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33 Jones Mill Road
Woodbury, GA 30293
Woodbury is one of the oldest towns in Meriwether County. It grew up about 10 miles southeast of Greenville in the late 1820’s. The Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge still stands that was built in the 1840s by the famed Georgia bridge builder, Horace King. It is the longest in Georgia and the only one of King’s bridges still in use today.
In 1887, Woodbury hit a growth spurt when the railroad laid its track and made its mark. Shortly thereafter, Woodbury saw tremendous growth with schools, churches, and businesses serving the many new residents. Once known as the pimiento capital of the world, Woodbury now boast of peaches, antiques and various small manufactures.
Today the beautiful little town still gives visitors that small town friendly feeling. All within walking distance you can shop for antiques, pick up prescriptions at the drug store, have lunch at the café and do your banking with our community bank.
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