ACWORTH – YOUTH SPORTS TOURNAMENT MECCA!

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Visiting Cobb County for a youth sports tournament? Acworth is the answer!

Proudly watching your children compete in youth sports tournaments can be a wonderful family experience. After hundreds of meetings, practices and orange slices, they’re finally competing on a tournament level! But what to do with all of that down time between baseball, football, tennis, soccer or any other competitions?

Whether your tournament is in or near the sports facilities of Lakepoint, Acworth Sports Complex, Kennworth Park, Kennesaw or in northern Cobb County, Acworth is just a short drive from the action, with affordable hotels, wonderful amenities and a small-town charm to make your youth sports tournament a more relaxing, memorable experience.

And all that competition will surely work up an appetite, so what better place to find something for every taste than Historic Downtown Acworth! With several award-winning options among some of the finest, most varied restaurants in the area, you can’t go wrong; whether it’s a meal, a snack or a sweet treat. And the shops and boutiques of Downtown Acworth are the perfect way to spend some time together between competitions. I mean who doesn’t like an afternoon of shopping?

And close by off of I-75 as well as 41, you’ll find countless restaurants, well-known big-box stores and sporting goods chains, so you don’t have to worry if you left their cleats back home in the garage. Whatever you might need, whether it’s for your tournament or anything else, you’ll find it nearby.

Acworth has everything you can imagine to turn a hectic, potentially stressful youth tournament weekend into a fun getaway that the whole family can enjoy!

If you are in charge of coordinating hospitality or accommodations during a sports tournament in the area, you can call:

Kim Watt
CPRP Tourism Director/Assistant Director
Acworth Parks, Recreation and Community Resource Department
Phone: 770-917-1234
Fax: 770-966-7891
www.acworthparksandrecreation.org