Pine Mountain, the largest city in Harris County, is home to the 14,000-acre Callaway Gardens resort complex, which offers a wide variety of recreational attractions, including an enclosed butterfly habitat, horticultural displays, a white sand beach and the world's largest azalea garden. Lakes, golf courses and walking and biking trails provide for additional leisure activities. The area's rich tourism is further bolstered by the nearby F. D. Roosevelt State Park, the largest park in Georgia, full of picnic areas and outdoor sporting activities. Waverly Hall, conveniently located in southeast Harris County just north of Columbus, is known for the Village Green walking trail that runs through the town, tying together the community via the local businesses and restaurants found alongside. At the center of Harris County is the city of Hamilton, which serves as the county seat. The small community hosts the public school district's one high school, where students may participate in dual enrollment at one of several nearby colleges.

Harris County, Georgia, located along the border to Alabama, combines small-town charm and rural character with rapid growth that is producing some of the newest homes in the state. Affordable housing can be found in small towns, in subdivisions or even on farms. Beautifully preserved parkland and wildlife areas make for scenic living, while fishing, hiking, boating, camping and swimming are all available as healthy recreations. The mild climate promotes outdoor activities for the entire family.

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