Newnan Georgia Things To Do
The park is located in a graceful curve of the Chattahoochee River and is a paradise for paddlers, campers and anglers. Boat ramps offer easy access to the water, while more than six kilometers of wooded trails are open for hiking, nature and photography. The University of West Georgia has two campuses, one in Athens and one in Newnan, Georgia. The bridge over Highway 16 is 15 miles away, and it is just a short drive from downtown Atlanta and a few miles south of the Georgia Tech campus.
While most of the park has been largely left in its natural state, campers can stay within its boundaries. The park even offers screened-off accommodations - in Adirondack - for families and groups looking for a unique camping experience.
No reservations are required, but paddlers can take the boat to the campsite, attach it to a ramp or rail and dock it if they wish. Tubes are recommended, but should be used in conjunction with kayaking, not in place of kayaking.
Soon it will pass under the Chattahoochee River and, depending on the water level, through Newnan and then across the river to the east.
The county boundaries were created by the Georgia General Assembly on June 9, 1826, but the county was not named until December 14, 1826. The legislative body in Coweta is the Coweta County Commission, which consists of five members elected in numbered districts. In the General Assembly, it is currently divided into the 28th Senate District, currently held by Matt Brass, and the 23rd District of the House of Representatives. It is the second largest county in the state of Georgia with a population of about 2,500 people.
The population is spread throughout the county, as is the population of the city of Coweta itself, which has a population of about 2,500. The poverty line is $12,000 for a family of four, including $8.50 for those aged eight to 50 and $7,400 for all ages 18 to 65.
It is the case that 39% to 90% have children under 18 years of age, 62% of those under 50 are married couples living together, 12% and 20% both have a housekeeper with a husband and 21% - 40% are non-family. Individuals make up 17% (60 +) and 5% -70% who live alone, 65 years or older, while 62-50% are a married couple living together.
The ethnic composition of the district is 78% to 86%, slightly above the national average of 76% and slightly below the average of Georgia. The racial makeup of this district is 77% white, 8% black, 4% brown, 3% Hispanic and 2% Asian.
Median income per household in this district is $52,706, below the national average of $61,550, slightly above the federal average and slightly below the Georgia average. Median income per family is $68,469, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, and under $58,750 in Newnan County.
Since the 2000 Census, 24,713 families have lived in the district, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. There are 33,182 residential units in Newnan County, with a median price of $2,826, or $1,743 per square foot.