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Weekend Guide to Northwest Georgia

Northwest Georgia, known as the Historic High Country, isn’t frequently traveled but has some unique landmarks well worth the detour. The Chattahoochee National Forest has miles of protected land. Cherokee and Civil War landmarks are found here, as is a legacy of textiles and quilts. This area is also an easy day trip from Atlanta and much of northern Alabama.

Cartersville

northwest georgia

Booth Museum

Downtown Cartersville has the feel of a small town, but amenities like shops and restaurants. Stop by the Young Brothers Pharmacy, home to the first Coca-Cola advertisement mural.

What to Do

Booth Western Art Museum is a Smithsonian affiliate and one of the largest museums in Georgia. It has over 120,000 square feet of Western American art. The Tellus Science Museum has an impressive collection of minerals, fossils, and early machines. Formerly the home of evangelist Samuel Porter Jones, Rose Lawn Museum tells of his life and ministry. Learn about the Native Americans that lived nearby at the Etowah Indian Mounds Interpretive Trail, which has mounds dating back to 1000 AD. Bartow History Museum has interactive exhibits on the area’s history, from the Cherokee tribes that inhabited it to the present. You can also catch a performance at the Grand Theatre. LakePoint Sporting Community in nearby Emerson is a massive sports and entertainment complex with restaurants, hotels, and activities.

Where to Eat

Cartersville has both chain restaurants and local offerings. Table 20 offers fresh cuisine with international influences. Mellow Mushroom may be a part of a chain, but they started in Atlanta. Grab a quick lunch of sandwiches and salads at Swheat Market or start your day with a hearty breakfast at Ross’s Diner.

Where to Stay

Nearly every brand of hotel can be found in the Cartersville area. Hilton Garden Inn Cartersville has conference facilities and is located a short drive from downtown. Hampton Inn Emerson LakePoint is one of the sporting community’s properties. McKaskey Creek Campground has RV and tent sites.

Adairsville

northwest georgia

Barnsley Resort

Originally a Cherokee town, Adairsville is now listed entirely on the National Register of Historic Places. Stop by their visitor’s center for a guide to the historic homes and landmarks nearby.

What to Do

While there aren’t traditional attractions in Adairsville, explore the shops and historic homes in Adairsville. One exception is Adairsville Welcome Center, which has a museum in a former rail depot. This was one of the stops during the Great Locomotive Chase in the Civil War.

Where to Eat

Adairsville Inn Restaurant features Southern favorites and was originally built in 1855. Gilmer Street Cafe has soups, sandwiches, and salads. Maggie Mae’s Tea Room is located in the 1902 Stock Exchange and has tea sandwiches and traditional tea service.

Where to Stay

Barnsley Gardens Resort is a stunning resort that was the former home of Godfrey Barnsley. It was later purchased by a German prince and opened to the public. They have multiple restaurants, a spa, horseback riding, skeet shooting, and many other activities. Another option is Sage Cottage Inn, down the street from Barnsley, or Adair Manor Bed & Breakfast. There are also chain hotels closer to the highway. Leisure Time RV Park is a short drive from downtown and has all the amenities you need.

White

northwest georgia

Old Car City

Founded in 1890, the small town of White has less than 1,000 residents. But it’s a popular stop for travelers for its unique landmark.

What to Do

Old Car City is the world’s largest classic car junkyard. Roam the 7 miles of rusting and overgrown vehicles. It’s the only place to visit, but you can easily spend hours here.

Where to Eat

Wes Mans Restaurant was featured in The Fundamentals of Caring and is known for its unique decor and vehicle you can paint in front. J’s Simply Soul is another option, serving barbecue and soul food.

Where to Stay

Accommodation options in White are scarce, but Cartersville / Cassville-White KOA has RV and tent sites near the highway.

Rome

northwest georgia

Old Mill

Inspired by the namesake in Italy, Rome, Georgia is a thriving college town that emphasizes local businesses. In recent years, it’s become a popular filming location, featured in Sweet Home Alabama and Remember the Titans.

