The 143,000 square feet Trade and Convention Center is the ideal location for indoor sporting groups such as basketball, soccer, cheer, gymnastics, wrestling & even indoor football. Features: 40,500 square foot Exhibit Hall, a 10,800 square foot Ballroom, Lecture Halls, and Meeting Spaces. Conveniently located off I-75. Schematics and capacity Layout here.
Lakeshore Park is a 45 acre park featuring: fishing pond, running/walking track (.25 miles), artificial turf soccer field, two softball fields, playground, picnic pavilions, and 10 court tennis center. Lakeshore Park was dedicated on June 14, 1975. The park was constructed with a grant from the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation which matched local funding.
A 300 acre park including: 10 softball fields, a corporate pavilion for 500 with all amenities, Junior League baseball fields, artificial turf soccer fields, tennis courts, disc golf, walking / jogging trails, and numerous picnic shelters.
Brown Park is a 36 acre complex featuring: John Davis Recreation Center, football/soccer fields, picnic pavilions, public swimming pool, playground area, and outdoor basketball and soccer courts. Brown Park is the City’s oldest park dating back to 1956. The Parks and Recreation administrative offices are located at this site.
Rollins Park is a 55 acre youth baseball facility featuring: five baseball fields, walking path, playground area, fishing pond, and picnic pavilions. The park was dedicated in 1988 and named in honor of Albert Rollins, a longtime city administrator and a great advocate for parks and recreation. The park officially opened for play in 1989.
Walnut Hill Farm is Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northwest Georgia. From the hilltops of the 85 acre property, panoramic vistas of the mountains may be enjoyed to both the East and the West. Offering spectacular sunrise and sunset views, Walnut Hill Farm is conveniently located less than 15 minutes off I-75 and about one mile from historic Praters Mill. Available for Weddings, Receptions, Meetings, Parties, Reunions, Dances and Cookouts.
A State-Of-The-Art facility featuring a range of flexible and functional rooms. Seating capacity ranges from 50 to 350 people. In-house catering, floral arrangements, tablecloths, and napkins are only a few amenities that Ryman Hall can provide. Whether you are looking for elegance, efficiency or style, let Ryman Hall coordinate your event. An additional special feature offered is a fully contained Gymnasium with a basketball court.
At Cotton and Twine Boutique, you can expect to be taken care of the moment you walk through the door; locally owned and operated by a mother and daughter team, driven to give you exceptional service with latest fashions in clothes and accessories!
Built in 1998, Raspberry Row provides customers with original gifts and home decor items, as well as creating an inviting and warm shopping atmosphere. 205 A. W. Cuyler St. (click to google map) Dalton, GA 30720
Angles Lesson – Design Mini Golf Course Year 6 – Investigate, with and without digital technologies, angles on a straight line, angles at a point and vertically opposite angles. Use results to find unknown angles Year 6 – Year 6 – Year 6 –
This Georgia State Park in the Chattahoochee National Forest offers beautiful trails winding through hardwood forest and blueberry thickets that hikers and mountain bikers will enjoy. During the summer, families lounge around the sandy beach surrounding a clear mountain lake. Camping, cabins, horseback riding, mountain biking, swimming and picnicking are available. Park hours: 7:00am – 10:00pm Directions from Dalton: Hwy. 52 east 25 miles
Since 2004, the Snake Creek Gap Time Trials are held in Dalton. This mountain bike event pits riders against each other, the terrain and the elements. To highlight the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, Dalton pit the North against the South. This time the battle was on fat tires. Grouping was based on the geographical location of the riders. In 2011, the North won the 1st Annual Battle of Snake Creek Gap trophy, which can be viewed at the Freight Depot in Downtown Dalton.