About Ringgold

Ringgold boasts an historic depot built in 1849, site of major fighting during the Civil War. Area attractions, events and points of interest include the Ringgold Depot, the Wedding Chapel, Lake Winnie Amusement Park, Down-home Christmas, and 1890's Days Jamboree.

Historic Downtown Ringgold is home to Antiques, Boutiques, Elsie A Holmes Nature Park, Little Generals Park, Hiking Trails, grocery stores, local dining, and much more!

Entertainment in Ringgold

Hit the backroads of the state, visiting the charming small towns with something different to offer. Families love the parks and zoo in Athens as well as the restaurants with outdoor dining. LaGrange is home to Great Wolf Lodge, an all-in-one park and hotel with endless activities. Greensboro is the gateway to Lake Oconee with a cafe known for its buttermilk pie. Hit up the wineries around Dahlonega and tasting rooms downtown. Learn about the state’s presidential history in Plains, home of President Jimmy Carter.

Outdoors in Ringgold

From hikes to scenic drives, day trips to weekend getaways, take time to get out and enjoy. Georgia has plenty of routes with varied landscapes to enjoy. The Dragon Eyes drive, which winds 77 miles and 715 curves from Blairsville, highlights the north Georgia mountains. It passes through Helen and into state parks near trails and waterfalls. The Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway also runs 40 miles from Blairsville to Brasstown Bald, the state’s highest peak, and access points along the Appalachian Trail.

Northeast Georgia's Scenic Highway 197 passes near lakes Burton, Rabun, and Seed. Lookout Mountain Parkway runs through Alabama and Tennessee before crossing into Georgia and past Cloudland Canyon. Blue Ridge also has an abundance of scenic drives.

Don’t forget about the coastal drives like Coastal Highway 17, which runs along the East Coast, including a stretch between Savannah and Brunswick. Along the way, there are small towns and quirky attractions like the Smallest Church in America.