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 390 Dodd Boulevard SE , Rome, GA, US, 30161

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    »Enterprise Rent-A-Car

    Nationally known car rental company that provides a wide range of high quality vehicles plus offers free pickup and delivery services.

    1212 Martha Berry Boulevard
    Rome, Georgia 30165


    Geographically quite unlike any American city, the city of Rome is defined by its 3 rivers meeting right in the center, while at the same time being at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains. This explains why it has been named after Italy's capital which was similarly built upon 7 rivers. The city acknowledges this commemoration by accepting a statue of Romulus and Remus nursing from a female wolf, in 1929 from the Italian tyrant Benito Mussolini. With no major interstate highways passing through it, this is easily one of the most cycle and pedestrian friendly cities, full of cute walking trails along the river embankments, Rome has often featured in Hollywood movies because of its wonderful setting.

    Rome, GA 30165

    »Rocky Mountain Recreation & Public Fishing Area

    Situated on 5,000 scenic acres, this recreation area includes two lakes where visitors can fish for largemouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, and hybrid white striped bass. The area is also perfect for hunting whitetail deer, turkey, and waterfowl, as well as picnicking, hiking, and other outdoor activities.

    4054 Big Texas Valley Road
    Rome, Georgia 30165


    Adairsville is an exurban city in the Bartow County of Georgia. The story of the emergence and foundation of Adairsville weaves through the fabric of the history of the country, having been a major site of the American Civil War, namely the Battle of Adairsville, which saw the defeat of the Confederate Army. The city’s history begins as a settlement of a Native American tribe, the Cherokee, and it was named after a Scottish settler, Walter S. Adair, who married a Cherokee woman. After the forceful removal of the natives, the city was taken over by the Anglo-Americans, and it saw prosperity due to the Western and Atlantic Railroad that brought in good trade and a stable economy. A city with a rich past, which is preserved for the future, Adairsville definitely has a lot to offer.

    Adairsville, GA 30103

    »Cartersville Soccer Complex

    Cartersville Soccer Complex is the homeground of Cartersville High School Soccer and Cartersville-Bartow Youth Soccer Association. The complex has a playground and five soccer fields. During a match, it's a delightful experience to watch players live in action.

    152 Milner Road
    Cartersville, GA 30120
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