Warren County, Georgia’s central-eastern location is not only great for business, but it also makes for a beautiful place to live.

While its western border is home to the gently flowing Ogeechee River, the booming metropolis of Atlanta is only 100 miles west and the “Classic South” charm of Augusta 40 miles East. Other cities, such as Savannah,the second largest Atlantic coast container port, and historic Macon are less than 3 hours away. Warren County is also an equal distance to the mountains as to coastal Georgia’s beautiful beaches.


Distance Chart

  • Atlanta, GA - 110 Miles (1.75 Hrs.)
  • Thomson, GA - 9 Miles (15 Min.)
  • Augusta, GA - 47 Miles (1 Hr.)
  • Savannah, GA - 180 Miles (2.5 Hrs.)
  • Brunswick, GA - 210 Miles (3.5 Hrs.)
  • Greenville/Spartanburg, SC - 160 Miles (3.75 Hrs.)
  • Columbia, SC - 105 Miles (2 Hrs.)
  • Charleston, SC - 200 Miles (3.5 Hrs.)

With immediate interstate access, close proximity to major ports, international and commercial airports, and multi-vendor utility services, Warren County, Georgia offers an ideal setting for the manufacture and transport of goods.

Warren County’s proximity to busy Interstate 20/GA 402 and the Georgia ports at Savannah and Brunswick enhance its transportation advantages, as does the fact that both CSX Railroad and Norfolk Southern Railroad serve the county. Other major roadways in and around Warren County include: US 278, GA 12, GA 17 and I-520.

The general aviation airport of Thomson-McDuffie County, the commercial airport of Augusta Regional, and the international airport of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta have your aviation needs covered.

Intermodal service options are located a little over 100 miles away in Atlanta, and port access is available in just over 130 miles at both Savannah-Garden City and Savannah-Ocean Terminal or 190 miles at Brunswick, Georgia. Port access is also available in Charleston, South Carolina.