#1 Best Places to Live in Columbus, GA Area
- Town in Georgia
- 5 reviews
Current Resident: Cusseta is a little town that is very quiet. I love that everyone is friendly and tries to help everyone else out. I wish that the town would develop a little more to entice more people to move here. It is close to a military base which makes it even more patriotic than most towns.
- 11,096 Population
#2 Best Places to Live in Columbus, GA Area
- City in Georgia
- 499 reviews
Works Here: Columbus is a great town, steeped in history and dropped center mass between some additional great locations like Auburn, Atlanta, Destin (FL) and a myriad of other outstanding places in the state of Georgia.
Situated on the Chattahoochee (which offers its own assortment of tourist and local entertainment options), Columbus has a spectacular combination of small town feel with modern amenities like fine dining, microbreweries all along its main thoroughfare of Broadway avenue, and speak-easy style bars, there is plenty of night life for adults to enjoy. The town also offers great family friendly events and ways of getting the kiddos active and involved in the community with the Saturday farmers markets, splash pads, and the military events on a regular basis.
- 198,647 Population
#3 Best Places to Live in Columbus, GA Area
- Town in Alabama
- 9 reviews
Current Resident: Smiths Station is a small town. It's rather quite boring, but it's home. There are rarely any job opportunities. The public schools in Smiths Station are excellent! It's a peaceful place to live. Great place to raise a family!
- 5,311 Population
- Town in Alabama
- 117 reviews
Current Resident: Phenix City, Alabama is truly amazing! Yes, it's not a big huge city like New York City, but let's say you're retired and you want to get away from the big city and want to stay in a quiet peaceful town. Phenix City is a great city to stay in! Or let's say you're not retired and you just want to go on a getaway with your family. You want to get away from the big city and your job and you just want to relax. Trust me, we've all been there. There are so many amazing lakes to relax and enjoy some coffee out on your porch and enjoy the marvelous sunsets and sunrise. But wouldn't you want to have a little fun? I would think so! You can swish the waves while riding an epic jet ski, go fishing, go fishing, and even go tubing! Afterwards, you can gather around and enjoy a cozy campfire and make some delicious s'mores! Alabama may not be the most biggest city, but it sure is nice, warming, hometown to stay in.
- 36,870 Population
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