416 W Poplar Street, Griffin, GA 30224
From I-75 - Take at the Arthur K Bolton Pkwy/Route 16 exit and head west towards Grffin. Continue west on Arthur K Bolton Pkwy/Route 16 for approx 11 miles until the intersection of Meriwether Street. Turn left on Meriwether Street. We are just 500 ft ahead at the intersection of W Poplar Street.
From I-85 - Take the US HWY 27 Exit and head north 500 ft towards Route 16. Turn right on Route 16 and head east towards Griffin. At the intersction of W Poplar Street, merge onto W Poplar and head east. We are just 3 miles ahead at the intersection of Meriwether Street.
Nearby Shopping, Dining & Attractions
|Griffin Post Office
|The Corner Cafe
|WellStar Spalding Regional Hospital
|Flint River Regional Library
|Griffin 10 Regal Cinemas
|Hartsfield-Jackson Int'l Airport
About Griffin, Georgia
Located 53 miles south of Atlanta, Griffina Georgia is home to approximately 24,000 residents. Situated in Spalding County, Griffin is part of the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. The city of Griffin was founded in 1840 and named for landowner Col. Lewis Lawrence Griffin. He was an astute businessperson, a banker and railroad man who is credited for much of the town's initial development.
Griffin, GA offers residents a good quality of life with historic charm. As home to the original Southern Pit BBQ and the invention of peanut butter, the city of Griffin has also been filmed within several notable shows and movies including The Walking Dead, Driving Miss Daisy and The Hunger Games. Visitors to the area enjoy touring the popular Griffin Historic District, the stately homes as well as the various cultural museums celebrating the city's cultural past.
As a resident of Griffin, there are lots of familiy-friendly activities to enjoy including movie theaters, a rollerskating rink, recrational bike paths, bowling, the Mega Maze and the famous Doc Holliday Museum.
Downtown Griffin, GA. [photo credit: Michael Rivera]