Deluxe Corporation announced 20 towns in the running for Season 3 of the Small Business Revolution–Main Street

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Communities have a chance to win a $500,000 revitalization Main Street After thousands of nominations from small towns all over the country, Deluxe Corporation today announced the 20 communities that are in the running for season 3 of the highly acclaimed Small Business Revolution – Main Street series. On Sept. 28, Deluxe launched the second […]

Make Way for Winter in Cartersville, Georgia

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Cowboys, science, history and performing arts heat up the season in this Northwest Georgia destination Beat the winter blues with scientific explorations, hiking adventures, performing arts and more in Cartersville, Georgia, conveniently located 45 miles north of downtown Atlanta via I-75. With a friendly population of just over 20,000, Cartersville-Bartow County embodies small town charm […]

Reinvent the Concept of Getting Away at Barnsley Resort

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Feel worlds away, less than an hour from Atlanta Situated on the storybook site of an 1840s Southern estate, Barnsley Resort is where history, outdoor adventure and Southern comfort magically come together as one. Not far from downtown Cartersville and easily accessible, just 60 miles north of Atlanta and south of Chattanooga, this 3,000-acre, dog-friendly […]

Beyond the Pumpkin: Autumn in Cartersville, Georgia

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Arts, crafts and a brand-new option for getting away from it all make for an autumn escape to remember This fall, make the most of the season with four fall festivals, hiking and a restorative escape to Barnsley Garden’s new Inn—all in Cartersville-Bartow County, Georgia, conveniently located 45 miles north of Atlanta via I-75. Save […]

Summer Adventure Awaits in Northwest Georgia

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From cowboys and Indians to historic sites, a total eclipse to aqua adventure–make memories that last in Cartersville, Georgia This summer, find adventure in Cartersville, Georgia, conveniently located 45 miles north of downtown Atlanta via I-75. With a friendly population of just over 20,000, Cartersville-Bartow County embodies small town charm with a “Cowboys and Indians […]

The Dixie Highway 90-Mile Yard Sale Returns June 2-4, 2017

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The annual Dixie Highway 90-Mile Yard Sale has grown steadily since it began in 2006. Pickers, junkers and down-right thrifty shoppers will be out in force once again as the sale returns June 2-4, 2017. “Visitor interest in this year’s sale has grown 17 percent year-to-date,” said Regina Wheeler of the Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & […]

The Heart of Cartersville, Georgia

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Cartersville, Georgia, may be made up of small-town charm and unique cultural attractions, but it’s the people who give the city its pulse. People like Chef Chris Lyons. A culinary maestro in flavor and imagination, Lyons brings big city creations to this quaint part of the Peach State. After working for million-dollar restaurants in Atlanta, […]

Taste Your Way through Cartersville, Georgia

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Home to 14 chef-owned-and-operated restaurants, the small Southern town of Cartersville, Georgia, packs a powerful culinary punch. Stop at hometown favorite 4-Way Lunch on Main Street. This iconic diner has been a mainstay since 1931 and, believe it or not, they’ve never installed a telephone. Meaning, you’ll have to go to the 4-Way to place […]

Discover Hidden Gems in Cartersville, Georgia

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Embark on a treasure hunt in Cartersville, Georgia, where hidden gems await your discovery. Pull out the camera and capture a memory that fizzes with fun in front of the world’s first Coca-Cola outdoor painted wall advertisement. A syrup salesman painted the downtown sign in 1894 on the side of the Young Brothers Pharmacy; the […]

Cartersville, Georgia—A Small Southern Town with Big-City Culture

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Cartersville, Georgia—A Small Southern Town with Big-City Culture Welcomes Ansel Adams Exhibit and One Showcasing the Life of JFK Cartersville, Georgia, is known for its small town appeal; but, with its sophisticated  and unique attractions, visitors might think they’ve ventured into the big city. Immerse yourself in America’s story at Booth Western Art Museum in […]

Only in Cartersville, Georgia

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  Visit Cartersville, Georgia, for one-of-a-kind experiences. Make downtown Cartersville your first stop for a Wild West adventure in the sunny South. The Booth Western Art Museum is the only museum of its kind in the Southeast, and it houses the largest permanent exhibition space for Western American art in the nation. The museum’s award-winning […]

Historic Cartersville, Georgia, Sparkles with Fresh Attractions

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Cartersville, Georgia, is known for its historic charm, but there are plenty of new world-class attractions popping up in this deep-rooted Southern city. Ditch the typical travel sports destination and head to LakePoint Sporting Community. LakePoint is set on 1,300 acres of land and features eight baseball fields, three multi-purpose fields, 10 beach volleyball courts, […]

From Shredding Waterways to Hiking Mountain Peaks, Cartersville, Georgia, is for Adventurers

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Love the outdoors? Then you will love a trip to Cartersville, Georgia. Take adventure to H2O at Terminus Wake Park. A cable system gives guests the thrill of towed watersports without a boat. Choose your sport—wakeboarding, wake skating, kneeboarding or water-skiing—and let the 32-foot high running cable be your guide. No experience? No problem. Terminus […]

From Ancient Indian Artifacts to One of the State’s First Civil Rights Victories, Cartersville, Georgia, Brims with History

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History buffs will rejoice in the natural classroom found in Cartersville, Georgia. For the first time in 100 years, Etowah artifacts are returning to the Peach State, to be displayed through October 1, at the Tellus Science Museum. Immerse yourself in the ancient culture of the Mississippians in the display, “From Clay to Copper.” The […]