McRae-Helena, GA is a small town located in Telfair County in South Central Georgia. Originally, McRae and Helena were two separate, incorporated cities. However, in 2014, the two cities incorporated into McRae-Helena, becoming the first merged city in Georgia since 1921. With a population of approximately 8,380 people, the small town is steadily growing and continues to be a great place to work, live, and play for its residents. It boasts several outdoor treasures including a replica of the Statue of Liberty and Little Ocmulgee State Park, a 1,360-acre outdoor oasis that includes beautiful hiking trails, campsites, and a tranquil lake.