Located in Paulding County, one of the fastest growing counties in the nation, Hiram is truly where old meets new. The city of just under 4,000, boasts a historic downtown filled with quaint dining and shopping as well as a nearby commercial district complete with a variety of modern conveniences. Over the last decade, Hiram has seen an increase of more than 160 percent. Needless to say, residents of this once rural city will surely be apart of something big!Search Listings
The city of Hiram was officially incorporated in 1891. Previously, it was named Gray’s Mill after early settler Garrett Gray who went on to serve in the 5th Congressional District of Georgia Legislature.
Construction on the Silver Comet Trail began in 1998 and ended in 2008. With over 60 miles of quiet, non-motorized paths available free to the public, this trail has become a prime destination for nature lovers across Georgia and the Southeast.
- Shop and dine in Hiram's downtown district
- Enjoy the outdoors at the Hiram Ruritan Sports Complex
- Play golf at the Creekside Golf & Country Club