Roswell, a Great Fall Getaway

Roswell, a Great Fall Getaway, Roswell, Georgia (B)

Visiting Roswell, Georgia in the fall is perfect for a weekend getaway. With just a tinge of crispness in the air, it is the ideal time to discover all that Roswell has to offer – for couples, families and multi-generational travelers.

Roswell is located on the banks of the Chattahoochee River. It's easy to see why Roswell King, the founder of Roswell, fell in love with this land that the Cherokee Indians called the Enchanted Land. Roswell is an ideal spot for the Civil War history buff, and an area that was critical to the Confederate forces. Roswell is a central location from which to explore the history of the surrounding areas.

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Roswell has 11 hotels, all just a short 50 minute MARTA ride from Atlanta's Hartfield Jackson airport. We love the Hilton brand, and the Doubletree did not disappoint. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Sights Map

Guide Name: Roswell, a Great Fall Getaway
Guide Location: USA » Roswell
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Betsi Hill
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Doubletree
  • Old Mill Park
  • Vickery Creek
  • Roswell Mill
  • The monument dedicated to the Lost Women of Roswell
  • Chattahoochee Nature Center
  • Barrington Hall
  • Bulloch Hall
  • Smith Plantation
  • Founder's Cemetary