The City of Ringgold
Andrea Sherman, Downtown Events Coordinator
155 Depot Street
P.O. Box 579
Ringgold, Georgia 30736
Phone: (706) 935-5290
Fax: (706) 965-7446
Ringgold, Georgia embodies all the spirit and charm of a small southern town.
From the historic train depot built in 1849 to the modern hotel and motel accommodations, Ringgold is a lovely place to visit.
and at The Ringgold Depot
Annual event such as 1890’s Day, Downhome Christmas and the Flag Days are things both residents and tourists look forward to seeing. The Ringgold Opry and Sensational Second Weekends attract visitors and home folks alike. Enjoy great shopping and discover the many unique items that abound in the quaint shops that line the main street.
Ringgold and the surrounding area offer a wealth of Civil War history. Tour the battlefields where the Atlanta Campaign began.
Enjoy a relaxing walk along Chickamuaga Creek in Downtown Historic Ringgold. This newly constructed walk connects the Highway Commercial District to the Historic Down Town District. The walk is parallel with Lafayette Street (Old Federal Road) and crosses the Old Federal Bridge.
For the visitor who would like to experience the true Southern spirit, Ringgold is the perfect destination.
On exit 348 off of Interstate 75, Ringgold is located between Atlanta and Chattanooga.
For more information please visit the City of Ringgold website.
Click on one of the articles below for more information about the City of Ringgold.
City of Ringgold Events for 2009
The Great Locomotive Chase: The Great Locomotive Chase or Andrews' Raid was a military raid that occurred April 12, 1862, in northern Georgia during the Civil.
The Battle of Ringgold