So, you have been planning something for the group to do in the Foothills. It could be for your family. Perhaps, your church ladies group is looking for some ideas. The school will be hosting a field trip. Whatever the reason, the Foothills are filled with great ideas for every interest and budget. In any direction, the region can be crossed within 90 minutes. This is actually closer than when traveling between attractions on a week long vacation. This means, you can go shop hopping from Chattanooga to Carrollton. Dine in Hiram and go to a Rome Braves Game. Visit downtown Cartersville and go ride the Blue Ridge Railway. A combination of things can be done traveling to and from where you live without much time, gas, and effort. Let us know what you discover on our back roads. We are truly SMALL TOWN AMERICA! You are making memories. In our region, it could be your best memories yet…!
APPALACHIAN FOOTHILLS: GEORGIA ROAD TRIP!
If trails could talk, voices of the past would be echoed across the Appalachian foothills at the deepest southwestern tip of the region.
Mountain ranges meander from the Canadian border across elevations in the Western Hemisphere. The Cumberlands, Alleghenies, and Blue Ridge join other ranges to form some of the most spectacular scapes on earth.
As civilizations roamed this land for thousands of years, the Native Americans have left their foot prints that tell their story.
Europeans would come and settle Appalachia. When the United States seceded from the king’s control of Europe in 1776, the miracle of a new nation under God’s blessing would create its own memories that would be handed down from generation to generation.
Untold stories, untouched natural wonders, and undiscovered trails along the back roads of Appalachia have whispered a rhythm that still beats on the heart strings of many who
come for a visit, or stay and call this home.
Road trips off the beaten path into north Georgia and north Alabama into the Appalachian foothills will take you across scenic byways, historic places, outdoor adventure, local flavor, unique shops, and treasures you may be among the first to discover.
For a grand slam, consider a game in season with the Rome Braves.
Take a guided nature hike and learn about the Little River Canyon region between deepest gorges east of the Mississippi, and the last of the highest peaks before the Appalachian foothills fade into much more gentle landscapes.
Ride the oldest attraction in the United States. Stroll through one of the nation’s oldest and well loved amusement parks.
Enjoy a day on the farm. Tour an old home place that was used in the movies, then realize that the journey has only begun.
Discover on the back roads of the Appalachian foothills flavor that will entertain your
If you enjoy BBQ, Cajun, Seafood, Italian, Greek, Mexican, Mongolian Stir Fry, and more, talented chefs share their own talents and bring to the table their own special recipe to make your road trip a favorite memory worth repeating.
Enjoy a treat along the Sweet Tooth Trail. However, you may be looking for some of the region’s quaint places to dine along the Tea & Coffee Trail.
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SUPRISES IN HARALSON COUNTY
Paradise Arabians in La Fayette, Georgia
Paradise Arabian is a unique horse farm. Check out their website at paradisearabians.com to see what they have to offer from touring the facility to staying overnight. They are located in LaFayette, Georgia and can be reached at 706-397-9950
On this tour, one will learn many stories among the "Romans" buried in this historic cemetery. One will discover some of the counties most notable. See if you can figure out who they are. This will include one of the First Ladies of the United States of America. Download your free app and set your schedule to take the tour.
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SEE THE ROME BRAVES
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The Rome Braves have been a staple for groups of any size in Northwest Georgia. Many families and churches have found this a fun group event. They have facilities and catering available for group events, bithday parties, and more.
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