Quality Inn & Suites
2385 Aubrey Lake Rd
Cartersville, GA 30120
Phone: (770) 382-7011
Fax: (770) 382-4201
One of the most frequently visited U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes in the nation, this beautiful popular 12,000 acre lake offers visitors a chance to enjoy picnicking, camping, hunting, fishing, swimming, and observing the abundant wildlife along the shores of the lake. The visitor's center is packed with information on the Army Corps of Engineers and the Civil War.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this building was once the Noble Hill Rosenwald School, the first school in Northwest Georgia constructed with Rosenwald funds that was dedicated specifically to the education of black children. The building now houses a black history museum and a cultural center.
The renowned Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church is situated at Cartersville in Georgia. The church building was erected and established in 1907. The building was built by eminent architect Walter T. Downing. It traces the Classical Revival style of architecture. The entire church is built on a land area of 1.5 acres (0.61 hectares). The church is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This sign has been authenticated by the Coca-Cola Company as being Coke's first outdoor painted wall advertisement and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This first-of-its-kind sign was paintbrushed by industrious Coca-Cola syrup salesmen James Couden.
Once the home of famous evangelist Samuel Porter Jones for whom Nashville's Ryman Auditorium was built, this beautifully restored Victorian mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is now used as a house museum which showcases the writings and memorabilia of Sam Jones and Rebecca Latimer Felton, a Bartow Countian who became the first woman to serve in the United States Senate in 1922.
Local volumes of marriage certificates, deeds, cemetery records, and much more are housed at this genealogy research library that also offers occasional workshops on American Indian heritage.
A full service marine service facility which can accommodate all of your nautical needs and offers a wide range of boats and watercraft for sale and for rent by the hour, half day, full day, and overnight.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a site on the Northwest Georgia's Blue & Gray Trail, this remnant of the Antebellum industrial center was started by Mark Anthony Cooper and the remaining cold blast furnace is a memorial to the iron empire. Visitors can hike the trails which lead to the overlook atop the Dam at Lake Allatoona or relax along the banks of the Etowah River while at this historic site.
Mark Anthony Cooper commissioned this monument to honor 38 friends who aided him when he was in a financial crisis. The monument is believed to be the only one of its kind in the world erected by a debtor to honor his creditors.
One of the city's largest recreational parks, Dellinger Park is a haven for sports enthusiasts offering an extensive array of facilities. Spanning 111 acres (44.92 hectares), the park offers as many as 14 tennis courts, six softball fields, a football field, basketball courts, an olympic-size swimming pool and even a miniature golf course. If you're not into sports, the park's lush expanse, complete with a lake and a gazebo make a picturesque setting for picnics. There are four ample picnic shelters as well. Check website for more.
A full service marina which offers wet slips and dry storage, boat repairs, a marine store, a campground and seven waterfront cabins, fishing licenses, supplies, live bait, and pontoon and ski boat rental for the half day, full day, or 24 hours.
Built by Washington W. King, son of freed slave and noted bridge builder Horace King, this bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is known as a landmark on Georgia's Covered Bridge Trail. The bridge is enhanced by the picturesque 1850s village which surrounds it.