What to Do

Visit the campus of Berry College, which has miles of trails and the Old Mill, one of the largest water wheels in the world at 42 feet. The ECO Center educates visitors about the environment and species around the Etowah, Coosa, and Ooostanaula rivers. The building itself, a former pump station, is LEED certified. And nothing is more iconic in town than the Clock Tower, which was built on one of the city’s seven hills in 1872. Check out the murals downstairs before making the climb to the top. You can also go on Georgia’s Rome Flavor Tours or take advantage of paddleboarding and kayaking on the river. Catch a Rome Braves game, the city’s minor league baseball team.

Where to Eat

Brewhouse Music & Grill offers locally made beer from Rome City Brewing, live music, and bar bites. Jefferson’s Restaurant is another favorite, where you can write your name on a dollar bill to put on the wall. Their wings are a popular choice. Honeymoon Bakery is where to get your sweet fix after dinner out. Don’t forget to stop by River Dog Outpost for a pint by the river.

Where to Stay

Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Rome is more than your average hotel. Located downtown, this building used to be an 1890s warehouse and still has the original floors and brick walls. The Claremont House is an 1882 Victorian Gothic home turned national register-listed bed and breakfast. Airbnb is another option in Rome.

Summerville

northwest georgia

Paradise Gardens

Summerville, Georgia is made up of less than 5,000 residents. Founded in 1838 as the Chatooga County seat, it was named because it was a popular summer resort town.

What to Do

Howard Finster’s Paradise Gardens was the home of the visionary artist. Explore his property, which is covered in over 40,000 pieces of art.

Where to Eat

Jim’s Family Restaurant serves hearty Southern fare like fried chicken, while Hops & Haze Brewpub + Vapory has burgers and wings, along with an extensive beer menu.

Where to Stay

Coach Inn is one of the only places to stay in town but includes daily breakfast and all your desired amenities.

Ringgold

northwest georgia

Georgia Winery

Founded in 1846, the town of Ringgold was named for a soldier from the Mexican-American War. It’s another stop from the Great Locomotive Chase and a number of Civil War battles.

What to Do

Georgia Winery was established in 1983 and is the only winery in the region. They have a tasting room that showcases mostly muscadine wines. Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center is nearby, on the border with Tennessee, where a notable Civil War battle took place. Rock City is one of the region’s quirkiest attractions.

Where to Eat

Located next to a gas station in nearby Rock Spring, Bob’s Brick Oven makes nearly everything from scratch, including the basil grown hydroponically in the dining room. Their pizza is listed as one of Georgia’s 100 Plates Locals Love. In Ringgold, try Farm To Fork, which is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and emphasizes local ingredients. Home Plate Grill is a favorite for its juicy burgers.

Where to Stay

Hampton Inn Ringgold-Ft. Oglethorpe is one option near the highway, which has fast WiFi and breakfast. There’s also Battlefield Campground & RV Park near the winery.

Cedartown

northwest georgia

Downtown Cedartown

The quaint town of Cedartown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its historic downtown area. Here you’ll find shops and restaurants full of charm.

What to Do

Cedartown Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia started as a young boy’s hobby collection but has now become a full-fledged museum. Also spend time on the Silver Comet Trail, which starts in suburban Atlanta and continues through here before crossing into Alabama.

Where to Eat

Pirkle’s Deli & Catering is the go-to for workday lunches, especially for their chicken salad. Zorba’s offers Greek and Mediterranean-inspired dishes, while Taqueria Michoacana is top-rated for authentic Mexican.

Where to Stay

Best Western Cedartown Inn & Suites is your best bet for staying in Cedartown.

Carrollton

northwest georgia

Printer’s Ale

Another college town, Carrollton is known for its thriving downtown. Here you’ll find restaurants and shops for every style.

What to Do

Printer’s Ale is the city’s first craft brewery and opened next door to a printing company. Carrollton Greenbelt is the largest green space in the city, winding 18 miles around. You can walk it or rent a bike through the city bike share program. Hobbs Farm Disc Golf Course is a favorite with families. Learn about the area’s textile history at the Southeastern Quilt & Textile Museum and Carrollton Cultural Art CenterHistoric Banning Mills is equal parts attraction and accommodation, offering the world’s largest zipline canopy tour, a spa, restaurant, and hotel rooms.

