The 1962 addition of the social hall allowed for families and the community to rent the space for recreational as well as entertainment purposes. Three pavillions are included as picnic areas with barbeque pits and are both non-contributing resources.
The Lake Acworth Beach and Bathhouse is significant for its architecture, recreation/entertainment, and social history. The site was dedicated by Governor Herman Talmadge and was created for whites only making no areas for African Americans. The period of significance for this historic site is 1953-1955. The Acworth beach and bathhouse was created to change the towns image from rural to a retreat city.