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CLARKSTON
Georgia, U.S.A.
THE MOST DIVERSE SMALL TOWN IN AMERICA
Welcome to Clarkston, Georgia.
Clarkston is situated around 11 miles from downtown Atlanta in DeKalb County, and home to around 7,500 people. What was once a railroad depot called New Siding became incorporated as the City of Clarkston in 1882. The city was named after the director of the Georgia Railroad, Colonel W.W. Clark. As rail-travel allowed citizens to commute back and forth to Atlanta, Clarkston emerged as one of the first commuting suburbs of the South.Today, the city of Clarkston is a small and tight-knit community that is known for its ethnic diversity and friendly atmosphere. Ever since the 1990s, Clarkston has opened its arms to displaced refugees, and the town is now home to over 50 different cultures. Life in Clarkston can be very rewarding, with plenty of recreation and amenities to offer. As far as green space is concerned, residents can enjoy the Friendship Forest, a wildlife sanctuary, as well as the Milam Park, a 7.6- acre park with picnic-areas, playgrounds, tennis courts, a pool area and softball fields. Dog lovers can bring their furry friends to the Milam Dog Park, which features water fountains and trails. Clarkston is in many ways similar to other small communities around the Atlanta metro, with a modest downtown area, a city park and a blend of older architecture and new development; however, it distinctly separates itself as a one of the most culturally colorful towns in the country. In fact, Clarkston has been named the most diverse square mile in America by Time Magazine, and this statement perfectly describes the essence of this place. A small town with all-American Southern charm but with such a wonderful range of ethnicities; that is a rare find indeed.
CLARKSTON
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