About Us

Born of a Railroad


The town of Mitchell was established January 1, 1896. The area was named after Robert M. Mitchell, President of the Augusta Southern Railroad. Mitchell was one of many stops on the Augusta Southern Railroad, which ran from Sandersville, GA to Augusta, GA.



With a population of around 200, the town of Mitchell remains small. When you visit Mitchell, you will find yourself among friendly faces. 

Statistically Speaking..


  • Located in Glascock County, Georgia
  • Just under 1.5 square miles in size
  • Coordinates: 33.2199° N, 82.7032° W. 
  • Elevation level of 535'