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DECATUR I 1670 Scott Blvd #104, Decatur, GA 30033 (404) 292-0208 (404) 294-0701

Welcome to the City of Decatur, the county seat of DeKalb and home to more than 200 restaurants, boutiques, galleries, salons and services. Enjoy our year-round calendar of events and festivals including concerts, arts festival, book festival, craft beer festival, wine festival, beach party, and more. Located just six miles east of Atlanta, we are next door to the DeKalb Farmer’s Market and about 15 minutes away from Stone Mountain Park. Come walk our tree-lined streets, and enjoy our historic cemetery self-guided walking tour. [1]

DECATUR II 4282 Memorial Dr, Suite C Decatur, GA 30032 (404) 292-0208 (404) 294-0701

Welcome to the City of Decatur, the county seat of DeKalb and home to more than 200 restaurants, boutiques, galleries, salons and services. Enjoy our year-round calendar of events and festivals including concerts, arts festival, book festival, craft beer festival, wine festival, beach party, and more. Located just six miles east of Atlanta, we are next door to the DeKalb Farmer’s Market and about 15 minutes away from Stone Mountain Park. Come walk our tree-lined streets, and enjoy our historic cemetery self-guided walking tour. [1]

STOCKBRIDGE 1522 Rock Quarry Rd Stockbridge, GA 30281 (678) 289-8840 (678) 289-8859

Conveniently located 20 miles south of Atlanta off I-75 and I-675, Stockbridge is often recognized as the gateway to Henry County. Supportive economic development, excellent public services and fabulous small town hospitality are all reasons why Stockbridge continues to enjoy tremendous growth. Stockbridge is the proud home of Panola State Park, Merle Manders Conference Center and Eagle’s Landing Country Club. We are minutes away from great restaurants and comfortable hotels.[2]

LITHONIA 6000 Hillandale Dr. Ste 105 Lithonia, GA 30058 (404) 850-9390 (404) 943-9975

Downtown Lithonia was recently nominated to the National Register of Historic Places and is home to a variety of businesses. The city is a pedestrianfriendly area with interesting architecture and lots of history. In the spring, the Lithonia Stewart Amphitheater will be returning to host concerts and other cultural events. Stonecrest is a lively business area featuring shopping, dining and lodging, centered around the Mall at Stonecrest. The Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area encompasses over 40,000 acres and offers visitors natural wonders, compelling history and includes Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve and Panola Mountain State Park. The rare, native plant species, such as the signature red diamorpha in the winter and fall’s yellow daisies, make it seem as though the rock is in constant metamorphosis. [3]

COLUMBUS 5820 Veterans Pkwy, Suite 301 Columbus, GA 31904 (404) 850-9390 (404) 943-9975

Enjoy a lazy river ride in the morning and a wild adventure with class V rapids in the afternoon on the longest urban whitewater course in the world. Take a high adventure on the zip line that crosses the Chattahoochee River from Georgia to Alabama and back again. Visit the National Infantry Museum and experience 200+ years of history of the U.S. Infantry. Fly to the moon at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center or study distant planets at the Omnisphere Planetarium. Simulators and artifacts from NASA’s space program provide a glimpse that are truly out of this world. Explore your creative side with our arts scene. Visit the Springer Opera House, the State Theatre of Georgia, Columbus Museum, one of the largest museums in the Southeast that brings American art and regional history to life, and RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, the centerpiece of the city’s new arts and entertainment district. When you’re hungry, no other destination offers more authentic, eclectic Southern cuisine! [4]


Marietta is graced with a historic town square, five National Register Historic Districts, a dramatic mountain backdrop, and just enough mileage between it and Atlanta to give it the ĂŠlan of a cosseted and well-heeled small town with the vibrancy of an urban environment. A pocket-sized parcel 18 miles northwest of Atlanta, this county seat of Cobb County is rich in arts and culture, Civil War history and heritage.

