Welcome to Elbert County
Elbert County was established in 1790 when it was divided from Wilkes County. Today, the county is known for various attractions including granite monuments and colonial homes. Elbert County is also home to the Arrowhead Pointe Golf Course, Richard B. Russell and Clark's Hill lakes, and, of course, the 20,000-seat Granite Bowl, home of the Elbert County Blue Devils. As the industrial center of Northeast Georgia, Elbert County is a prosperous, growing community boasting an economy as solid as they come - the area's granite monument production accounts for one-third of total production nationwide.
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Elbert County is located on 374 square miles of rolling hills, and lies on the South Carolina border. As of 2012, Elbert County has
a population of 20,500.The County is bound on three sides by five different counties: Hart, Lincoln, Madison, Oglethorpe, and Wilkes.
Whether your interest is camping, water sports, fishing, or just enjoying a bit of the great outdoors, Bobby Brown Park offers a beautiful, natural setting to explore. Formerly, Bobby Brown State Outdoor Recreation Area, the park was obtained in 2015 through a lease agreement with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The park is operated by the Elbert County Government through Elbert County Parks and Recreation.
Located on 665 acres in Elbert County, Bobby Brown Park offers access to the 71,100-acre Clarks Hill Lake (the second-largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi River).
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