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Cobb County Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Department
Cobb County PRC Logo.gif
Seal of the Cobb County PRC
Department overview
Headquarters1792 County Services Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30008
Department executives
  • Eddie Canon, Director
  • Terrence Ramsey, Recreation Services
  • Benjie Brumbeloe, Parks Services
  • Elizabeth Weaver, Arts/Cultural Affairs

In the U.S. state of Georgia, the Cobb County Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department is the unit of Cobb county government which handles county parks, recreation facilities, and cultural affairs programs.


Eastern district

Central district

Western district

Future parks

Hyde Farm

Hyde Farm is a future park, located adjacent to the Johnson Ferry unit of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. It will be purchased from the land trust which bought the farm, and will be paid-for and operated jointly by the county and the National Park Service. The farmstead and home will continue to operate as a working farm.

Other purchases

In 1992, TPL[clarification needed] bought an initial 40 acres (160,000 m2) of the property along the Chattahoochee River, which were added to the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. That deal also ensured J.C. Hyde the right to farm that land along the river for the rest of his life, and TPL was granted the right to buy the upland acreage if the farm was to be sold within the next twenty years. After J.C. Hyde's death in 2004, his heirs sued, seeking to end TPL's contractual right of first offer. But the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia upheld the agreement. TPL and the estate recently[when?] settled the suit, allowing TPL to buy the remaining 95 acres (380,000 m2) for $14,195,000. Cobb County Government and the Cobb County School Board are two different entities or agencies. Both collect their own tax base from the residents in the county.

Recreation centers

Swimming pools

Indoor, year-round:

Outdoor, summer-only:


CCPRCA offers 6 complete tennis facilities. There are a total of 122 tennis courts at Cobb County parks and recreation centers.

Other tennis courts without services are located at several other county parks.



Arts centers