Pine Mountain Recreation Area Komatsu Drive and Ga. 20 Spur, Cartersville, GA30121 One of the city of Cartersville's newest recreation offerings, Pine Mountain Trails span 5.9 miles with east and west…More loops rated moderate to difficult. The estimated steady pace hiking time is four hours. The 226-acre recreation area has two trail-heads; the east is off Georgia 20 Spur, while the west loop trail-head is just north of Komatsu on Komatsu Drive. The path reaches 1,562 feet above sea level, the highest point in Cartersville. Mountain biking is allowed on the east loop Wednesday and Saturday and bikers are required to follow color-coded directional signs. The trails and recreation area is maintained by the city of Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department. The land was privately donated to the city.
Delinger Park 100 Pine Grove Rd, Cartersville, GA30120 Delinger Park is a 100 acre community park located on Pine Grove Road in Cartersville. The location offers numerous…More facilities for residents and is the site of the main office for the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department. The park has numerous athletic fields and sporting areas, including lighted tennis courts, softball fields, outdoor basketball courts, a soccer and football field and a nineteen-hole putt golf course. The park also has a swimming area, walking and running trails and numerous picnic shelters.
Serving as the Georgia Precinct #000 polling place, the base for American Red Cross blood drives and the venue for a…More number of other local events, the Cartersville Civic Center has three rooms — the Gold Room and Quillian Room each accommodate up to 65 people while the Etowah Room holds up to 700 persons.
The center is available for company events, wedding receptions, civic group meetings and other events by reservation. A kitchen is available for an additional fee.
The city of Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department holds an 8:30 am exercise class at the center Mon - Thu.
Home to a visitors center containing historic displays and facts about the area and Lake Allatoona, the Project…More Management Office also oversees the operations and maintenance of the dam, which visitors can view from an overlook at the facility.
Visitors can also pick up information about recreation opportunities on Lake Allatoona, including Corps-operated parks and trails. Corps facilities, such as picnic shelters, can be reserved at this office in addition to annual pass purchases and special events permits.
Laurel Trail, an easy hike spanning 0.7 mile, trailheads at the facility. It traverses a mixed pine and hardwood forest overlooking the Etowah River Valley and ends west of the Cooper Branch day use areas.