Chatsworth's name was said
to be taken from a sign that fell off a railroad freight car, with
the name "Chatsworth" printed on it. The sign was then
placed on a pole and used to designate the city. However, some say
the city was named after a railroad official.
Visitors come here to
hike in the beautiful Chattahoochee National Forest and Fort
Mountain State Park. Its Streams and rivers provide abundant
opportunities for fishing, kayaking, and white water adventure.
History buffs will enjoy
touring Chief Vann House. Called the "Showplace of the
Cherokee Nation", this two-story classic brick mansion was
built by Chief James Vann in 1804. Decorated with beautiful
Cherokee hand carvings done in natural colors of blue, red, green
and yellow, the home features a cantilevered stairway and many