Carroll County, Georgia


Carroll County is located 45 miles west of Atlanta and 90 miles east of Birmingham, AL. Carroll i the heart of West Georgia and forms the west boundary of metropolitan Atlanta. It is easily accessed by Interstate 20, US Highways 27, 78 and eight state highways. The country offers visitors and residents 495 square miles of beauty, recreation and History.

Carroll County is home to just over 100,000 people who live, work and play in seven picturesque towns, ranging from the smallest, Roopville with around 300 residents to Carrollton with a population of approximately 25,000.  Downtown Carrollton is the place to dine and shop with brick sidewalks, ornamental street lighting and sidewalk cafes, and it’s the center point of historical home and businesses that make Carroll County the beauty that it is.

Carroll County is home to 5 high schools, 5 middle schools and 11 elementary schools. Carroll County also offers a technical ed. center, alternative school & night high school.  The City of Carrollton School System includes an elementary, middle, junior high

and high school. Our great town is also home to West Central  College and The State University of West Georgia.

Play In Carroll County. Recreation is in abundance too. You can laze the day away at our local beach, John Tanner State Park. For a little more adventure you can ride horses, camp or hike next to the Chattahoochee River in McIntosh Reserve. Take a hometown, weekend get-a-way in Historic Banning Mills resort and spa. The entire family can play hard at either the City or the County’s many recreation departments.

Living In Carroll County. From luxury town-homes and historic lofts and homes, lake front property to farmland, Carroll County, Georgia offers a wide variety of property and makes a great place to call home.