Updated: Jul 31, 2021
The routes to some of the rich heritage and many historical treasures in the South Cobb zone are marked in the Georgia Pacific and Southern railroads. The ruins of a historic field hospital Museum of the Civil War of what was the Hooper Turner House on Oakdale Road; the Six Flags Theme Park; over 60 miles of Silver Comet Trail from Smyrna to Alabama; the River Line residential community and Discovery Park at River Line; the Concord Covered Bridge and the Gann-Love-Hill House all lay witness to the story of South Cobb. A plethora of modern shopping centers, restaurants, hotels, recreational parks, ball fields, public and charter schools, churches and moderate to million-dollar homes in this burgeoning community, also make South Cobb an extraordinary place to visit and live. Most impressively, our towns of roughly 150,000 residents, just 15 miles west of the Atlanta Metro area, are some of the most diverse in all of Georgia.