Incorporated Date: December 1, 1860
Total Area: 7.6 sq mi
Acworth is the center of a thriving, vibrant community and as the “Lake City” has a quality of life seldom available in the world today. Acworth offers that unique combination of a hometown community with a progressive outlook: looking forward to the challenges presented by new growth, yet proud to preserve the history of its origin. Unincorporated areas of Acworth extend into Bartow, Cherokee, and Paulding counties. Lake Acworth is 90 acres.
POPULAR SUBDIVISIONS INCLUDE:
Arbor Walk | Autumn Ridge | Bentleigh Station | Bentwater | Brookstone Country Club | Burnt Hickory Lakes | Camden Pointe | Centennial Lakes | Chestatee Creek | Chestnut Hill | Governors Towne Club | Great Oaks Estates | Huntington Park | Island Mills | Lochshire | Mars Hill Lake | McClure Farms | Parkwood Commons | The Estates At Bentwater | The Farm At Brookstone |