An Introduction to Evans, Georgia

Located in the heart of Georgia, Evans is a quaint town that has been around for over 150 years. The name “Evans” originated from the first postmaster’s last name, James Evans. Cartersville borders this small town to the north, Rome to the east and northeast, Newnan to the south and southeast, and Hiram to the southwest. With an estimated population of 3200 people living within its city limits, it’s easy to see why this small town embodies southern hospitality with more charm than any other place on earth. Learn more here.

Evans is a great place to live if you enjoy the outdoors and spending time in nature. It’s known as the “Golf Capital of the South” and has some great golf courses open to public play. There are also several parks around Evans that you can visit! If you enjoy running or cycling, there’s good news: one of these trails will take you right through Evans on your way to Augusta National Golf Club (home of The Masters).  Learn more about Woodbridge, Georgia: A Wonderful Place for a Vacation.

The city of Evans was created by local businessmen who wanted to give their children an opportunity for higher education. They wanted them to attend Georgia Military College without having to travel too far from home. The land that would become Evans was purchased from Fred Ponder Jr., who owned much of what is now the downtown section of the town.