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Cooper's Furnace Day Use Area


Located along Allatoona Lake, the Army Corps of Engineers operated Cooper's Furnace Day Use Area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and offers the opportunity to view the remnants of an iron manufacturing facility which was started by Mark Anthony Cooper, sold to the Confederate States of America and destroyed by Union Forces during Sherman's Atlanta Campaign. In addition to the remaining cold blast furnace, Cooper's Furnace Day Use Area offers picnicking, group camping and hiking trails.

To reach Cooper's Furnace Day Use Area from Atlanta, travel north along I=75 to exit 288 and turn south onto GA 113. Continue along GA 113 to the second light and turn south onto US 41. Travel one mile along US 41 to the River Road exit and turn left. Follow River Road to it's end at Cooper's Furnace Day Use Area.

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