milledgeville
Kaitlin Bryan
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Kaitlin Bryan

Kaitlin is a recent graduate from Georgia College where she studied Mass Communication. She loves exploring new places and sharing her experiences with people. If Kaitlin is not with her friends or family, you will probably find her either enjoying the beautiful weather outside, drinking a Dirty Chai Latte at Blackbird or reading a good book!

Memory Hill Cemetery Haunted Stories

Rumor has it that the spirits of restless souls buried in Memory Hill Cemetery still roam the streets of Milledgeville. From horrific tales to local legends, we bring you this spooky guide on the city’s permanent residents, so you can be prepared in case you were to accidentally stumble across one…

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Missing Deep Roots

We get it. Deep Roots is the highlight of Milledgeville’s fall events and each year we eagerly await its awesome music, tasty food, fun activities and the chance to gather with our people. We’re sad we’ve had to break for 2020 but we know that the festive soul of Deep Roots still runs through our…

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Meet Comfort Farms

Along an unassuming country road, just outside of downtown Milledgeville lies one of Milledgeville’s best kept secrets--Comfort Farms. Comfort Farms aids in the therapy of veterans suffering from PTSD and other visible disabilities while recognizing butchers, farmers, and chefs who work together…

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GRAB A PADDLE!

Want a place to escape to and enjoy the warm Georgia Sun? Grab your paddle and come to Milledgeville for a kayaking adventure on our gorgeous lake and river! A trip to the water might be just what you need for a nice relaxing getaway. Don’t have a paddle? Not a problem! Oconee Outfitters and Mac’s…

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Meet Taste and See: New Vegan Restaurant

It’s an exciting time here in Milledgeville as we welcome our first vegan restaurant, Taste and See! This plant-based eatery serves delectable food for people seeking healthy living. You do not have to be vegan to enjoy this food--everyone is welcome! Two brothers, who have a passion for living a…

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How about a Virtual Visit?

Throughout National Historic Preservation Month, our local partners compiled various short clips to give a virtual visit to all our tourists and history fanatics! A silence still occupies the historic sites due to the effects of the coronavirus and they eagerly await the hustle and bustle of their…

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