The History Lover’s Guide to Cartersville


Nearly 200 years ago, after the removal of the Cherokee Indians in the area, a small group of families settled in what’s known today as [...]

The History Lover’s Guide to Cartersville2022-08-10T15:24:25-04:00

Saddle Up and Ride


When you hear "Saddle Up and Ride to Cartersville", some might think of paying a visit to the Booth Western Art Museum, but others think [...]

Saddle Up and Ride2021-04-07T12:13:06-04:00

My Valentine is A…


How would you describe your Valentine? Just finish the sentence "My Valentine is a _________" to plan a memorable celebration filled with new discoveries in Cartersville, Georgia. [...]

My Valentine is A…2022-01-24T12:30:05-05:00

Remembering Georgia’s First State Park for African Americans


Georgia’s first “Negro” State Park was created on Allatoona Lake in 1950, when John Loyd Atkinson, a Tuskegee Airman in World War II, sought a [...]

Remembering Georgia’s First State Park for African Americans2020-08-14T14:24:47-04:00
Go to Top