About 33,000 people call Dalton in Northwest Georgia home.
Atlanta, the state capital, is located 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the southeast of Dalton, while Knoxville is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the northeast.
Peer back through the pages of time at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and New Echota Historic Site, two of the important historic buildings and sites in Dalton. For some more history lessons, it is also a good idea to visit some of the other monuments and heritage buildings in Dalton.
For a real taste of the Dalton region, surprise that someone special with a visit to Georgia Winery, one of the area’s most popular wineries and vineyards. Take a walking tour through the vineyards, learn how sommeliers recognize quality drops, then, if the wine is to your liking, arrange to have a case shipped back home.
When vacationing in the Dalton area, take the children to Lake Winnepesaukah for a day of fun and laughter. Don't pass up the opportunity to visit this lively and exciting attraction, offering hours of laughter for the young and the young at heart.
Discover David Pond, an idyllic spot where people love to retreat and dip their toes in the water. Even if the sun isn’t shining, this serene location is a great place to head to enjoy the local landscape.
Take a little time to remember the loyalty and valour of Dalton’s past residents at the Cherokee Indian Memorial. This much-loved monument provides a fascinating introduction into the sometimes turbulent history of the Dalton region.