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.


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Kidz Play

The Area's Only Indoor Bounce House Center! Enjoy a full range of the latest and safest slides, bouncies and obstacle courses in the comfort of an indoor facility....

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Salacoa Creek Park

A 364 acre recreational area consisting of 32 RV sites with 30 amp electric hook-ups, water, fire ring, picnic table, deck and dump station; 25 primitive camping sites with restrooms and shower facilities, 126 acre lake, swimming and beach area, 2 playgrounds, picnic pavilion (with electricity and water) that accommodates up to 100 people, boat launch area (electric motors only), john boat rentals, and a 1.5 mile nature trail. Pet friendly, leash required....

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Calhoun Parks & Recreation

The City of Calhoun recreation facilities feature 15 Tennis courts, 9 softball & baseball fields, 4 full-size soccer fields, a football field, gymnasium with basketball courts, swimming pool, the largest playground in Northwest Georgia, picnic area, pavilions, paved trail for walking, running & cycling, and 125 acres of green space....

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Tactical Guns & Ammo/Indoor Shooting Range

An indoor shooting facility and gun store....

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Fort Wayne Civil War Historic Site

Fort Wayne features two well-preserved fortified areas used by both Confederate and Union forces during and after the Civil War. Visitors can walk the one mile trail to view the original parade grounds and entrenchments which are the last known constructed by the Georgia Militia. Confederates placed a light artillery battery on a hill overlooking the Oostanaula River that was used extensively during the Battle of Resaca. After the battle, Union forces occupied these fortifications to guard the Western & Atlantic Railroad bridge until after the war. Open daily dawn-dusk. Free admission. Pet friendly, leash required....

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