Carroll County is located 45 miles west of Atlanta and 90 miles east of
Birmingham. Carroll is the heart of west Georgia and forms the western
boundary of metropolitan Atlanta. It is easily accessed by Interstate 20, US
Highways 27, 78 and eight state highways. The county offers visitors and
residents alike 495 square miles of beauty, recreation and history.
Carroll County's population of 92,000 lives, works and plays in seven
picturesque towns, ranging from the smallest, Roopville with 248 residents,
to Carrollton with a population of more than 20,000.
With 425 hotel/motel rooms and numerous campsites, visitors will find
plentiful accommodations in Carroll County. The area is a magnet for a large
range of visitors - from conventioneers seeking relief from pricey Atlanta,
to tourists drawn to the area for its unique history and peaceful
surroundings. Whether roughing it, taking advantage of modern hotel rooms
and meeting spaces, or relaxing in a Victorian bed and breakfast, visitors
will find something to please in diverse Carroll County!
Shopping & Recreation
Carroll County is a regional shopping destination featuring everything from
modern malls to attractive, old-fashioned downtown shopping districts. In
addition, there are many recreational opportunities. There are parks, tennis
courts, movie theaters, skating rinks, horseback riding trails, public and
private golf courses, water skiing and swimming beaches. Carroll County is
West Georgia's playground!
Long warm summers and short mild winters are enjoyed by Carroll Countians.
The average temperature for the year is a cool and comfortable 62.2 degrees.
Provided By: Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Website