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Address:
1033 Fairmount Hwy
Calhoun,  Georgia  30701  US
LAT: 34.467091 LONG: -84.91472
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Telephone: +1 (706) 625-6500 Fax: +1 (706) 625-1669

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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Calhoun, GA

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Stay Just off I-75 near Calhoun Premium Outlets

The Country Inn & Suites puts you within easy driving distance of fun things to do in Calhoun, GA. Check out the great shopping at Calhoun Outlet Marketplace, or spend an afternoon practicing your swing at the Fields Ferry Golf Club. Outdoor enthusiasts love being close to Salacoa Creek Park and the Chattahoochee National Forest, home to Anna Ruby Falls, a historic mill village which includes a portion of the Appalachian Trail. 

 

Shopping and Entertainment

  • Calhoun Outlet Marketplace (1 mile)
    Find great deals on your favorite clothing items at stores like Ann Taylor, Loft and Polo Ralph Lauren.
    Phone: +1 (706) 602-1305
  • Harris Arts Center (4.3 miles)
    Home to a dance studio, music classrooms, meeting space and an art gallery, the Harris Arts Center is the heart of the arts community in Calhoun.
    Phone: +1 (706) 629-2599
  • Calhoun Bowling Center (4.4 miles)
    Strap on your bowling shoes and aim for a strike. Afterward, take advantage of the game room and pool tables.
    Phone: +1 (706) 625-2695

Museums and History

  • Roland Hayes Museum (4.3 miles)
    A member of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Roland Hayes was the first African-American classical singer to achieve international renown. The Roland Hayes Museum honors his life and legacy through an exhibit featuring photos, memorabilia and papers from Hayes’ life.
    Phone: +1 (706) 629-2599
  • New Echota State Historic Site (6.5 miles)
    New Echota served as the capital of the Cherokee Nation from 1825 until 1830 when the Cherokee were forced to moved west on the “Trail of Tears.” Today, you can explore the Council House, smoke houses, corn cribs and courthouse.
    Phone: +1 (706) 624-1321

Outdoor Fun and Recreation

  • Calhoun Stockyard (5 miles)
    Attend a cattle auction or browse through the pens of local livestock, such as cattle, horses, llamas and goats.
    Phone: +1 (706) 629-1900
  • Fields Ferry Golf Club (10 miles)
    Tee off at this exquisitely beautiful, 18-hole course with views of the Coosawattee River.
    Phone: +1 (706) 625-9001
  • John’s Mountain Wildlife Management Area (12 miles)
    This section of Chattahoochee National Forest is the place to go for fishing, hiking and outdoor recreation.
    Phone: +1 (706) 295-6041
  • Salacoa Creek Park (13 miles)
    If you love boating, fishing, hiking and other outdoorsy adventures, head over to Salacoa Creek Park.
    Phone: +1 (706) 629-3490
  • Chattahoochee National Forest (27 miles)
    Love the outdoors? You can hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail, visit Anna Ruby Falls, explore a historic mill village, or set up your fishing pole at the Chattahoochee National Forest. Stop by Brasstown Bald Visitor Information Center for a map.