Ford Dealer Serving Ringgold, GA | New & Used Vehicles | Larry Hill Ford

Ringgold, GA

Larry Hill Ford serves Ringgold, GA, and surrounding areas by providing a great selection of new and pre-owned Ford models, including service, repairs, parts and finance options. If you are searching for a dealership that puts you first,  then look no further than Larry Hill Ford!

About Larry Hill Ford near Ringgold, GA

Here at Larry Hill Ford, we take pride in the fact that we serve our customers by offering some of the best car-buying experiences available to Ringgold, Chattanooga, Cleveland and Athens area. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will make sure to take care of you and ensure that you have an easy and stress-free experience.

At our dealership, we are dedicated to providing our customers with top-tier automotive service. When you shop at Larry Hill Ford, you’ll discover such conveniences as:

  • Online Appointment Scheduling
  • Parts & Accessories Center
  • Friendly, Knowledgeable, Staff Devoted to Your Satisfaction
  • Online Appointment Scheduling
  • Parts & Accessories Center
  • Friendly, Knowledgeable, Staff Devoted to Your Satisfaction
About Ringgold, GA

Ringgold, located in Catoosa County, Georgia, is just across the Georgia-Tennessee border from Chattanooga. Before being incorporated, the village was more than likely called Cross Roads and was later named after Major Sam Ringgold, a hero of the Battle of Palo Alto in the Mexican–American War. Ringgold is rich in history.

More than anything, Ringgold is a scenic city, full of historical wonders just waiting to be explored. Ringgold offers something for everyone in the family!

Main Attractions

  • Chief Richard Taylor Nature Trail
  • Boyd’s Speedway
  • Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park
Notable Landmarks

  • Georgia Winery: Established in 1983, Georgia Winery is a family owned and operated facility producing award-winning fine wines.
  • The General Locomotive Chase Monument: This monument marks the final stop of the great Locomotive Chase that began in April of 1862.  A group of Union soldiers called “Andrew’s Raiders” hijacked a Confederate train and attempted to destroy the rebel rail network across northwest Georgia.
  • Houston Valley OHV Area: The Houston Valley OHV Area (Off Highway Vehicle) is the largest system of OHV trails in the state at over 25 miles.