Have you ever wanted to live in or visit a place where you felt absolutely at home? There is a place in the Northwest Georgia Mountains that may not be well known, but it's a place of beauty, comfort and excitement just waiting to be discovered.
Touted as the Gateway to the Appalachians, Chatsworth is a land of enchantment, from our rich Native American history, the beauty of our majestic mountains with their spectacular blaze of fall colors, to our uncomplicated, yet progressive lifestyle. Hike out to the mysterious wall at Fort Mountain State Park; camp in the pristine outdoors of the Cohutta Wilderness; taste fruits off the vine and learn about mead wine at the Cohutta Springs Winery; and relax in casual comfort at the Cohutta Springs Lodge, Wilderness View Cabins or Hearthstone Lodge Bed and Breakfast.
Visitor Information Center
126 North Third Avenue
Chatsworth, GA 30705
Located approximately 12 miles off I-75, Exit 333 (Hwy 52) on US Hwy 411.Visit Website
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Dec 19, 2015 - Dec 19, 201582 Ga. Highway 225 NView on Map
706-695-2598Gingerbread has been a winter European favorite for centuries. Decorate a gingerbread cookie with a ranger and find out what this delicious treat has in common with Chief... Find Out More
Nov 28, 2015 - Nov 28, 2015181 Fort Mountain Park RdView on Map
706-422-1932Volunteers will help decorate the Chatsworth Christmas Parade float. Any volunteers willing to ride the float in the parade on December 5th would be greatly appreciated... Find Out More
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