Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM; Saturday 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
ACWORTH COMMUNITY CENTER
IS NOW OFFICIALLY OPEN
The center is a beautiful, 44,000 square foot facility located minutes from I-75 at the corner of Cherokee Street and Logan Road (4361 Cherokee Street, Acworth, GA 30101). Included in the facility are two high school regulation basketball courts, which are also painted for volleyball and pickleball; a multi-purpose classroom, group exercise room, and banquet hall. Along with programming in the areas of instructional classes, events, athletics, camps, active adult programs, fitness, and therapeutic recreation, the facility will include several rental options for both small and large scale events and opportunities for open play and free use of the walking track during normal operating hours. Normal operating hours are Monday-Friday 7AM-8PM and Saturdays 8AM-2PM. During normal operating hours the public can expect the following:
- Availability of a friendly and helpful Customer Experience Team
- Access to the free walking track
- Access to the group exercise room
Click here for our current Community Center classes and programs.
For more information on the Acworth Community Center, contact Neely Motiejunas through email at email@example.com or call 770-917-1234.
Depot Park Now Open
Depot Park is an architectural replica of the original railroad depot which, for decades, brought commerce into Acworth, sent families off on their travels, and returned soldiers home from war. The Depot features static and electronic displays that tells Acworth's history. The electronic displays have 19 professionally-produced videos of Acworth's history, more than 50 oral histories of long time Acworth residents, and a display that will feature hundreds of special and unique photographs of Acworth. The static displays include story boards that tell the history of Acworth in written form and a display case. The facility is open from 8:00 AM-8:00 PM every day and free to the public.
For more history visit The Inspiring Story of Acworth Depot Park