The City’s approximately 32,000 residents enjoy Kennesaw as a great place to live, learn, work and play. The City’s combination of small town charm and big city amenities provides access to:
- excellent educational resources
- first-rate parks, greenspaces, public buildings, and athletic facilities
- high quality and affordable recreation programs
- safe, well-maintained neighborhoods and central business district
Kennesaw takes great pride in protecting and managing its historical and cultural resources for future generations. Attractions include the Smithsonian affiliated Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Smith-Gilbert Gardens, and improved public areas and renovated buildings with delightfully eclectic shops and restaurants.
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.
- Town Center at Cobb—Good-sized shopping mall anchored by chain retailers like Macy’s, Sears and Belk.
- Acworth Avenue Shops—Shopping area in nearby Acworth featuring stores like Home Depot, Best Buy and Kohl’s.
Henry’s Louisiana Grill was voted Fan Favorite – Best Cajun cooking around
Tapestry Old Mill – American food reinvented. Local farmer products
L. Marie’s Southern Cuisine—Enjoy unparalleled hospitality and authentic Southern comfort food in a relaxed atmosphere.
Big Shanty Smokehouse BBQ—Get your BBQ fix at this casual, family-owned joint that offer some of the best pulled pork and ribs in Metro Atlanta.
Trackside Grill—This cozy, railroad-themed restaurant in historic downtown Kennesaw features comfort food and southern favorites within a stone’s throw of the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History.
- Airports—Kennesaw is home to the area’s largest airfield for general aviation and corporate flights, Cobb County International Airport-McCollum Field. This county-owned field hosts nearly 500 takeoffs and landings per day. Thirty-six miles to the south, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airportis the world’s busiest airport, hosting dozens of scheduled carriers and 100 million passengers per year.
- Public Transportation—Kennesaw is served by CobbLinc, Cobb County’s public transportation service. CobbLinc also provides bus service to MARTA rail stops for transportation to and from Atlanta.
- Major Roads and Interstates—Major streets in Kennesaw include Main Street, Moon Station Road, McCollum Parkway and Cobb Parkway (US-41). East of town, I-75 is the main freeway leading into Greater Atlanta, while I-575 leads northeast toward the north Georgia Mountains.
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