Retreat, meet and compete in Carrollton. Explore the shops, restaurants and galleries of historic downtown. Go fly fishing on Snake Creek, camping or horseback riding at McIntosh Reserve Park or knock a ball around in our top-notch recreation facilities.
Take home a memory when you experience the "Screaming Eagle" half-mile zip line at Historic Banning Mills. See a show at the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center or shoot a hole-in-one at your choice of several championship quality golf courses. Swim off the largest Georgia State Park sand beach at John Tanner State Park.
Hold your business meeting, wedding or family reunion here or learn a thing or two at the University of West Georgia. Discover off-the-beaten-path historic sites in Roopville, Whitesburg and Bowdon. Carrollton is a flourishing community with so much to do!
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Carrollton, GA 30117
I-20 west of Atlanta, then south on US Hwy 27.Visit Website
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Carrollton Travel Guides
Carrollton City Cemetery Walking Guide
Located across two hilltops along what was once the outskirts of town the Carrollton City Cemetery is a peaceful and stately oasis in the historic heart of Carrollton.
Jul 4, 2016 - Jul 4, 2016Carrollton City Schools ComplexView on Map
800-292-0871Carrollton celebrates our country's birthday in style with the annual People's Parade through downtown in the morning and the Sounds of Liberty concert and fireworks... Find Out More
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