Cartersville, Bartow County, Georgia, is a quaint little town about 40 miles northwest of Atlanta. Directly above Paulding County, Bartow is known for a less busy lifestyle and wide open land. If you are looking for an area less crowded with more privacy, you may want to give Cartersville a peek. The total area of the city is 29.3 square miles, and the population density is 677 people per square mile.
Although first known as Birmingham, the city of Cartersville became officially incorporated in 1872. Downtown, there are plenty of local shops and restaurants, as well as a large number of historical features people would find interesting. Points of interest are the Booth Western Art Museum, the Etowah Indian Mounds, the Tellus Science Museum, the world’s first outdoor Coca-Cola sign, the Rose Lawn, and the Bartow History Museum.