20 Mar Cobb County Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs
The Cobb County Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department currently operates 44 facilities and has 1,350 developed acres. As the primary provider of leisure services and facilities within the county, the department provides a wide range of athletic, artistic, therapeutic and educational services. Specialized facilities include the Cobb County Civic Center Complex, Al Bishop and Lost Mountain Softball Complexes, 4 recreation centers, 4 community centers, 3 arts centers, the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre, the Cobb Gymnastics Center, 6 tennis centers and 112 tennis courts, 4 indoor aquatic centers and 2 outdoor pools, 20 miles of trails, 2 golf courses and the fairgrounds at Jim Miller Park. The Department also serves as a resource for over 70 of the county's volunteer groups, assisting them in areas such as park use scheduling, incorporation, by-laws and technical expertise.