Explore the outdoors in Dalton, GA

Whether you're looking for a relaxing activity or something more adventurous, the location of our Country Inn & Suites off I-75 places you close to a variety of things to do. Discover downtown Dalton's unique shops, historical sites, outdoor markets and local restaurants during your stay, or head to Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests to hike to the park's popular twin waterfalls. Your family will love visiting Prater's Mill, where you can watch the antique millstones grind corn into cornmeal and then purchase your own two-pound bag.
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Chickamauga National Military Park

18.35 mi / 29.54 km from the hotel
Take a self-guided tour of Chickamauga National Military Park, site of one of the largest battles in the Civil War. Spanning more than 9,000 acres, this park has a visitor center with exhibits and a film covering the 1863 Battle of Chickamauga.

Chief Vann House State Historic Site

10.31 mi / 16.59 km from the hotel
Once the home of Cherokee Indian leader James Vann, this historic house is open for tours. Highlights of the tour include the home's beautiful hand carvings, a floating staircase, a 12-foot mantle and numerous antiques throughout the house.

Fort Mountain State Park

17.04 mi / 27.42 km from the hotel
Hike, horseback ride or mountain bike along the winding trails of this scenic park, which also offers spectacular views on the drive to the park via Highway 52.

Historic Downtown Dalton

2.16 mi / 3.48 km from the hotel
Spend a fun afternoon exploring downtown Dalton, where you can find shops, restaurants, art galleries, outdoor markets and seasonal festivals.

Prater's Mill

10.55 mi / 16.98 km from the hotel
There's plenty to keep you busy at Prater's Mill, a living history museum that features a working grist mill, a general store and a cotton gin. Hike the nature trails, take a canoe ride on Coahulla Creek, or treat your kids to a pony ride.

Tunnel Hill Heritage Center

5.85 mi / 9.41 km from the hotel
Tour the 1,477-foot-long Western & Atlantic Tunnel, visitor center, museum and the 1848 Clisby Austin House at Tunnel Hill Heritage Center. Learn all about this historic railroad tunnel, built in 1848, and its impact on the Civil War.