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The Mill

Get to Know Us

Originally a textile mill, The Mill features timeless aesthetics and a unique ambiance. A vision to breathe new life into this space is giving Dalton a venue bustling with retail, restaurants, and more. 

Get to know Dalton

Get to know the the area around the Mill!

Nestled in the heart of Northwest Georgia, Dalton is a charming city rich in history, culture, and outdoor adventures. Despite its small-town feel, Dalton boasts an array of activities that cater toall interests. Here are some top things to do in Dalton, Georgia


Creative Arts Guild

Explore the artistic side of Dalton at the Creative Arts Guild,
showcasing local artists’ works in various mediums such as painting, pottery, and sculpture. The
Guild also offers art classes and workshops for those looking to get hands-on.


Disney Trail

The George Disney Trail is located off Highway 41, behind the First Nazarene Church next to the State Patrol Barracks in Rocky Face, GA. Named from the grave of George Disney located on the trail atop Rocky Face Ridge, this trail is noted as being one of the most challenging short trails in the state of Georgia. The trail offers breathtaking views of Whitfield and surrounding counties and is blazed with reflective white markers.


Prater's Mill

Enjoy nature at Prater's Mill, a historic site featuring
hiking trails, picnic areas, and the iconic 19th-century mill. The annual Prater's Mill Country Fair
in October is a must-visit event with craft demonstrations, live music, and food.


Catch a Show at the Dalton Little Theatre

Enjoy live performances ranging from dramas to
musicals at the Dalton Little Theatre, showcasing local talent and providing entertainment for
the whole family.


Downtown Dalton

Stroll through the downtown district, filled with
quaint shops, boutiques, and local eateries. Don’t miss out on the chance to find unique
souvenirs or indulge in delicious Southern cuisine.


Haig Mill Lake Hiking

Haig Mill Lake Park is the crown jewel of our lineup of parks around the Dalton area. The park includes a 3.5-mile walking/biking trail around the park, fishing piers, a boating dock for paddle boats and canoes, a picnic pavilion, an amphitheater/outdoor classroom, and a nature-themed playground.

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