Want to enjoy the great outdoors one more time before you send the kids back to school? Check out the Outdoor Romping & Creek Stomping series put on by Cobb County Water System and Parks, Recreational Cultural Affairs.
Educators from the Watershed Stewardship and Natural Resources programs will be on site and lead parents and children alike through adventure sessions at local public parks. The next event, which is a family-friendly scavenger hunt, is set to take place on Tuesday, July 26. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.at Kennworth Park in Acworth. The cost is only $2 per person.
While you might have to hunt for the nature items on the scavenger list, you don’t have to look far for a great deal on Cobb County new homes for sale. Visit one of Traton Homes’ many great communities in the Acworth area. A great area to live, Acworth was named a 2010 All America City award winner. Residents in Lochshire have access to Cherokee County schools and the Etowah High District, a 2010 National Blue Ribbon School for High Achievement. Homes in Lochshire are priced from the $230s. Rosewood Park in North East Paulding offers a great location with homes priced from the $170s.
Visit the Traton Homes website for community information or call (770) 427-9064.