Why you'd want to live in Cobb County
With Cobb’s seven distinct regions, you can go from hiking and history in the morning, to arts and entertainment in the afternoon, to MLB baseball in the evening – all without leaving the county. Cobb is Atlanta’s Sweet Spot for thrill-seekers, beach bums, sports fanatics, connoisseurs of culture, and the epicurious. Kick off a bike ride on the 61.5 mile Silver Comet Trail. Take in a concert or show. Or immerse yourself in a whole year’s worth of festivals, fairs and special events. Every region has its own style and personality, waiting for you to discover. Both Six Flags Over Georgia and Six Flags White Water are found right here in amazing Cobb County! SunTrust Park is home to the Atlanta Braves and opened in April 2017. Conveniently located off of I-75 and I-285, the new ballpark boasts more than 40,000 seats, concessions for every foodie, and baseball-themed activities for the entire family. Connected to SunTrust Park, The Battery Atlanta is a spectacular mixed-used development where visitors can shop, eat, and play. The Battery Atlanta is also home to the new Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre. Take in the arts at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre or attend a convention at the Cobb Galleria Centre. Marietta is located in central Cobb County and is the county’s seat and largest city. The city has six historic districts, some on the National Register of Historic Places. Downtown is the town square and former location of the county courthouse. The square is the site of several cultural productions and public events, including a weekly farmers’ market, and home to Atlanta United FC Soccer Club’s new headquarters and training facility. North Cobb is a haven for history buffs or lovers of the outdoors. Acworth is nestled perfectly on Lake Allatoona and Lake Acworth, offering swimming, fishing, boating, and sailing. Kennesaw is steeped in Civil War history, home to Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park and the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, also the location of Kennesaw State University.