Where to Eat

Brown Dog Deli serves Lowcountry-inspired dishes. Find elevated bar food and craft drafts at Alley Cat Restaurant & Bar. And at City Tavern, get your tater tots covered in cheese to make “tot-chos.”

Where to Stay

Lay your head at Holiday Inn Express & Suites Carrollton West or Cottage Hill Inn, both located near downtown.

Villa Rica

Villa Rica, Ga.

Photo: Evangelio Gonzalez

Fast growing Villa Rica was first settled in 1826 and gold was soon found nearby. Today, it still has a number of historic sites you can visit.

What to Do

Pine Mountain Gold Museum tells of the state’s “forgotten gold rush” with a gold panning area and a working gristmill.

Where to Eat

Gabe’s Downtown serves Louisiana flavors while Olive Tree Restaurant offers a taste of the Mediterranean with Italian pasta and Greek gyros.

Where to Stay

Comfort Inn & Suites is the best place to stay in Villa Rica.

Calhoun

northwest georgia

Rock Garden

Originally part of the Cherokee nation, the people that inhabited what’s now Calhoun were forcibly removed via the Trail of Tears. A private home here was used as Sherman’s headquarters during his March to the Sea.

What to Do

Located behind a church, the Rock Garden is a folk art garden made up of over 50 miniature buildings. New Echota State Historic Site was the Cherokee capital, established in 1825. The first Indian language newspaper office was run here, but it was also the site of the removal during the Trail of Tears. Today, you can see 12 original and reconstructed buildings. Resaca Battlefield Historic Site is a state-owned 400+ acre battlefield that was the site of the first major battle during the Atlanta Campaign in the Civil War. Located within the Gordon Calhoun Arts Council, the Roland Hayes Museum shares the story of a local who went on to become the first African-American classical singer to have an international career on the concert and operatic stage.

Where to Eat

There aren’t many independent restaurants in Calhoun, but El Pueblito Mexican Restaurant is a favorite Mexican grill. Christian & Jakes Bistro is another favorite for sandwiches, soups, and salads.

Where to Stay

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Calhoun has great features like WiFi and breakfast.

Cave Spring

northwest georgia

Vann Cabin

This small town outside of Rome was one of the sites of the Trail of Tears removal. Today, it has a downtown area with shops and restaurants as well as Rolater Lake and Big Cedar Creek, popular spots for swimming and kayaking.

What to Do

Rolater Park and Cave is the town’s natural limestone cave, full of stalagmites. The water from the spring is free for you to fill up your bottle with. The Historic Vann Cabin was the home of James Vann, a member of the Cherokee nation. The hand-hewn log cabin is open for tours.

Where to Eat

Linde Marie’s Steakhouse on the Square is worth the drive, tucked into a historic building. Steaks are the main draw. Creekside Restaurant is another option with Southern dishes like fried green tomatoes.

Where to Stay

Historic Hearn Inn in Rolater Park was formerly a boys dormitory for the Hearn Academy. It was also used later as apartments before being turned into a bed and breakfast in 1980. Tumlin House Bed & Breakfast was built in 1890 and is still owned by descendants of the Tumlin family. Cedar Creek Park has an RV park, recreation facilities, and even a driving range.

Dalton

northwest georgia

Dalton Distillery

This area is known for the carpet industry, which began here as the chenille industry before the Civil War. It was also inhabited by Cherokees.

What to Do

Art Emporium sells the work of local artists and has regular gallery events. Dalton Distillery is the area’s only distillery, making moonshine and a unique sunflower liquor. Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel in nearby Tunnel Hill was built in 1850 and was the site of the Great Locomotive Chase during the Civil War. Tour the tunnel and see the exhibits at the visitor’s center. Old Praters Mill was built by Benjamin Franklin Prater in 1855to use water power to grind grains.

Where to Eat

Cyra’s uses Mediterranean and Californian influences in their dishes. They promote local ingredients and collaborate with a high school horticultural class. Pizza and beer come together at Cherokee Brewing & Pizza Company. Willie’s Burger Shack is an essential roadside stop.

Where to Stay

Hilton Garden Inn Dalton is located near the highway for easy access and comfortable sleep. Fort Mountain State Park offers camping and cottages.

