Holiday Sweater Weather


A case of restless family syndrome? We’ve got the cure. Stretch your arms and legs, breathe deep, unwind and reconnect together. ...
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Holiday Sweater Weather2020-11-18T16:46:15-05:00

All That Ale’s Ya


Nothing’s better than the company of others to lift your spirits. Whether you’re a neighbor or newcomer, it’s the season to socially mix it up with just the right amount of comfort you savor. Enjoy a wide variety of locally crafted artisan brews and ciders on spacious rooftops, or warm up beside outdoor fire pits with a toasty hot chocolate. Outdoor games and live music keep the good vibes coming for all ages and, yes, dogs are welcome too. Hungry? We’ve got all the classic pub munchies. Need to stir? Grab your favorite beverage and mingle around the city’s open ...
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All That Ale’s Ya2020-11-12T07:06:35-05:00

New Adventures


Get geared up!  Tired of too much screen time? Break out those bikes, paddle boards, or boats to plunge into Acworth’s expansive outdoor scene. Explore a new adventure with family or friends at the city’s massive 140-acre Logan Farm Park, the largest downtown district green space in Georgia.   Capture that perfect family holiday photo on top of Cauble Park’s wooden bridge.   Seeking some alone time? Go lose yourself along seven meandering miles of trails.   For the non-land lovers, Lake Acworth’s just the place to cast a line at one of many great fishing spots or cast off ...
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New Adventures2020-11-12T07:03:21-05:00

Walk Down Memory Lane


All that’s old is new, and open, again. Roam around the 19th century churches and stately antebellum homes of the historic district. Take a romantic stroll or set out on an educational trek with your family through Acworth’s storied past dating back to the early 1800s. Discover the city’s railroad roots at Depot Park, check out the museum exhibits and even watch a train pass by. First-hand witness the restoration of one of the city’s oldest churches or step back in time on a tour of Acworth’s prized landmarks and Victoria era architecture. You won’t want to miss the city’s ...
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Walk Down Memory Lane2020-11-12T07:05:51-05:00