Is There a Marietta Interstate Move or Cross Country Move in Your Future?
Save time and money with a moving truck rental from SureMove.
Estes SureMove is the smart alternative to a full-service moving truck rental to or from Marietta, GA—or the surrounding area including Kennesaw, Smyrna and Sandy Springs. And SureMove makes it simple. Whether your move is interstate or cross country, here's how it works:
- We drop off one of our spacious trailers at your home.
- You pack and load it with your household goods.
- We take the trailer to your new residence.
- You unload your belongings, move in…and save!
The locals call it May-retta. And if your moving truck rental is heading to this vibrant city, you'll be living in the county seat of Cobb County, located in northwest Georgia just 15 miles northwest of Atlanta. With a population of nearly 60,000, Marietta is one of Atlanta's largest suburbs.
Marietta is ingrained with history—but it's a completely modern community. Incorporated in 1852 and burned by the Union army during the Civil War, Marietta was named an All-America City in 2006 by the National Civic League. The city has also received recent media acclaim as one of the best places to retire in the United States.
Marietta's historic structures and iconic city square recall the city's past. The Battle of Kennesaw Mountain—a turning point in the Civil War—was fought just a few miles away. However, many of Marietta's most popular neighborhoods are of recent vintage. Be sure to take some time and tour a few, including Chestnut Creek, Chestnut Ridge, Chimney Springs, Carriage Lakes, Carriage Parks and Mount Bethel.
Marietta's parks and recreation system is as impressive as the neighborhoods it serves. The city has 18 parks, including A.L. Burrus Nature Park, Custer Park, Flournoy Park, Glover Park, the Elizabeth Porter Recreational Complex and the Aviation Baseball/Softball Complex. Monarch Park even features a butterfly garden! You can also get some exercise at the nearby Silver Comet Trail, which is open to bicyclists, walkers and joggers along nearly 13 miles of abandoned railroad tracks. There's also hiking along the Pigeon Hill and Burnt Hickory loops.
Other popular Marietta-area attractions that you should see (or see at least one more time if you're moving away) include Marietta Square, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, the Aviation Wing of the Marietta Museum of History, the Root House Museum, the Jennie T. Anderson Theatre and the Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum. There's also the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History, the Marietta National Cemetery, the Marietta Confederate Cemetery and the Smith Gilbert Gardens.
Are you—or someone you know—one of the many people who will be moving to or from Marietta or the surrounding area this year? Then make sure that your move is a SureMove. Just call SureMove toll-free at 866-347-2260 for more information about how we can help you with your Marietta interstate or cross country move.