With a town motto like "Where Main Streets Meet," you've got to believe that things are happening for people with a Swainsboro apartment. When autos became the preferred method of transportation, the town found itself at the intersection of two major highways, US 1 (takes you from Maine to Key West) and US 80 (which could take you all the way to San Diego). The climate here is great, with the average temperature in January at 41 degrees, and the typical July temperature at 81 degrees. Not too cold and not too hot, with just the right amount of rain, it's perfect! This small town with a population of almost 7,000 has enough going on to make the Swainsboro apartment dweller pleased.
To get outside, you can visit the Swainsboro High Sports Complex and toss a football or run on the track, if you're not jogging at the Frank Harmon Park walking and running course. You may want to know that former University of Florida standout and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end, Ben Troup, was born here in Swainsboro. If you're in the mood for reading or research, check out the Franklin Memorial Library or visit the Emanuel Arts Center to see original art.
Lynn and Bob's Barbeque, Elements Bistro and Grill, and Jaman Caribbean cafÃ© are just a few of the dinner and lunch options in Swainsboro, with plenty of interesting shopping for home goods and service available too. And if you're thinking of pursuing higher education, you can find it here at East Georgia College and the Swainsboro Technical College. With so much to see and do here, it's no wonder Swainsboro apartment-ites like it!