1. Red Top Mountain State Park
2. Tellus Science Museum
3. Booth Western Art Museum
4. LakePoint Sports Complex
5. Barnsley Resort
Bartow County, Georgia
Bartow County features the best parts of big city life and small-town living with Civil War and Native American sites, excellent dining experiences, a business-friendly economy, unmatched arts, shopping and excellent educational opportunities.
- Shaw Industries, Inc.
- Toyo Tire North America
- Cartersville Medical Center
- Voestalpine Automotive Components
Bartow County Main Attractions
Bartow County, Georgia Demographics
Familes & Kids
With Kids 33%
Travel to Work
Big Bartow County Employers
Voestalpine Automotive Components
Cartersville Medical Center
Bartow County Area Cities
Recognized as one of the safest cities in Georgia, Adairsville was the first town in Georgia to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places in its entirety.
Offering access to an array of North Georgia’s natural wonders and a beautiful historic downtown, Cartersville blends the best of yesterday and today.
This growing city is quickly becoming one of the nation’s hot spots for youth travel sports thanks to the LakePoint Sports Complex, which spans 1,300 acres.
Euharlee is a small town located just west of Cartersville and home to the Euharlee Covered Bridge, the oldest covered bridge in Georgia.
Kingston is a city steeped in Antebellum history and keeps it alive through a variety of artifacts and photographs in two museums.
Taylorsville is home to Plant Bowen, a coal-fired power station that has the second largest generating capacity of any coal-fired power plant in North America.
A bedroom community of neighboring Cartersville, White covers one square mile of land—referred to as “The Friendliest Mile in Georgia.”
Bartow County Services & Contact
135 W. Cherokee Ave., Suite 251 Cartersville, GA bartowga.org
Bartow County Public Library
1304 Joe Frank Harris Parkway Cartersville, GA