Mcrae Tourism

The city of McRae is the county seat of Telfair County, Georgia, United States. It was designated as the seat in 1871, after being established the previous year as a station on the Macon and Brunswick Railroad. McRae was incorporated on March 3, 1874, and was named for a pioneering Scottish family. During the antebellum years and after the Civil War, the county had an economy largely based on cotton plantations, and McRae was a trading center. As of the 2010 census, McRae had a population of 5,740, up from 2,682 at the 2000 census, due largely to expansion of the city limits to incorporate the area and prison population of the McRae Correctional Institution, a privately owned and operated prison under contract to the federal government. The prison is a low-security facility holding adult males; it is owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America (CCA). Numerous complaints have been filed against the contractor and the ACLU asked the federal Bureau of Prisons not to renew the company's contract for this prison. On January 1, 2015, McRae and the adjacent town of Helena merged to form McRae-Helena.


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