Dublin is located in the Laurens County, in the State of Georgia. As a county seat, Dublin-Georgia has a population of over 16,000 inhabitants. Dublin-Georgia was named after the same-named city in Ireland and it celebrates its values and background traditions through many festivals and events throughout the year.
Top Attractions within Dublin
The St. Patrick’s Festival is held every year, as a celebration of the Irish background and settlement of Dublin. People come here from all over the state to admire one of the special European celebrations, held in the American states. Throughout the day, the city of Dublin and its inhabitants are dressed in green, you can see clover signs everywhere, as well as listen to concerts of live music and performances of arts. The parade is the highlight of the event, featuring bagpipe players, wearing kilts and singing to the delight of everyone, going through all the main streets in Dublin.
The Redneck Games is an unique celebration held in Dublin, during which people can enroll themselves in all sorts of farm and redneck type of activities for fun and leisure. The festival is held is the Eastern part of Dublin and originates from 1996. Some of the activities taking place are: the classical wet t-shirt contest, the armpit serenade, the dumpster diving, the seed spitting, the mud pit belly flop, the cigarette flip and so on. All the redneck related clichés are taken into account, in order to give people the opportunity to have fun and take on unusual activities.
The Riverview Golf Course is the main sporting facility in Dublin. People come here to take lessons and improve their technique, from beginners to intermediate levels, to play in large groups or to participate in tournaments. The golf club is set in a beautiful environment, allowing its users to indulge in the game of golf in a beautiful scenery. The grounds incorporate a snack bar, where you can relax in between games, and a pro shop, which offers all the best quality equipments a player would like to have. The club offers event planning for large groups and corporations coming to Dublin.