I visited Northwest Georgia while on a media visit with Explore Georgia. 

Mentioned in this post
  1. Booth Western Art Museum
    Attraction in Cartersville Georgia

    501 N Museum Dr
    Cartersville Georgia
    (770) 387-1300
    http://www.boothmuseum.org
  2. Tellus Science Museum
    Attraction in Cartersville Georgia

    100 Tellus Dr
    Cartersville Georgia
    (770) 606-5700
    http://www.tellusmuseum.org/
  3. Rose Lawn Museum
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    224 W Cherokee Ave
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 387-5162
    http://www.roselawnmuseum.com/
  4. Etowah Indian Mounds Interpretive Trail
    Bartow County Georgia

    Etowah Indian Mounds Interpretive Trail
    Bartow County Georgia
  5. Bartow History Museum
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    4 E Church St
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 387-2774
    http://bartowhistorymuseum.org/
  6. Grand Theatre
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    7 N Wall St
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 386-7343
    http://www.thegrandtheatre.org/
  7. LakePoint Sporting Community
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    755 Old Georgia 293
    Bartow County Georgia
    (404) 263-0495
    http://www.lakepointsports.com/
  8. Table 20
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    20 Wall St
    Bartow County Georgia
    (470) 315-4851
    http://www.table-20.com/
  9. Mellow Mushroom
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    28 south wall street
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 606-0330
    http://www.mellowmushroom.com/cartersville
  10. Swheat Market
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    5 E Main St
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 607-0067
    http://swheatmarket.com/
  11. Ross's Diner
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    17 N Wall St
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 382-9159
    https://m.facebook.com/Ross-Diner-118838678175783/
  12. Hilton Garden Inn Cartersville
    Hotel in Cartersville Georgia

    24 Liberty Dr
    Cartersville Georgia
  13. Hampton Inn Emerson LakePoint
    Hotel in Bartow County Georgia
  14. McKaskey Creek Campground
    Hotel in Bartow County Georgia

    Bartow County Georgia
    (678) 721-6700
  15. Adairsville Welcome Center
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    101 Public Square
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 773-1775
    http://www.adairsvilleonthesquare.com/places-to-see
  16. Adairsville Inn Restaurant
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    100 S Main St
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 878-9695
    http://adairsvilleinnrestaurant.com/
  17. Maggie Mae's Tea Room
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    124 Public Square
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 773-1902
  18. Barnsley Gardens Resort
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    597 Barnsley Gardens Rd
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 773-7480
    http://www.barnsleyresort.com/
  19. Sage Cottage Inn
    Hotel in Bartow County Georgia

    97 Ward Mountain Rd
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 877-5232
    http://www.sagecottageinn.com/
  20. Adair Manor Bed & Breakfast
    Hotel in Bartow County Georgia

    110 Church St
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 769-9585
    http://www.adairmanor.com/
  21. Leisure Time RV Park
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    881 Poplar Springs Rd
    Bartow County Georgia
    (706) 506-3273
    http://www.leisuretimervpark.net/
  22. Old Car City
    Attraction in Bartow County Georgia

    3098 US-411
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 382-6141
    http://www.oldcarcityusa.com/
  23. Wes Mans Restaurant
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    3167 US-411
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 386-9933
  24. J's Simply Soul
    Restaurant in Bartow County Georgia

    3367 US-411
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 334-8125
    http://jssimplysoul.com/
  25. Cartersville / Cassville-White KOA
    Hotel in Bartow County Georgia

    800 Cassville White Rd NW
    Bartow County Georgia
    (770) 382-7330
    http://koa.com/campgrounds/cartersville/
  26. Berry College
    Attraction in Floyd County Georgia

    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 232-5374
    http://www.berry.edu/
  27. ECO Center
    Attraction in Floyd County Georgia

    393 Riverside Pkwy NE
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 622-6432
    http://www.romefloyd.com/departments/e-c-o-center
  28. Clock Tower
    Attraction in Floyd County Georgia

    E 2nd St
    Floyd County Georgia
  29. Brewhouse Music & Grill
    Restaurant in Floyd County Georgia

