Tate City, Georgia

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Antique shed in Tate City, Georgia in Towns County, with sign stating Tate City Mall. The shed is intended to be humorous as the town is too small to have even a store.
View from Tate City looking toward the West.

Tate City is an unincorporated community in Towns County, Georgia, United States. It was founded as a mining and logging community.

Tate City sits in a scenic valley along the upper Tallulah River, just south of the Georgia-North Carolina border. The community is flanked by various peaks of the Blue Ridge and Nantahala Mountains, including 4568-foot Hightower Bald, 4640-ft. Dicks Knob, and 5499-ft. Standing Indian Mountain.


As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 16 people residing in the CDP. The racial makeup of the CDP was 100.0% White.

Coordinates: 34°58′54″N 83°33′16″W / 34.98167°N 83.55444°W / 34.98167; -83.55444