City of Acworth, Georgia - Winner of the 2010 All-America City Award!
Acworth, Georgia is located about 35 miles northwest of Atlanta minutes off of I-75 in Cobb County. The historic downtown and small-town feel of Acworth provides many leisure opportunities for families, foodies, and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
Acworth is located in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains and is nestled along the banks of Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona, hence its nickname “The Lake City.” The city boasts a rich history, a charming downtown, abundant outdoor recreational activities, a vibrant restaurant scene, and an active festival and events calendar. Acworth is one of the best, family-friendly destinations in the Atlanta region.
Come discover why You’re Welcome in Acworth!
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LAKE ACWORTH– Take a trip back in time to a serene place, free of the noise and chaos of jet skis, wave runners and speed boats. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon of paddle boarding, kayaking, and fishing in a breathtakingly scenic setting. No gas-powered motors or personal watercraft are permitted, so you can re-energize and escape in Lake Acworth’s quiet, tranquil surroundings.
CAUBLE PARK – Spend the day enjoying one of northwest Georgia’s finest parks, as well as the white sand and gentle water of Acworth Beach. The pristine 25-acre park contains fishing points, a boating ramp, boardwalk, swimming area at the beach, rental facilities, a destination playground, picnic areas and lots of stress-free fun!
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN – There’s no better way to escape the frantic pace of everyday life than with a relaxing stroll through Historic Downtown Acworth. Just minutes from I-75, it’s the perfect blend of past and present. From its unique shops and galleries to its award-winning restaurants, Historic Downtown Acworth is the perfect place to unwind. Insider tip: after a meal in downtown Acworth, ask your server for a to go cup so you can sip while you stroll.