130 N. Seymour Dr.
Thomson, GA 30824
Phone: (706) 595-7144
Fax: (706) 595-1219
130 N. Seymour Dr., Thomson, GA, US, 30824
- Phone: (706) 595-7144
- Fax: (706) 595-1219
The county seat of and located in McDuffie County of Georgia, Thomson is a small city, with a total area of about 3.95 square miles (10.23 square kilometers). Named after John Edgar Thomson, who was responsible for the expansion of the Georgia Railroad, the city was once the property of John Langston, a plantation owner. A charming little city, Thomson welcomes visitors who can enjoy the trademark southern hospitality. Besides the splendid architecture of the old buildings and structures, Thomson also has a passel of events to offer. See the website to know more.
This recreational area offers a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy and features a boat ramp, picnic areas, a fishing pier, a beach, hiking trails, and a children's playground.
This church is one of Georgia’s oldest continuing Baptist churches. The Kiokee Baptist Church, located in Appling, was established in 1808. It was during the year 1759 that the Seventh Day Baptists started their first Baptist church in Kiokee, but it lasted only for a short while. The congregation finally became a Baptist church in 1772, and is now on the National Register of Historic Places.