Dalton! Visitors Bureau
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Al Rollins Baseball Complex 

Rollins Park is a 55-acre youth baseball facility featuring: five baseball fields, walking path, playground area, fishing pond, and picnic pavilions. The park was dedicated in 1988 and named in honor of Albert Rollins, a longtime city administrator and a great advocate for parks and recreation. The park officially opened for play in 1989.

521 Threadmill Rd., Dalton, GA, 30720

John Davis Recreation Center/James Brown Park 

Brown Park is a 36-acre complex featuring: John Davis Recreation Center, football/soccer fields, picnic pavilions, public swimming pool, playground area, and outdoor basketball and soccer courts. Brown Park is the City’s oldest park dating back to 1956. The Parks and Recreation administrative offices are located at this site.

904 Civic Dr., Dalton GA 30721

Dalton Convention Center 

The 143,000-square-foot Convention Center is the ideal location for indoor sporting groups such as basketball and soccer. It features a 40,500-square-foot exhibit hall, a 10,800-square-foot ballroom, lecture halls, and meeting spaces and is conveniently located off I-75.

2211 Dug Gap Battle Rd., Dalton, GA 30720
800.824.7469 or 706.272.7676

Heritage Point Park 

A 300 acre park including: 10 softball fields, a corporate pavilion for 500 with all amenities, Junior League baseball fields, disc golf, walking / jogging trails, and numerous picnic shelters.

1275 Cross Plains Trail, Dalton GA 30721

Lakeshore Park 

Lakeshore Park is a 45-acre park featuring: a fishing pond, running/walking track (.25 miles), artificial turf soccer field, two softball fields, a playground, picnic pavilions, and a 10-court tennis center. Lakeshore Park was constructed with a grant from the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation that matched local funding and was dedicated on June 14, 1975.

28 Cedar St., Dalton, GA 30720