    325 Broad St
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 204-8474
    http://romebrewhouse.com/
  30. Jefferson's Restaurant
    Restaurant in Floyd County Georgia

    340 Broad St
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 378-0222
    http://www.jeffersonsrestaurant.com/
  31. Honeymoon Bakery
    Restaurant in Floyd County Georgia

    228 Broad St
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 232-0611
    http://www.honeymoonbakery.com/
  32. River Dog Outpost
    Restaurant in Floyd County Georgia

    1 Broad St
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 512-5107
    http://www.riverdogpaddleco.com/
  33. The Claremont House
    Hotel in Floyd County Georgia

    906 E 2nd Ave
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 291-0900
    http://www.theclaremonthouse.net/
  34. Howard Finster's Paradise Gardens
    Attraction in Summerville Georgia

    Summerville Georgia
  35. Jim's Family Restaurant
    Restaurant in Chattooga County Georgia

    6 Lyerly St
    Chattooga County Georgia
    (706) 857-2123
  36. Hops & Haze Brewpub + Vapory
    Restaurant in Chattooga County Georgia

    10100 Commerce St
    Chattooga County Georgia
    (706) 808-1200
    https://m.facebook.com/pg/hopsandhaze/menu/?p_ref=pa&ref=page_internal&mt_nav=1
  37. Coach Inn
    Hotel in Chattooga County Georgia

    Chattooga County Georgia
    (706) 857-7007
    http://www.coachinnsummerville.us/
  38. Georgia Winery
    Attraction in Catoosa County Georgia

    6469 Battlefield Pkwy
    Catoosa County Georgia
    (706) 937-9463
    http://www.georgiawines.com/
  39. Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center
    Attraction in Catoosa County Georgia

    3370 Lafayette Rd
    Catoosa County Georgia
    (706) 866-1159
    http://www.nps.gov/chch/
  40. Rock City Trail
    Walker County Georgia

    Rock City Trail
    Walker County Georgia
  41. Bob's Brick Oven
    Restaurant in Walker County Georgia

    8009 US-27
    Walker County Georgia
    (706) 375-4400
    http://bobswoodfiredpizza.com/
  42. Farm To Fork
    Restaurant in Catoosa County Georgia

    118 Remco Shops Ln
    Catoosa County Georgia
    (706) 937-3675
    http://farmtoforkga.com/
  43. Home Plate Grill
    Restaurant in Catoosa County Georgia

    7807 Nashville St
    Catoosa County Georgia
    (706) 935-4663
    http://www.homeplategrillga.com/
  44. Battlefield Campground & RV Park
    Hotel in Catoosa County Georgia

    199 KOA Blvd
    Catoosa County Georgia
    (706) 937-4166
    http://www.battlefieldrvpark.com/
  45. Cedartown Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia
    Attraction in Polk County Georgia

    209 S Main St
    Polk County Georgia
    (770) 546-1758
    http://cedartowncokemuseum.org/
  46. Silver Comet Trail
    Polk County Georgia

    Silver Comet Trail
    Polk County Georgia
  47. Pirkle's Deli & Catering
    Restaurant in Polk County Georgia

    306 S Main St
    Polk County Georgia
    (770) 748-0038
    http://www.pirklesdeli.net/
  48. Zorba's
    Restaurant in Polk County Georgia

    805 N Main St
    Polk County Georgia
    (770) 748-8490
  49. Taqueria Michoacana
    Restaurant in Polk County Georgia

    511 West Ave
    Polk County Georgia
    (770) 748-5858
    http://www.taqueriamichoacanacedartown.com/
  50. Carrollton Greenbelt
    Carroll County Georgia

    Carrollton Greenbelt
    Carroll County Georgia
  51. Hobbs Farm Disc Golf Course
    Attraction in Carroll County Georgia

    1147 Rome St
    Carroll County Georgia
  52. Southeastern Quilt & Textile Museum
    Attraction in Carroll County Georgia

    306 Bradley St
    Carroll County Georgia
    (770) 301-2187
    http://www.southeasternquiltandtextilemuseum.org/
  53. Carrollton Cultural Art Center
    Attraction in Carroll County Georgia

