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The River Line Historic Area embraces historic and natural resources West of the Chattahoochee River to unite the community as a place of distinction linking Vinings, Smyrna, and Mableton, Georgia

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Want More Parks?

Cobb County bought over 300 acres of passive park land
 under the 2006 Parks Bond Program.

The program was so successful, 
Cobb residents voted for another $40M Parks Bond in 2008,
which still awaits funding.  Show your support for park funding
through the Cobb Parks Coalition web site.
 
  
 
 
One of the most noticeable things about the River Line Historic Area is how "green" it is.  Protecting and restoring the natural resources within the River Line Historic Area will help maintain its "green" character, preserve wildlife habitat, and provide recreation and social interaction opportunities.

 
 
The Chattahoochee River is the most dominant physical element in the area, and it was the impetus for the area's original settlement.  Nickajack Creek is one of the greatest assets in the River Line Historic Area and is one of the primary waterways leading to the Chattahoochee.  The undeveloped land around Nickajack Creek provides a great opportunity to develop a greenway that links the River Line area.