Welcome to Perry

Perry is by far the most historic area in Houston County. Founded as Wattsville in 1823, Perry has undergone tremendous growth in population and businesses. Perry is the county seat of Houston County, and as such, the H.C. Board of Education, the county Courthouse, and many other county offices are located in Perry.

Perry is well-known for many things, but by far the largest flex for Perry is the Georgia National Fair. The GNF is held every year at the fair grounds, which is a HUGE area reserved for large events. If it’s happening in Perry, it’s either happening at the Fair Grounds or in downtown Perry. The fair grounds is also where Perry hosts concerts, fireworks, craft fairs, livestock and agricultural meetings and shows, and so so much more.

The downtown Perry area looks just like it did decades ago, and by design! The area is full of accessible sidewalks, benches, trashcans, and plenty of things to look for (did you know they have fairy doors hidden all over? See if you can find them). The downtown is also the home to the annual Dogwood festival in the spring, the Buzzard Drop every New Year’s Eve, and the new favorite, Food Truck Friday (seasonal)!

Take a Tour!

In this video narrated by Hope Williams regarding the pros and cons of rending, we’ll take a tour through Main St. in Perry, GA!

Perry Geographics

Perry is the southern-most city in Houston County, with approximately 26.2 square miles of area. I-75 passes right through west Perry, bringing with it plenty of business and tourism. Perry is primarily an agricultural area, but does house many manufacturing facilities as well. 

Local Perks:

  1. Georgian National Fair… need I say more?!
  2. Convenient location for commuting, especially on &54
  3. Small-town feel without the small-town drama
  4. Plenty of shopping areas corporate and local.
  5. Downtown Perry always has events and things to do

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