These activities are for people who are comfortable being in larger groups and around a potentially larger number of other people.
If you are interested in visiting Cobb County, Georgia, we are ready to welcome you! Ensuring the safety of our residents and our visitors has always been a priority, but now more than ever, we want to make sure that you can experience Cobb County in a way that’s most comfortable for you.
No matter what your comfort level is, always remember to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) including staying home if you are sick, washing your hands frequently, and wearing a mask when you are around others.Be sure to call or visit the website of any attraction that you are interested in visiting for the most up-to-date information on operating hours, safety procedures, and other special announcements.
For more than 50 years, Six Flags Over Georgia has been home to family entertainment and exciting thrills. Six Flags has developed a reopening plan that was developed in coordination with expert epidemiologists and is designed to protect both guests and team members. Currently, reservations are required to enter the park.
At 70-acres, Six Flags White Water is the largest water park in the Southeast. With numerous water-themed rides, games, and activities, this fun-filled amusement park is a top spot for those seeking a way to cool down this summer. White Water has developed a reopening plan that was developed in coordination with expert epidemiologists and is designed to protect both guests and team members. Currently, reservations are required to enter the park.
Connected to Truist Park, The Battery Atlanta is an innovative mixed-used development that’s open even on non-game days. Filled with a variety of restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, The Battery Atlanta has a little something for everyone. Hand washing and hand sanitizing stations have been installed throughout the development for safety and convenience.
Cauble Park is one of northwest Georgia’s finest parks, located on the north side of Lake Acworth. The 25-acre park contains fishing points, a boating ramp, boardwalk, a beach, playgrounds, and an open play area.
Don’t forget to share sweet photos of your Cobb County adventure with us by using #AtlantasSweetSpot on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Your photo could be featured on our social media pages! For even more ideas of things to do, check out our ‘Open for Business’ blog, browse our calendar of events, or read through our expansive list of activities in Cobb. To see more Social Distancing resources in Cobb County, click here.