Cartersville – A Real Georgia Gem

between Atlanta, Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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Located North of Atlanta on I-75

Make Everyone Happy in Cartersville

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Make Everyone Happy in Cartersville

Offering complete information on Cartersville and Adairsville

Make Everyone Happy in Cartersville

Offering complete information on Cartersville and Adairsville

Make Everyone Happy in Cartersville

Offering complete information on Cartersville and Adairsville

VISIT CARTERSVILLE and all of Bartow County, Georgia

A Real Georgia Gem!

Just slightly north of Atlanta on Interstate 75, is Cartersville. Treasured for its history, the destination offers diverse things to see and do appealing to multiple generations. Imagine a convenient vacation destination where you can make the whole family happy!

On the south side is LakePoint Sports where Perfect Game Baseball anchors a sporting complex that is a destination for more than 20 competitive youth sports. Neighbors Terminus Wake Park and Rally Volleyball offer thrills on surf and sand. A little further north is Red Top Mountain State Park and Allatoona Lake where lakeside cottages and campsites are a natural retreat for the city weary. And if you prefer to float your cares away, boat rentals are breeze.

Head into Downtown Cartersville for a charming historic city filled with boutiques and memorable local restaurants. Visits to the Smithsonian Affiliates Booth Western Art Museum and Tellus Science Museum, Bartow History Museum, Rose Lawn Museum and Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site will introduce not only the region's history but also many pivotal aspects of America's story.

See more of the area's history with a visit to Euharlee. Located just west of Cartersville, this unique town has a feel of the 1800s and is home to many original buildings and one of Georgia's oldest examples of African American craftsmanship, the Euharlee Covered Bridge.

To the north is Cassville and Kingston, two communities that played vital roles in the Civil War. Both cities were forever changed in 1864, but not before Union forces passed through Adairsville. This Bartow County town has the distinction of being the first city in Georgia to be listed in its entirety on the National Register of Historic Places. Adairsville is home to antiques shops, dinner theaters, an original W&A Rail Depot and magnificent Barnsley Resort.

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