Monroe County’s oldest town, Culloden, Ga. was first settled in the late 1700s by William Culloden, a Scotsman. It has always been an agricultural community. The 104-year-old Dickey Peach Farms, with its stand at the corner of Highways 341 and 74 drawing visitors from miles around.
Culloden also is actively pursuing the preservation of its historic past, with its foremost project being the continued renovation of the Schoolhouse auditorium as a well as other historic buildings in town.
Georgia’s Peach Blossom Trail follows Highway 341 through Culloden, also easily reached through other highways and byways.
We encourage our citizens to get involved in the community so we can make our city a better place to live.