Stay in Cartersville, Between Chattanooga and Atlanta
Traveling on I-75 between southeast Tennessee and Atlanta? The Country Inn & Suites, Cartersville, GA offers ideal lodging for business guests seeking meeting space
as well as families who enjoy swimming, fishing or boating at Lake Allatoona. Nearby Bartow History Museum features exhibits of area life from Cherokee times to the 20th century. Native American history and life is also enshrined at the Etowah Indian Mounds, less than eight miles from our hotel. Don’t leave Georgia without taking a stagecoach trip to the Wild West at the Booth Western Art Museum.
Don’t miss these things to do in Cartersville:
- Bartow History Museum (5.3 miles)
This fascinating museum gives a glimpse into the history of Bartow County from the time of the Cherokee residents through the 1950s.
Phone: +1 (770) 382-3818
- Booth Western Art Museum (4.5 miles)
Kids will love the hands-on, Western-themed activities such as riding a stagecoach or rustling up a Chuck Wagon special. Adults can experience the iconic American West through more than 100 traditional paintings and sculptures, a cowboy gallery, and intriguing exhibits dedicated to the mythic West and Native American art.
Phone: +1 (770) 387-1300
- Etowah Indian Mounds (7.6 miles)
Visit the home of several thousand Native Americans from 1000 A.D. to the 1500s, now featuring six earthen mounds, a plaza, a village area, borrow pits and a defensive ditch spread across this 54-acre site. The fish trap, hand-carved stone effigies and other artifacts are well worth the visit.
Phone: +1 (770) 387-3747
- Lake Allatoona (6.2 miles)
Pack a picnic lunch and head to one of the playgrounds or beaches surrounding this appealing lake. After a ballgame or horseshoe match, you can rent a boat and head out into deep water for fishing or sailing fun.
Phone: +1 (678) 721-6700