220 N Cobb Pkwy, Suite 200 Marietta, GA 30062 (404) 850-9390 (404) 984-0000

The Marietta Trolley offers one-hour, fully narrated tours Thursday-Sunday from Antebellum Square, past grand antebellum homes, to the battlefields at Kennesaw Mountain. Purchase a Marietta Heritage Passport for savings on admission to the Marietta Museum of History, The Root House Museum, and the Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum: Scarlett on the Square. When visiting Marietta, make the Marietta Visitors Bureau located in the old Western & Atlantic Railroad Passenger Depot your first stop for local information. [5]

DULUTH 2131 Pleasant Hill Rd, Suite 124 Duluth, GA 30096 (470) 289-0924 (770) 622-2369

Duluth is the place to truly capture the “Spirit of Good Living.” Festivals and events such as the Duluth Fall Festival and Barefoot in the Park are hallmarks of the Duluth Town Green, where concerts, dining, entertainment and shopping come together. Duluth is known for its small town feel with bigcity amenities. Its historic Downtown area offers breathtaking views of old charm. Duluth offers everything from Red Clay Music Foundry, featuring Eddie Owen Presents, and the New Dawn Theater. It is also home to the Southeastern Railway Museum, the Arena at Gwinnett Center and the Hudgens Center for the Arts. Duluth was recently named “Top 10 City for Best American Values” by NewsMax magazine, one of the “Best Affordable Suburbs in America” by Bloomberg Businessweek magazine and “Top 10 Safest City to Live” by Movoto. Plan your next trip to Duluth! [6]

ATHENS 2090 Prince Ave. Athens, GA 30606 (470) 705-7700 (404) 943-9975

Take a hip trip to Athens, Georgia! The eclectic college town of Athens is 61 miles northeast of Atlanta, nestled just below the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. A vibrant, restored Victorian-era downtown teems with art galleries, trendy shops, world-renowned nightclubs and distinctive dining. Historic architecture and impressive gardens complete the unique blend of traditional heritage and trend-setting southern culture. The vibe and energy that gave birth to R.E.M and the B-52’s are alive and well today! [7]

SANDY SPRINGS 5335 Rosewell Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30342 (404) 850-9390 (404) 943-9975

Sandy Springs is close to all the Atlanta attractions yet is a Cozy community offering an alternative to staying downtown. Proudly boasting the Southern Hospitality and charm that Georgia is famous for, our city is the sixth largest in the state. Enjoy some of the free or inexpensive gems that await you in Sandy Springs. Just minutes from downtown yet worlds apart, we are the last stop on the MARTA Rail System, avoid traffic and parking hassles, hop on and enjoy the ride! [8]

AUGUSTA 1265-A Interstate Pkwy. Augusta, GA 30909 (404) 850-9390 (404) 943-9975

Known worldwide for golf, Augusta has plenty of things to do year-round. History comes alive at the Augusta Museum of History, the Augusta Canal Discovery Center and the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson. Enjoy a nature ride through Phinizy Swamp Nature Park or explore the Augusta Canal National Heritage area during one of their daily boat tours offered year-round. Immerse yourself in art and culture at the Morris Museum of Art or at live performances at the historic Imperial Theatre or Le Chat Noir. Shop in locally owned boutiques and stores along Broad Street, in the historic Summerville neighborhood and in Surrey Center. Eat at Augusta’s best locally owned restaurants and enjoy classic Southern fare, tapas with an international twist, gourmet burgers and farm-to-table dishes. Make your first stop in Augusta at the Visitor Center for information and make your reservation for the Saturday Historic Trolley Tour of Augusta, or pick up souvenir praline pecans, sunglasses, hoodies and t-shirts. [9]

MACON 718 First St. Macon, GA 31201 (404) 850-9390 (404) 943-9975

Visit Macon, Georgia for an adventure that is sure to be good for your soul! Rich history, incredible architecture, stunning Southern charm, and a soulful musical heritage have branded Macon “Where Soul Lives�. [10]


Watch Ray Charles play piano. Divine climate conditions, or get an eyeful of the universe and come face to face with creatures of the deep. You can do all of that and more in Albany, located on the Flint River in southwest Georgia.

507 W. 3rd St Albany, GA 31701 (404) 609-1945 N/A

With a lively lineup of attractions - Chehaw; Thronateeska Heritage Center with Wetherbee Planetarium, Science Discovery Center and Museum of History; the Flint RiverQuarium and Imagination Theater – Albany transports visitors to good times. Visit the Art Museum of Albany, Theatre Albany, the Albany Civil Rights Institute, beautiful parks and trails, and an All American Fun Park with arcade, go-carts, bumper boats, miniature golf and laser tag. Albany has more than two dozen hotels, lots of eateries and a mild year-round climate. It is an affordable home base for day trips to regional attractions, such as the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in Plains or Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta. [11]

DOUGLASVILLE 2022 Fairburn Rd, Suite A Douglasville, GA 30134 (678) 715-1205 (678) 715-1207

