The rolling hills of Calhoun/Gordon County are steeped in history and adventure. Step back 150 years to the Battle of Resaca and discover where much of the heaviest fighting occurred at the start of Sherman's Atlanta Campaign. Walk in the footsteps of the Cherokee Indians and see where the tragic "Trail of Tears" officially began.
Paddle the rivers and lakes, hike or bike the scenic trails, and tour a local farm. If shopping is more your style, search the sales at Calhoun Premium Outlets, find unique souvenirs and gifts in Downtown Calhoun or stroll the seasonal farmers' markets.
For the arts enthusiast, tour the Roland Hayes Museum and galleries at the Harris Arts Center, enjoy acclaimed entertainment at Calhoun's restored GEM Theatre, and marvel at the beauty of the Folk Art Garden.
Conveniently located between Atlanta and Chattanooga with six exits on I-75, Gordon County offers easy access to plentiful dining choices, entertainment, shopping and lodging.
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300 South Wall Street
Calhoun, GA 30701
I-75, about 1 hour north of Atlanta, exits 312 - 320.Visit Website
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Copper Creek Farm
The Copper Creek is a beautiful farm located at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, about an hour north of Atlanta. It's a place where families, school groups, and even businesses can come to enjoy what we call Agritourism. Copper Creek is owned by the Grogan family.
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