Just a short drive north of Atlanta, you can make everyone happy with a visit to Cartersville. A Real Georgia Gem - Cartersville is a gateway to the metro area and the north Georgia mountains with easy access from Interstate 75. Popular attractions include Allatoona Lake, Red Top Mountain State Park, Booth Western Art Museum, Tellus Science Museum, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site, Barnsley Resort, Bartow History Museum and more.
New, with more to come, is LakePoint Sports - staged to become the world's most comprehensive sports tournament vacation destination. Now at play is Terminus Wake Park, Perfect Game Baseball, Rally Volleyball, soccer and lacrosse.
Get free visitor information on Cartersville, Adairsville and all of Bartow County, plus 300 Georgia destinations inside the Clarence Brown Conference Center. Ample motorcoach/RV parking and restroom facilities are available on site. Be sure to ask about Downtown Cartersville - a super dining and shopping destination!
Visitor Information Center
5450 State Route 20
Cartersville, GA 30121
I-75 Exit 290, GA 20 west one mile. Turn left into Clarence Brown Conference Center campus.Visit Website
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Clarence Brown Conference Center
Just north of Atlanta in Cartersville, Georgia, the Clarence Brown Conference Center is the region’s preferred venue for gatherings of two to 2,000.
115 West Cherokee AvenueView on Map
770-606-8862Our library consists of over 400 volumes of local and regional history, which we make available to researchers, each one cataloged by the Bartow County Library and accessible... Find Out More
Nov 5, 2016 - Nov 5, 2016813 Indian Mounds Road SWView on Map
770-387-3747Enjoy a hayride tour of the Etowah Mounds at night by torchlight followed by a fun evening of snacks and Native American stories. This is a Friends of Etowah Indian Mounds... Find Out More
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