Hotel in Dalton, GA near I-75 and Georgia Attractions
Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Dalton area with a hike in Chattahoochee National Forest or horseback riding at Fort Mountain State Park, both located near the Country Inn & Suites. Civil War buffs won't want to miss a tour of Chickamauga National Military Park and reenactments at the Tunnel Hill Heritage Center. If you're planning a family vacation, be sure to devote a day to the rides at Lake Winnie Amusement Park. This hotel in Dalton, GA is also ideally located for day trips to Chattanooga, located north of the property and home to the Creative Discovery Museum, Tennessee Aquarium and Chattanooga Zoo.
Nearby attractions include:
- Chattahoochee National Forest (2 miles)
The Pinhoti Trail of this forest goes right by the hotel to the west. Visitors can enjoy hiking, rafting, kayaking and fishing in this national forest.
Phone: +1 (770) 297-3000/+1 (706) 695-6737
- Chickamauga National Military Park (28.6 miles)
Visit the site of one of the largest Civil War battles, now featuring monuments, trails and exhibits.
Phone: +1 (706) 866-9241
- Chief Vann House Historic Site (12.3 miles)
Take a tour of this historic Chereokee Indian home with beautiful hand carvings, a floating staircase, a 12-foot mantle and various antiques.
Phone: +1 (706) 695-2598
- Fort Mountain State Park (22.9 miles)
You can go mountain biking, horseback riding and hiking along the trails of this gorgeous park.
Phone: +1 (706) 422-1932
- Historic Downtown Dalton (2.8 miles)
Between the unique shops, unforgettable dining options and historic monuments, the downtown Dalton offers plenty of entertainment. The downtown area also frequently hosts large events and festivals.
Phone: +1 (706) 278-3332
- Lake Winnie Amusement Park (23.9 miles)
Be sure to ride the Boat Chute, one of the oldest rides of its kind in the US, before riding through the park on the Alpine way. A variety of kid-friendly rides and concessions make this park a must for families.
Phone: +1 (706) 866-5681
- Prater's Mill (13.4 miles)
Built by Benjamin Franklin Prater in 1855, this water powered mill was originally fitted with the latest in grain cleaning, grinding and sifting machinery, all powered by the Coahulla Creek. The mill also serves as the start of the Cohutta-Chattahoochee scenic byway.
Phone: +1 (706) 694-6455
- Tunnel Hill Heritage Center (7.5 miles)
Take a peek inside one of the South's oldest railroad tunnels, which runs through the Chetoogeta Mountain. You can also tour the on-site museum and Clisby Austin House.
Phone: +1 (706) 876-1571