Chickamauga is a small town in Walker County, Georgia. Despite its small size, it has loads of fascinating historic attractions. Two miles from the town’s center you will find Lee and Gordon’s Mills. They are the oldest in Georgia. If you are fond of history, trains, Indian and Civil War artifacts, antique furniture and guns, then you will be thrilled with the Walker County Regional Heritage and Model Train Museum. Also, the historic Crawfish Spring that used to be settlers’ main water supply, nowadays is a perfect place for a picnic. The major annual festival is called “War Between the States Days” and takes place every September. Overall, Chickamauga is a small charming city with a rich Civil War heritage. If you are planning to stay for a couple of days and explore the area, then you can find some pretty good discount hotels nearby. Two of the best budget accommodation options, Super 8 Ft Oglethorpe and Battlefield Inn, are located in Fort Oglethorpe, under 6 miles away from Chickamauga.