Just a few miles west of downtown Atlanta, Douglasville is a welcoming city with a friendly, small-town atmosphere and entertainment that emulates big-town fun. While the city continues to grow, Douglasville uniquely preserves its signature hometown feel. Located at a natural rise in the topography, Douglasville was originally known as Skint Chestnut, a name derived from a large tree stripped of its bark and used by Native Americans and traders as a trail marker. Downtown Douglasville is a nationally designated Main Street city and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A self-guided walking tour of the historic commercial buildings is available in the Douglasville Welcome Center. The Downtown Welcome Center is located on O’Neal Plaza at 6694 East Broad Street. Free maps and brochures for Douglasville, as well as Metro Atlanta are available in the welcome center. [12]

GAINESVILLE 720 Main St, Suite H Gainesville, GA 30501 (678) 928-4000 (678) 928-4001

Known as the Queen City of the Mountains and the Poultry Capital, Gainesville’s most recent designation as “Hospitality Capital of the World” came when Gainesville hosted the 1996 Olympic rowing/kayaking events. 38,000-acre Lake Sidney Lanier offers many recreational opportunities, including canoe and kayak rentals at the Olympic Venue. Road Atlanta, a world-renowned road racing course is recognized for hosting the Petit LeMans each year. Downtown Gainesville is filled with a myriad of shops and restaurants, and marks the beginning of a to-scale model of the solar system. The woodland refuge and museum at Elachee Nature Science Center are located adjacent to the Chicopee Woods Nature Preserve and Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center. The arts abound at The Arts Council, located in the transformed CSX railroad depot and at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center, located on Historic Green Street. Civil War buffs will want to visit the Piedmont Hotel and the gravesite of Confederate General James Longstreet. Other must-sees are Interactive Neighborhood for Kids and the Northeast Georgia History Center. [13]

MORROW 1368 Southlake Plaza Dr Morrow, GA 30260 (678) 709-0634 (678) 289-8840

Originally a small railway stop between Jonesboro and Atlanta, Morrow has grown to a vibrant commercial hub, offering visitors unique shopping, dining and entertainment venues, as well as convenience to nearby Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and the cosmopolitan amenities of Atlanta. Visitors can seek out their own history at the National Archives at Atlanta and the Georgia Archives where the famous, infamous and anonymous of years past may be found. In the mood for a concert? Head to Spivey Hall, a worldrenowned performance facility that has presented the finest in jazz and classical music to metro Atlanta since 1993. Even with its close proximity to Atlanta, visitors will still find lots of nature and outdoor adventures. They may even have a squirrel, rabbit, or other wildlife creature cross their path at Reynolds Nature Preserve, a 146-acre outdoor facility. Start your adventure in Morrow today. [14]

EAST POINT 2847 Main St. East Point, GA 30344 (404) 850-9390 (404) 209-0650

The unique and scenic community of East Point, Georgia, offers all the amenities of the bustling city and convenience of being minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. East Point serves as the second MARTA stop from the airport and sits at the apex of three major interstates. In the heart of historic downtown, the grassy Commons area serves as the soul of this welcoming community, hosting seasonal festivals, annual events and monthly farmers markets. East Point knows how to turn on the action, too. Built as a training facility for the 1996 Olympic Games, the Dick Lane Velodrome remains one of the most unique cycling structures in the world. Soccer scores with families at the new Georgia Sports Park. With six of 16 planned professional quality fields, the 100 acres of green space has become a gathering spot for practice, games, and tournament play. Enjoy exceptional accommodations, dining and shopping in East Point with easy access to Atlanta. [15]

DALTON 1503 Professional Ct. Dalton, GA 30720 (404) 948-3925 (404) 943-9975

Discover the history and natural beauty of the Carpet Capital of the World. We may be known for our carpet, but we are so much more than that. From the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains to the Gateway of the Civil War in Georgia, Dalton abounds with adventure. Just 5 miles north is the historic Western and Atlantic Railroad Tunnel and Heritage Center, and only a 25 minute drive further is the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. The nearby Cherokee sites of New Echota and the Chief Vann House are some of the best preserved Native American sites in the area. Dalton’s charming downtown, with numerous unique shopping and dining choices, is great for an afternoon of shopping and dinner. Dalton’s attractions include: Festivals, Fine Arts, Civil War history, and Prater’s Mill Country Fair. Make Dalton your destination with hundreds of hotel rooms, lots of restaurant choices and easy access along I-75. [16]

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