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43 SR 20 SPUR
Cartersville  GA  30121  USA
LAT: 34.207437 LONG: -84.75672
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (770) 386-5888 Fax: +1 (678) 535-0010

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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Cartersville, GA

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Cartersville, Georgia Hotel's Location near Lake Allatoona

Whether you're traveling for business, a family vacation or an adventure at Red Top Mountain State Park, you'll be near it all when you stay at the Country Inn & Suites in Cartersville, Georgia. The hotel's location near I-75 makes it easy to travel around the area, and downtown Cartersville is just minutes away. Relax by Lake Allatoona or explore the gorgeous hiking trails at Red Top Mountain. Get to know the exciting history of the area with a visit to Bartow History Museum, and see how Native Americans lived and worshipped 500-1,000 years ago at Etowah Indian Mounds. If you're a fan of cowboys and the Wild West, then you can't miss the Booth Western Art Museum.

Consider these entertaining attractions in Cartersville:

  • Bartow History Museum (5.3 miles)
    From the 1500s to the Second World War, this local museum documents the history of Bartow County.
    Phone: +1 (770) 382-3818
  • Booth Western Art Museum (4.5 miles)
    Put on you favorite pair of cowboy boots, don a hat and join in one of the fun events at this art museum devoted to the history of the Wild West. Various exhibits cover everything from presidents and the Civil War to famous cowboys and western movies.
    Phone: +1 (770) 387-1300
  • Etowah Indian Mounds (7.6 miles)
    This 54-acre historical site, which houses six earthen mounds, a plaza, a village area, borrow pits and a defensive ditch, was home to several thousand Native Americans from 1000 A.D. to the 1500s. You can tour the museum and follow the nature trail around this important site of Mississippian culture.
    Phone: +1 (770) 387-3747
  • Lake Allatoona (6.2 miles)
    Claim a picnic shelter and spend a day by this gorgeous lake, where you can swim, fish, sunbathe and play at the playgrounds, ball fields and horseshoe pits. For some fun beyond the beach, rent a boat and hit the water.
    Phone: +1 (678) 721-6700