Whether needing assistance to find a great place to eat, attraction, or somewhere to sleep, stop in at any of the Visitor Centers listed below on your next trip to Georgia’s Historic High Country to receive help and guidance.
305 S. Depot Street
Dalton Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
696 First Avenue, East Ellijay
Gilmer County Chamber of Commerce
500 Stegall Drive, Jasper
Pickens County Chamber of Commerce
2726 I-75 South, Ringgold
The State of Georgia Visitor Information Center located at the GA/TN line is between exits 353 and 350 going south on I-75. You'll find brochures, maps, and personal service to help you plan and facilitate your travel in the Peach State.
10052 N. Highway 27, Rock Spring, GA 30739
The Walker County Chamber of Commerce's Regional Visitors Center is Walker County's only designated Visitors Information Center by the State of Georgia. The center features local brochures, maps and specialty information about the numerous attractions found in Walker County, including Rock City, McLemore's Cove, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Miltary Park, and much more. Information concerning other areas of Georgia may also be found at this location, including Georgia's Rome, Atlanta and Georgia maps.
402 Civic Center Drive, Rome, GA 30161
Make the Rome-Floyd Visitor Center your first stop for information on Rome and Floyd County. Discover Native American history, Civil War heritage, a vibrant downtown, inspiration at Berry College and Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum Home, sporting fun with the Rome Braves and more! Housed in a 1901 train depot with an attached caboose, the Rome-Floyd Visitor Center is your one-stop-shop for all things Georgia's Rome!
The State of Georgia Visitor Information Center located at the GA/AL line is the first exit upon entering Georgia on I-20 East. You'll find brochures, maps, and personal service to help you plan and facilitate your travel in the Peach State.
106 Temple St, Villa Rica, GA 30180
Villa Rica has a rich history – literally since 1826, people have been discovering gold in the City of Villa Rica. Villa Rica is home to the Georgia’s Forgotten Gold Rush of 1826, as well as being home to Coca-Cola legend Asa Candler and the Father of Gospel music Thomas A. Dorsey. Villa Rica provides a charming getaway destination right around the corner from the fast pace of Atlanta.
70 Murphy Campus Blvd., Waco, GA 30182
Greater Haralson Tourism