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ACWORTH
Georgia, U.S.A.
THE LAKE CITY
Welcome to Acworth, Georgia.
Acworth is located in Cobb County around 33 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta, and is often called The Lake City for its position between Lake Altoona and Lake Acworth. The city is home to around 21,500 people and is best known for its amazing nature and abundant outdoor recreational options. Situated right at the foothills of the towering North Georgia Mountains, with water on each side, Acworth is a true paradise for nature lovers. Acworth has a rich history that goes back all the way to the Cherokee Indians. The Native American tribes lived in the area until the 1830s and there are today several archeological sites from that time. To learn more, history buffs can visit the nearby Etowah Indian Mounds and explore the long gone past. The town that is today Acworth was once a railroad water-stop called Orcutt Station, but was later renamed after railroad engineer Joseph Gregg's hometown in New Hampshire. Thanks to its many historic attractions and recreational opportunities, Acworth has become a desirable small-town gem away from the big city. People have opened up their eyes to the downtown area, after city leaders have promoted its historic allure. The main street is now burgeoning with a wide assortment of shops and restaurants, and the area boasts beautiful restored Victorian and Craftsman buildings. Whether you are visiting or moving to Acworth, the city offers plenty of wonderful options. With its perfect climate, great schools and affordable housing, it is a terrific place to raise a family and call home for many years to come. Revel in the natural scenery, hike the many trails, rent a boat for the day or go shopping in the eclectic downtown the choices are truly endless. One thing is certain you'll never be short of things to do in The Lake City!
ACWORTH
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