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PicNik Scene in Cauble Park, Acworth, Georgia USA
Georgia, USA
Cauble Park borders Lake Acworth, an extension of Lake Allatoona to the north. Home of numerous year round events and includes a sand beach, gazebo, veterans memorial, picnic tables.
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