There are plenty of entertaining things to do in Cobb County. Be sure to check out the websites as well as other things to do while in Cobb. Feel free to share and submit on Facebook or Twitter other attractions you think can be added.
Cobb County is becoming a growing hub in the South for craft brewing and distilling. In fact, a number of breweries located in Cobb County are distributing their products nationwide! Take this tour to visit our local breweries and distilleries and support our local economy.
Always remember: drink responsibly
Cobb County has several trail networks, existing and programmed, that connect major areas throughout the area. While these trails provide a recreational outlet to both pedestrians and bicyclists, they also serve as a healthier commuting alternative for travelers aiming to avoid the congestion of some of the county's thoroughfares.
Farmers Markets have increased in popularity within recent years. They are one of the best places to find locally grown, fresh produce and groceries. With farmers markets spread across the County, you're sure to find one near you.
Created and Managed by The Master Gardener Volunteers of Cobb County (MGVOCC), the MGVOCC supports 16 projects and partners with Cobb Community Gardens to educate families on growing their own food at Community Gardens throughout the county.
Jim Miller Park offers facilities that are available to host your major events, concert, trade show, rodeo and festivals. Reasonable rental rates for each facility or combination of facilities. Staff will assist you in planning your event.
This map highlights 3 different tour routes, in which to explore historic areas in Cobb County and our six cities. All tours can originate (for driving) at the Marietta Welcome Center.
Unfortunately, historic structures must be torn down. However, the Historic Preservation Commission is preserving the memories of these locations through photos and stories. Learn more about Cobb County's history.
A common inquiry received at the Watershed Stewardship Program office is “why don’t I hear as many frogs calling as when I was younger.” It is a tough question to answer. We need data to truly understand what is happening with frogs. Now you have the opportunity to get involved in monitoring the health of our frog and toad populations!