• Length: 6 Miles
• Surface Area: 360 Acres
• Drainage Area: 20 Square Miles
Owned and maintained by Acworth's Park and Recreation Department, Lake Acworth is a subimpoundment of neighboring Lake Allatoona. The water of Lake Acworth flows into Lake Allatoona which lies just across the adjoining dam and spillway at the northwest end of the lake. Lake Acworth is drained the last weekend in September when the Great Lake Cleanup is held. The city is dependent upon rainfall to refill Acworth Lake.
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Stretching along the north end of Lake Acworth, Cauble Park's 25 acres make a perfect site for family gatherings or group picnics. A sandy beach with designated swimming area is located here. Swimming is permitted from early June to Labor Day and it should be noted that no lifeguards are on duty at Lake Acworth. Restrooms, changing station, showers and concession stand are conveniently located near the beach. After a swim, a fishing dock, paddleboat rentals, volley ball courts, playgrounds and short trails with a boardwalk add to the day's activities. Rental facilities include group picnic areas with picnic tables and grills. For a day of fun on the water, a boat ramp is available at the east end of Cauble Park.