ⓘ Georgia, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Georgia, Vermont

The town occupies the southwest corner of Franklin County, bordered to the south by Chittenden County. The western border of the town is within Lake Champlain and its St. Albans Bay. St. Albans, the Franklin County seat, is to the north. U.S. Route 7 passes through the town, as does Interstate 89, which crosses US-7 at Exit 18 in the southeast part of town. Both highways lead north to St. Albans and south to Burlington.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 45.2 square miles 117.1 km 2, of which 39.3 square miles 101.9 km 2 of Land and 5.9 square miles, 15.3 km 2, or 13.03%, water. River and local attractions include ski area crosses the Southeast corner of the city.

                                     
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