The city of Acworth is surrounded by Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona, providing a variety of recreational activities including fishing, boating, picnicking, swimming, beaches, and camping. The city is also home to 13 parks, 9 softball/baseball fields, and 2 football fields providing additional outdoor recreational opportunities.
Cobblestone Golf Course
On the banks of Lake Acworth is the beautiful Cobblestone Golf Course which was recently rated the number one public golf course in Georgia according to Golf Digest.
The City of Acworth is also home to many historic buildings and homes, and the preserved downtown area – a Main Street America city – offers a unique glimpse of the past.
Lake Acworth is a 260 acre man made lake located just southwest of the city of Acworth and adjacent to Allatoona Lake. A 1,500-foot long dam separates Lake Acworth from Allatoona Lake. The dam also supports a heavily trafficked bridge on Lake Acworth Drive (Hwy 92).
Acworth Beach is a public beach and recreation area in Cauble Park on the north shore of Lake Acworth. The beach area of the park features a white sand beach as well as a roped off area for swimming. There is no lifeguard on duty. The surrounding park offers boating, fishing, public restrooms, rental facilities, a volleyball net, playgrounds, picnic areas, and more.
Other nearby attractions include:
- Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park
- The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History (home of “The General” and a Smithsonian affiliate)
- Lakepoint Sports Complex
- Booth Western Art Museum
- Etowah Indian Mounds
- Rose Lawn Museum
- Weinman Mineral Museum
- Gone With The Wind Museum
- Six Flags White Water
- Six Flags Over Georgia
- Atlanta History Center
- CNN Center
- Georgia Aquarium
- World of Coca-Cola
- Philips Arena
- Georgia Dome
- Turner Field and the Atlanta Braves
- Stone Mountain Park