The Carrollton Area is home to an altogether awesome assortment of attractions and venues where you can experience the authentic flavor and rhythm of our region. Come explore, experience and enjoy our community. The possibilities are unlimited.
Carrollton’s Adamson Square offers a fabulous blend of dining, shopping and entertainment – all in a charming, walkable area that combines historical architecture with a modern vibe. Sip a coffee or a craft brew, enjoy a bit of live music, pick up some terrific finds in our eclectic shops, or just sit, enjoy the shade, and people-watch.
Within 5 miles of Adamson Square
Bike or walk along the Carrollton GreenBelt, the longest closed-loop bike path in GA. Compete at the Hobbs’ Farm Park Disc Golf Course. See an art exhibit or a performance at the Carrollton Center for the Arts. Follow the thread of history and heritage through the area’s textile past at the Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum. Eat lunch at one of the more than 100 restaurants of all types in Carrollton. Tour and sample the brews at Printer’s Ale Brewery or Hixtown Brewery. Explore the campus of the University of West Georgia. During the summer, swim at either MidTown Water Park or the pool at Lakeshore Park. Picnic at East Carrollton Park and take the smaller children for a fun time at Castle Playground. Play a round of golf at Oak Mountain Championship Golf. Enjoy a concert or movie under the stars at The Amp, Carrollton’s downtown amphitheater.
Within 10 miles of Adamson Square
Swim, peddleboat across the lake, play miniature golf, camp or fish at John Tanner Park near Mt. Zion. Hike, bike or ride horseback along the extensive trails system at Little Tallapoosa Park just north of town on GA 113. Fly high above the ground on the longest zipline canopy tour in the world or walk the trails of nature and history at Historic Banning Mills (holder of two Guinness World Records) near Whitesburg. While you’re in that neck of the woods, travel the trails and visit the scenic and historic locations of Moore’s Bridge Park and McIntosh Reserve Park. Take a tour and try some of the best cheese in the world at Udderly Cool Creamery in Roopville. Sample the award-winning wines made right here in Carroll County at Little Vine Vineyards and Winery while enjoying a local acoustic act. Speaking of music, see some of your favorite top-name touring and local and regional acts at Mill Town Music Hall in Bremen or Copeland Hall in Bowdon. Or attend the area’s biggest live music festival, Little Big Jam, near Bowdon for three days at the start of October.
Within 20 miles of Adamson Square
Pan for gold and learn about Georgia’s first gold rush at Pine Mountain Gold Museum in Villa Rica. Enjoy the wines of Trillium Vineyards and Winery in Bremen. Spend a little time on the banks of the Chattahoochee River at Chattahoochee Bend State Park. Or explore the trails and historical ruins at Sweetwater Creek State Park near Douglasville.