Local Attractions

Let our marine-resort serve as your base camp while you
explore local attractions and sights.

Adairsville Historic Register
Victorian architecture, inviting shops and restaurants. The Adairsville Rail Depot Age of Steam Museum, located in the 1850's depot, offers a glimpse into the town's fascinating history. (770) 773-1775

Allatoona Lake & Visitor Center
Enjoy 12,000 acres outdoor fun! The Visitor Center museum portrays regional history and natural resources. (678) 721-6700

Allatoona Pass Battlefield
A bloody battlefield on October 5, 1864, today the site is part of Red Top Mountain State Park, and features earthen forts, trench works, interpretive markers and monuments to regiments who fought here. Open daily.(770) 975-0055

Barnsley Garden Historic District
Enchanting 160-year old gardens with hundreds of varieties of heirloom roses. The property features the ruins of the 1840's manor house. The museum tells the Barnsley family story and features Civil War relics found onsite. The resort is renowned for its luxurious accommodations, restaurants, golf course, spa, conference center, sporting activities and Fairy Godmother! Open daily. (770) 773-7480

Bartow History Museum
Housed in the beautifully restored 1867 courthouse, the museum's timeline and thematic exhibits portray scenes from daily life and traumatic events as they unfolded in Bartow's past; closed Sun.(770) 382-3818

Booth Western Art Museum
See America's Story! A Smithsonian Affiliate Museum, the Booth houses the largest collection of Western American Art in the Country. Also experience a fascinating Presidential Gallery, Civil War Gallery, and nationally renowned special exhibits. Children's Gallery, cafe, gift shop, banquet facilities and special events. Closed Mon. (770) 387-1300

Cassville Confederate Cemetery
See gravesites of 300 confederate soldiers, as well as CSA General William Wofford.

Coopers Iron Works
This furnace is the only remnant of the 1830's town of Etowah and Mark A. Cooper's Iron Empire. Picnic facilities, hiking and playground. (678) 721-6700

Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site
The most intact Mississippian Culture site in the Southeast with mounds, plaza, village area, borrow pits, defensive ditch and museum. Open Wed.-Sat. (770) 387-3747

Euharlee Covered Bridge
Built in 1886 by Washington King, the allure is enhanced by the picturesque 1850's village surrounding it.
(770) 386-1542 or Euharlee History Museum (770) 607-2017

Kingston Woman's Club History Museums
Portrays the town's rich antebellum and Civil War history.
Open Sat. and Sun. 1-4.
(770) 336-5540

LakePoint Sports Complex
The LakePoint Sporting Community, With more than 1,300 acres featuring state-of-the-art sports
venues for 20+ of America’s favorite sports is the largest and most comprehensive sports vacation
destination in the world.
(855) 525-3764

Noble Hill Wheeler Memorial Center
A black cultural center housed in the first school in North Georgia built specifically for black children.
(770) 382-3392

Pettit Creek Farms
See camels, llamas, emu and buffalo.
Special events. (770) 386-8688

Pumpkin Patch Farm
Harvest tours, petting farm, hayrides and pumpkins daily in October. (770) 773-2617

Red Top Mountain State Park
Cottages, boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, picnicking, mini golf and special events. Open year-round. Park:
(770) 975-0055

Rose Lawn Museum
Home of legendary 19th Century Evangelist Sam Jones, honored by presidents and revered by millions. Find Victorian splendor and heirloom gardens in the heart of Cartersville's Historic District. Open Tues-Fri.
(770) 387-5162

Tellus Science Museum
Explore the earth and search the stars at this 125,000-square-foot Smithsonian Affiliate Museum. Exploration zones include the Fossil Gallery, Mineral Gallery, Transportation Gallery, digital planetarium shows, "My Big Backyard Gallery" and hands-on science for kids. Cafe, gift shop and banquet facilities. Open Daily. A Solar Decathlon House is open Thurs., Sat. and Sun. (770) 606-5700

Terminus Wake Park
From beginner to advanced, all are welcome to experience the Largest Cable Wake Park in the U.S.!

World's First Coca-Cola Wall Sign
Painted on Young Brother's Pharmacy in 1894, and restored and authenticated in 1994. (770) 382-4010