With its beginnings as a railroad town in the 1850s (read more about our city’s history here), Reynolds, Georgia today has a population of nearly 900 people. Our residents enjoy the luxury of wide, oak tree-lined streets and a historic commercial district. We are a GMA certified City of Ethics and a certified Tree City U.S.A.
Our area is well known for growing mouth-watering strawberries from mid-March through mid-May. We are home to the Georgia Strawberry Festival which is held annually the 4th weekend in April. People from across the state come for the food, crafts, music, and luscious strawberries.
Soon after we get our fill of strawberries, juicy peaches are ready for picking, packing, shipping, and to purchase locally at Taylor Orchards. They also have delicious homemade strawberry and peach ice cream.
The Silver Dollar Race Track here in Reynolds is a large attraction among racing fans and is one of the best drag strips in the state.
The headquarters of Flint Energies, a rural electric corporation, is in Reynolds and is a stabilizing employer of the town. The Public Services are owned and operated locally and are great assets to the community. Reynolds currently has one bank, one drug store, one grocery store, an appliance store, a general merchandise store, an auto supply store, an automobile repair shop, two automotive body shops, insurance company, antique dealership, gas station, a gift shop, two convenience stores, and three locally owned restaurants, all within a one-mile radius of the city.