Nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Dalton's location is great for day hikes or nature walks on picturesque trails. We also have two 18-hole public golf courses with miles of lush rolling hills. If you like to hunt, fish, swim, play disc and miniature golf, visit historical historic sites, or catch an art exhibit or play, we've got plenty of choices.
Dalton is full of rich and fascinating history. Reminisces of The Civil War can be discovered all over Dalton.
Learn about the Western and Atlantic Railroad and its significance during the Civil War to Dalton's textile productions. Visit the Emery Center and Praters Mill. Take a step back in time and experience the history of this north Georgia town.
Our charming town boasts a superb entertainment district featuring local dining options, bars, taverns, live music, and eclectic shops.
Looking for family fun, visit Dalton Falls, a fun center packed with plenty of activites. The adults can enjoy live music with great food options at Crescent City Tavern. With several bars, taverns, wine shops, breweries, a moonshine distillery, and live music every weekend, downtown Dalton is the place to be.
Dining in Dalton
Join us daily at The Bistro for breakfast choices and a variety of dinner and cocktail options in the evening. Want more options? Head to Hamilton Street for a taste of local cuisines.
Walk down Hamilton St. for dining options from quaint cafes like Oakwood Café to the exciting Native Kitchen's farm- to- table concept. Downtown Dalton has an array of options for all foodies to indulge.