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their heels in the water or floating in the shade of the trees
arching over the muddy banks.
Visitors are availed of a number of put-ins along the river’s
length, allowing you to tailor your excursion to a quick few hours
or an all-day outing. Several companies, including Nantahala
Outdoor Center, rent vessels of all types and offer shuttle services.
Big things have been happening in the Chattahoochee corridor
as of late. The historic Discovery Park at the River Line opened in
south Cobb this spring, featuring over a mile of river frontage. Its
103 acres make it a sizable greenspace for area residents, and its
preserved Civil War earthworks offer much to learn about Cobb’s
history during the siege of Atlanta.
The National Park Service, meanwhile, named this year a new
superintendent to oversee the National Recreation Area. Ann
Honious served as the park’s acting superintendent for eight
months in 2020, and began in August 2020 to run the area on a
“I am excited to return to Chattahoochee River National
Recreation Area, this time as the permanent superintendent,”
Honious said as the news was announced. “As acting
superintendent for the park last year, I came to recognize and
appreciate what an asset this park is and how important it is to
the regional community.”
Community leaders are hopeful Honious will help spur even
greater investment in the majestic parkland. One proposal
currently in the works, spearheaded by the Cumberland
Community Improvement District, is a complete remodeling of
the Paces Mill area, located where Cobb Parkway crosses the river.
Paces Mill is one of the most popular spots along the river,
frequently used as the take-out point for Hooch shooters. It’s
also, at more than 750 acres, a seriously spacious greenspace.
Cumberland CID leaders and the National Park Service hope to
rebuild the parking area in the coming years to make the space feel
more like a national park, and update its decades-old facilities.
Finally, off in the hazy, distant future, is a vision for a trail
which could come to best even the mighty Silver Comet. The
Chattahoochee RiverLands project hopes to build out 100 miles of
continuous greenspace along the river from Lake Lanier to Newnan.
A major feature of that project will be a path and greenway
following the river. The project got a big boost recently when
in July 2021, the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation donated
$9 million toward a 2.7-mile, Cobb-based pilot section of the
A conceptual rendering shows a recreational beach area proposed for a
piece of the Cobb County stretch of the Chattahoochee RiverLands project.