Chatsworth Georgia Attractions
Enjoy the serenity of Chatsworth, Georgia the county seat of Murray County. Let Chatsworth take your breath away in its serene outdoor tranquility. Our quiet and peaceful part of the US is home to the infamous Chattahoochee National Forest. This truly is the place for those most at home in nature.
Seasons permitting, Chattahoochee is open for hunting and fishing. Also available for your enjoyment is white water rafting! Try your hand at our wretched rapids - our infamous white water has been the setting for many competitions and contests. There is also hiking and biking available for those that want to experience Georgia's untouched nature./p>
Also within close proximity of Chatsworth is the Cohutta Wilderness Area on the southernmost end of the Appalachian Mountains. Enjoy the natural splendor of this wilderness area including superb fishing and world-class mountain bike trails. Come to Chatsworth and enjoy all that is outdoors in north Georgia!
Chief Vann House • 4.8 miles
82 Ga. Highway 225 N, Chatsworth , GA 30705 (706) 695-2598
Called the “Showplace of the Cherokee Nation,” this two-story classic mansion is one of the best-preserved Cherokee plantation homes. Built by James Vann in 1804, it was the first brick home within the Cherokee Nation. The mansion is decorated with beautiful hand carvings and features a remarkable “floating” staircase along with many fine antiques.
Dalton, GA (Carpet Capital of the World) • 14.0 miles
Driving on Interstate 75, it's not hard to tell you're in the Carpet Capital of the World! One can't help but notice the frequency of carpet and rug outlets dotting the highway, a shopper's dream come true and a place where buyers from all over the United States flock to compare price and quality. You are sure to find what you need among over 100 carpet and rug outlet stores. Carpet can be bought here with savings of 30 to70%.
Mystery Dog Ranch • 26.0 miles
975 Wooten Road, Ringgold, GA 30736 (706) 935-5559
Outdoor entertainment with horseback riding and BBQ's. We offer the best steak in town with the most fun anywhere around. We also have horses, fishing, paddle boat, horseshoes, bon fires, etc.
National Racking Horse Show • 28.0 miles
The show is held at the Murray County Saddle Club in Chatsworth Georgia. Website:http://www.murraycountysaddleclub.com/
The National Racking Horse Association dedicates itself to supporting the Saddlebred, Walkingbred, and National bred horse and encourages horse show Chairmen to include an equal amount of classes for all types.
Ocoee River • 28.0 miles
great on the Ocoee. The Ocoee floatway sees more than 200,000 recreation visits each year. The U.S. Forest Service manages a number of recreation areas on lands around the Ocoee River. Swimming and picnicking facilities are available, as well as boat launching ramps. Parksville Lake, also called Lake Ocoee, is easily accessible from Interstate 75, and is popular because the lake level fluctuates very little during the year. Parksville is a scenic lake, with vistas of the Cherokee National Forest.
Chickamauga Battlefield • 30.0 miles
Phone: (706) 866-9241
It owes its existence largely to the efforts of General H.V. Boynton and Ferdinand Van Derveer, both veterans of the Army of the Cumberland, who saw the need for a national park to preserve and commemorate these battlefields during a visit to the area in 1888.
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