Lake Acworth is a 260-acre artificial lake located southwest of the city of Acworth, Georgia. It is located in the extreme northwestern part of Cobb County. The lake impounds Proctor Creek (not the same as Proctor Creek in nearby Atlanta), and outflows into Lake Allatoona. The low dam is at the point where State Route 92 (Lake Acworth Drive) crosses.
The city operates Acworth Beach, a public beach and park along the northern shore of the lake. It was created by trucking white sand in and putting it over the rust-red clay soil common to the region. Swimming is roped off with floats for protection from the boaters. The Lake Acworth Beach and Beach house were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.
Acworth Beach at Cauble Park is one of northwest Georgia’s finest beaches. Located on Beach Street on the North side of Lake Acworth, the 25-acre park contains fishing points, public restrooms, a destination playground, and rental facilities.
Open during summer weekends, Acworth Beach rentals is the place to rent kayaks and paddleboards. Located on Acworth Beach in Cauble Park.
Lake Acworth is a 260 acre lake tucked away in the historic district of quaint downtown Acworth. On Lake Acworth, motorized boats are NOT permitted, making it the ideal location for people who love to experience pure nature or those who are just learning to...
South Shore Park is located on Ragsdale Road off Highway 92. This 30-acre park sits on the South Side of beautiful Lake Acworth and contains parking, a beach and fishing areas.