Located about 10 miles northwest of Atlanta, the City of Smyrna sits just outside I-285. The city was incorporated in 1872 and covers approximately 15 square miles. To this day, it enjoys a variety of cultural amenities as well as a picturesque landscape.

Key Features

Flower Power: In its 15 square miles, Smyrna boasts 304 acres of park and green space. It's known as the "Jonquil City" for the thousands of flowers that bloom all over the city in the spring. It's no wonder Smyrna residents are often found outside enjoying the beauty of their city.

A Breath of Fresh Air: With a recent influx of cultural draws, Smyrna continues to grow and expand. For first-time homeowners, young families, retirees, and anyone in between, this city offers a break from the hustle of Atlanta while retaining proximity to the best restaurants, sports centers, and parks the area has to offer.

Nest Picks

Silver Comet Trail

This 61.5 mile fully paved trail begins in Smyrna and ends at the Georgia/Alabama state line, where it connects to the Chief Ladiga Trail. It was built on an abandoned railroad line, is free to use, and is wheelchair accessible. Residents and visitors to the area use it to walk, bike, rollerblade, run, and see the area in a new way.

Concord Covered Bridge

This historic bridge was built in 1872 and is still in use today. It is renowned as the only covered bridge in Cobb County, and is the central point of the Concord Covered Bridge Historic District, created in 1986. No trip to Smyrna is complete without visiting this historic and beautiful landmark.

Battery at SunTrust Park

Plans for the Battery began in 2013 and were completed in 2017. While its focal point is SunTrust Park, the home stadium of the Atlanta Braves, the Battery strives to be more than just a game-day attraction. This mixed-use development also includes outposts from some of Atlanta's most popular chefs, as well as the Omni, a four-star luxury hotel, and the Roxy Theater, an entertainment venue with a 4,000-person capacity.

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