East Cobb

Located northwest of Atlanta, East Cobb is an unincorporated community in Cobb County. It boasts more than 175,000 residents and was originally formed as a suburb of Atlanta in the 1960s. If it were to incorporate into a city, it would be the second largest in the Metro Atlanta area behind Atlanta itself.

Key Features

Neighborly Atmosphere: Though it has a large population, East Cobb emphasizes community events and involvement. This can be seen though the Taste of East Cobb, sports at East Cobb Park, civic associations, the Kiwanis Club, the Rotary Club, and their weekly newspaper, the East Cobb Neighbor.

A Community Feel: East Cobb is comprised of many smaller communities, including Mount Bethel, Shallowford Falls, Sandy Plains, Noonday, Blackwells, and West Oak. These communities are served by a sprawling public school system, including six high schools.

Nest Picks

Chattahoochee Nature Center

The Chattahoochee Nature Center is the headquarters for all things fun around the Chattahoochee River in East Cobb. It provides guidance and information and runs programming for 127 acres of land and water. With trails, a zipline course, wildlife, horticulture, canoeing, a nature store, a discovery center, events, and more, the Center is a great place to visit and explore.

Seed Kitchen & Bar

Listed in the Spring Dining Guide: The Atlanta 50 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Seed Kitchen & Bar prides itself on a seasonal and thoughtfully created menu in a casual yet stylish atmosphere. Swing by for lunch, dinner, or brunch on Sundays!

East Cobb Park

This 20-acre park is one of the most popular in the Cobb County Parks Department system. It was constructed in 2002, and includes pavilions, walking trails, a playground, an outdoor stage, and more. It is a "passive" park, meaning that it does not have any sports facilities. Visitors and residents alike enjoy relaxing and exploring this East Cobb gem.

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