History

History

Step back in time as you walk in the footsteps of Civil War soldiers and Cherokee Indians. Gordon County is rich in history – experience it firsthand.


attractions


The ROCK Garden

Located behind the Calhoun Seventh-day Adventist Church, this volunteer built, folk art pleasance is a must-see! In addition to the acre of flowers and greenery, there are more than 50 diminutive buildings all crafted from tiny stones, pebbles, shells and odd pieces. The miniature castles and cathedrals provide a perfect photo opportunity for children of all ages!...

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Stress Knot Massage Studio

Unwind with a Swedish or deep tissue massage or treat yourself to a quick chair massage. Each massage is given in a calm and soothing environment which encourages relaxation for the mind, body, and soul. ...

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Calhoun A-OK Campground

Unwind, relax, build a fire and have some s'mores! In addition to RV hook-ups and deluxe cabins, the campground offers a gem mining sluice, petting zoo, pet play park, catch & release fishing pond, mini golf, bike rentals, swimming pool, and game room. The western-style banquet room is a perfect place to celebrate birthdays, reunions, retirements, weddings and holidays. The banquet room includes a full kitchen, 9-foot electric movie screen for movies, karaoke, slide shows and Wii games, satellite TV and an outdoor patio....

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Resaca Battlefield Historic Site

Walk the six-miles of trail systems where much of the heaviest fighting occurred at the first major battle of the “Atlanta Campaign”. The park includes massive earthen Confederate and Federal infantry and artillery fortifications, interpretive signage, and a covered picnic pavilion. Open Friday – Sunday, dawn to dusk. Free admission. Pet friendly, leash required....

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The Rising Osteopathic Family Medicine & Medical Spa

The Osteopathic Principles are based on restorative methods & achieving the combined health of the body, mind, & spirit. The goal of care is to optimize & maintain health, replacing the disease model with a health model. ...

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