Greensboro is a small town located in Greene County in Northeast Georgia. Established in 1786, the city was named after Nathaniel Greene, a Georgian Revolutionary War hero. Today, over 3,300 people call Greensboro and its historic streets home. As “Lake Oconee’s Hometown,” the town is an ideal travel destination for both outdoor enthusiasts and lake lovers. Moreover, Downtown Greensboro and the surrounding area is the perfect location for history buffs, boasting buildings like “The Big Store” and possible Confederate treasure along the banks of nearby Lake Oconee.