750 Cobb Place Blvd. NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Phone: (770) 419-1530
Fax: (770) 421-8535
750 Cobb Place Blvd. NW , Kennesaw, GA, US, 30144
- Phone: (770) 419-1530
- Fax: (770) 421-8535
Individuals and groups will enjoy bowling at U.S. Play. Cosmic Bowling is available here as well as all-you-can-bowl nights, trivia bowl nights, and special occasion packages for your next personal or business event.
A full service facility that offers a wide range of skating programs to meet all of your needs such as public skating, ice hockey, figure skating, and learn-to-skate classes. A snack bar and a well stocked pro shop are also on site.
This national park is located on the site of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, the last significant victory for the South during their defense of Atlanta in 1864. Centered around the namesake mountain, which rises to 1808 feet (551 meters), the park features over 16 miles (26 kilometers) of mapped trails as well as a museum commemorating the historic battle. Picnic sites, battlefield markers and monuments are peppered throughout the forested mountainside, which features great views of Atlanta in clear weather. Maps detailing the trails and battle history are available from the visitors center.
An indoor rock climbing facility that features 13,000 square feet of climbing walls including a 2,000 foot bouldering island, an overhang wall, and a 55 degree angle wall.
There are six soccer playing field located at this soccer park that also includes two large concession stands.
Marietta Square is the town square and center of all creative and community events. The lush green surroundings, landscaped area and gleaming fountain make for a pleasant sight. It also has a toy train engine playground for kids to enjoy, while parents take a stroll around. However, highlight of the square is the Gazebo, that is an ideal background for your family photographs or wedding video. Evening Concert Series and Brown Bag Concerts, farmers market, public events, weddings and similar events are regularly held here.
Located in the heart of the city, this beautifully landscaped expanse is one of the city's favorite recreational spots. Spanning 25 acres (10.11 hectares), Laurel Park offers something for everyone. Kids will love their own little play area replete with a duck pond. For those into sports, the park offers 13 well-maintained tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, a basketball court as well as shuffleboard facilities. If you simply wish to relax and take in the outdoors, there's a picnic area as well. Check website for more.
This active sailing club welcomes advanced sailors and novices alike to the beautiful shores of Lake Allatoona just northwest of Atlanta, GA. SWSC offers sailing excursions, club sponsored races, rafting dinners, parties, cookouts, and many other social events. The club is based at Allatoona's Habor Town Marina, which features docks, a boat ramp, and the full complement of marine services. Dinner meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month.
The South's largest water park is located about 20 minutes from downtown in suburban Cobb County, and is open weekends during May, then daily from June through August. In addition to water slides, wading pools, and all types of aquatic rides, the park offers Friday night "Dive-In Movies," where guests watch first-run movies from inner tubes in the wave pool. Admission is calculated by height. This charge includes free admission to Six Flags' American Adventures park next door.
Built in 1927, this public 18 hole, par 71 golf course is nestled among rolling hills and tall pines which can frequently affect your shotmaking strategies. Water hazards come into play on three holes and a driving range and pro shop are on site. Rental clubs are available.
Georgians know how to golf, and this is where many of them learn to perfect the art. Located just north of the city in ritzy Marietta, this facility offers lessons for everyone from the devotee to the true greenhorn. A driving range featuring 50 grass and 20 covered tees, all of which are lighted to provide golf well into the night. Two chipping greens, two putting greens, and two sand bunkers are also available. Whether you're looking to improve your all-around skills or perfect that one aspect that's holding you back, the Marietta Golf Center has the cure you seek.
One of the area's best public courses, this wonderful creation was designed by three different architects and is very well maintained. The 18 hole, par 71 course was built on rolling terrain and features narrow, tree-lined fairways, fast and well bunkered greens, and water hazards coming into play on at least ten holes.