Best Places to Live in Georgia | Woodstock makes Money Magazine Best Place 2020 AGAIN
This year one of the Best Places to Live in Georgia was Woodstock AGAIN at Number 17 in the country.
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Woodstock became a city in 1897 it was a stop on the Marietta & North Georgia Railroad.
Located just 30 miles north of Atlanta, Woodstock’s city limits include more than 12 square miles and over 30,000 residents. Woodstock is a Georgia PlanFirst Community and a recipient of the Georgia Municipal Association’s Live, Work, Play City Award. Known for its vibrant downtown and world-class parks and trails, Woodstock is home to hundreds of thriving small businesses, regional shopping, and tourism destinations.
Woodstock's proximity to 12,000-acre Lake Allatoona assures ample opportunity for boating, swimming, fishing. Woodstock's parks have many amenities to offer including walking and biking trails, decks overlooking Little River, and much more. 23 miles of beginner through advanced mountain bike and hiking trails can be found at Rope Mill Park
The current sustained growth started in the 1980s, which transformed it from a purely agricultural economy to one whose economy is subdivided into different sectors of industry and business, as we know it today. After years of decline, the Great Depression occasioned started, it fully revitalized its economy to what it is today. Overall, Woodstock, GA has used innovation and proper planning to become a vibrant economy.
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