Incorporated in 1890, the city of Ashburn is the largest of the 3 towns of Turner County and also the county seat. Known for its wacky annual Fire Ant Festival held every year during the 4th weekend in March, Ashburn remains slow, steady, friendly, and full of strong community bonds.
Sycamore, incorporated in 1891, is located about six miles south of Ashburn and was named aptly for the trees found in the town. Located on the Georgia Southern & Florida railroad, this town had a big boom in the early 1900s but has since turned into mostly a sleepy, family farming community. Take a dirt road and you can see fields, cattle, and pivots galore!
Founded in 1904 and named after a daughter of a resident in the community, Rebecca is the smallest of our cities.