1. Lake Allatoona
2. Dixie Speedway
3. Gibbs Gardens
4. The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta
5. Cherokee Arts Center
Cherokee County, Georgia
Dubbed the place “Where Metro Meets the Mountains,” Cherokee County benefits from its status as a region that’s business savvy, environmentally alluring and undergoing tremendous growth.
- Georgia Northeastern Railroad
- Inalfa Roof Systems
- Pilgrim’s Pride
- Yanmar Amer
Cherokee County Main Attractions
Cherokee County, Georgia Demographics
Familes & Kids
With Kids 33%
Travel to Work
Big Cherokee County Employers
Cherokee County Area Cities
Ball Ground is a beautiful city in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains that’s home to quaint shops, eateries and a mix of residential options.
The county seat of Cherokee County, Canton offers the perfect blend of historic charm and progressive opportunity, with a revitalized downtown that features a museum, arts center, heritage center and theater.
Recognized as one of the best places to raise a family in Georgia, Holly Springs is a beloved community that also was named the number three city for new families in the U.S. by Pennygeeks.com.
Located in both Cherokee and Pickens counties, Nelson was established in 1891 and is the “First Georgia Marble City.”
Home to Reinhardt University, Waleska is a small community alive with industry, including the lumber and agriculture businesses.
Once a farming village, Woodstock has transformed into a bustling and diverse community with a revitalized downtown, a world-class trail system and excellent shopping and dining options.
Cherokee County Services & Contact
WATER Cherokee County Water Authority ccwsa.com
City of Ball Ground cityofballground.com
City of Canton canton-georgia.com
City of Holly Springs
City of Waleska cityofwaleska.com
City of Woodstock woodstockga.gov
DRIVER'S LICENSE dds.ga.gov