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Tucked away near the northwest corner of Georgia in Bartow County, you’ll find Cartersville. The town began life by being christened as Birmingham by its original English settlers, but by 1854 was incorporated as Cartersville. As of 2010, the Bartow County seat had grown to an estimated population of over 21,000.
About an hour’s drive from Atlanta, it’s well worth the drive. Over 20 trails greet the hiker and cycler as they wind through quiet pine forests, along the river, and down old mining railroad paths. For less strenuous activity, the Etowah River Trail is the perfect way to unwind as you glide along in a kayak, canoe, or tube. If you have a need for speed, the marinas at nearby Allatoona Lake rent jet skis and boats, plus pontoons and even barges for floating parties. Need to try wakeskating, water skiing, or wakeboarding in a more managed, safe environment? Terminus Wake Park, a cable-driven venue, awaits.
And, there’s always fishing. The bass fishing on Allatoona Lake is famous across the South. And nothing beats golfing in the beauty of the Appalachians. Woodland Hills Golf Club and Barnsley Resort both have world-class public courses where you can try for that elusive hole in one.
Not to be missed are the Smithsonian Affiliate museums, such as the Rose Lawn Museum, named by WSBTV as, “One of Georgia’s Hidden Treasures.” Then there’s the Tellus Science Museum, Booth Western Art Museum, Bartow History Museum, and Etowah Indian Mounds. And for something completely different, that the whole family will enjoy, there is Georgia’s Largest Camel Herd. Located at the Pettit Creek Farm you’ll find over 21 camels, a giraffe, zebras, kangaroos, reindeer, llamas, and many other exotic animals, plus a wide variety of familiar farm animals. Visitors can pet and feed almost any animal (probably not the honeybees or the porcupine, though!) as they tour the 80-acre farm, whether walking or riding, as ponies are available for the kids.
A small town filled with a surprising amount of fun and amenities, Cartersville is a great place to “get away from it all”.