    251 Alabama St
    Carroll County Georgia
    (770) 838-1083
    http://carrolltonarts.org/
  54. Historic Banning Mills
    Attraction in Carroll County Georgia

    205 Horseshoe Dam Rd
    Carroll County Georgia
    (770) 834-9149
    http://www.historicbanningmills.com/
  55. Brown Dog Deli
    Restaurant in Carroll County Georgia

    202 Bradley St
    Carroll County Georgia
    (678) 890-1002
    http://www.browndogeatery.com/
  56. Alley Cat Restaurant & Bar
    Restaurant in Carroll County Georgia

    120 Newnan St
    Carroll County Georgia
    (770) 834-2642
  57. City Tavern
    Restaurant in Carroll County Georgia

    109 Newnan St
    Carroll County Georgia
    (678) 890-1100
    http://citytaverncarrollton.com/
  58. Cottage Hill Inn
    Hotel in Carroll County Georgia

    104 S Cottage Hill Rd
    Carroll County Georgia
  59. Pine Mountain Gold Museum
    Attraction in Douglas County Georgia

    1881 Stockmar Rd
    Douglas County Georgia
    (770) 459-8455
    http://www.pinemountaingoldmuseum.com/
  60. Gabe's Downtown
    Restaurant in Carroll County Georgia

    104 W Montgomery St
    Carroll County Georgia
    (770) 456-6026
    http://www.gabesdowntown.com/
  61. Olive Tree Restaurant
    Restaurant in Carroll County Georgia

    150 Stone St
    Carroll County Georgia
    (770) 456-6456
    http://www.theolivetreerestaurants.com/
  62. Comfort Inn & Suites
    Hotel in Carroll County Georgia

    132 Hwy. 61 Connector
    Carroll County Georgia
    (678) 941-3401
    https://www.choicehotels.com/georgia/villa-rica/comfort-inn-hotels/ga582?source=gyxt
  63. Resaca Battlefield Historic Site
    Attraction in Gordon County Georgia

    6 GA-136
    Gordon County Georgia
    http://www.resacabattlefield.org/
  64. Gordon Calhoun Arts Council
    Attraction in Gordon County Georgia

    212 S Wall St
    Gordon County Georgia
    (706) 629-2599
    http://www.harrisartscenter.com/
  65. El Pueblito Mexican Restaurant
    Restaurant in Gordon County Georgia

    206 S Park Ave
    Gordon County Georgia
    (706) 625-2434
  66. Christian & Jakes Bistro
    Restaurant in Gordon County Georgia

    555 Hwy 53
    Gordon County Georgia
    (706) 624-8103
    http://www.christianandjakes.com/
  67. Linde Marie's Steakhouse on the Square
    Restaurant in Floyd County Georgia

    18 Broad St
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 381-2097
  68. Tumlin House Bed & Breakfast
    Hotel in Floyd County Georgia

    38 Alabama St
    Floyd County Georgia
    (706) 777-0066
    http://tumlinhouse.com/
  69. Dalton Distillery
    Restaurant in Whitfield County Georgia

    109 E Morris St
    Whitfield County Georgia
    (706) 483-2790
    http://www.daltondistillery.com/
  70. Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel
    Attraction in Whitfield County Georgia

    215 Clisby Austin Dr
    Whitfield County Georgia
    (706) 876-1571
    http://www.gacivilwar.org/attraction/2392-western-atlantic-railroad-tunnel-and-museum
  71. Old Praters Mill Road Northeast
    Whitfield County Georgia

    Old Praters Mill Rd NE
    Whitfield County Georgia
  72. Cyra's
    Restaurant in Whitfield County Georgia

    234 N Hamilton St
    Whitfield County Georgia
    (706) 370-7305
  73. Cherokee Brewing & Pizza Company
    Restaurant in Whitfield County Georgia

    207 W Cuyler St
    Whitfield County Georgia
    (706) 529-9478
    https://www.facebook.com/cherokeebrewingandpizza/
  74. Hilton Garden Inn Dalton
    Hotel in Whitfield County Georgia
  75. Fort Mountain State Park Road
    Murray County Georgia

    Fort Mountain State Park Rd
    Murray County Georgia

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