Woodhaven Bend is a uniquely beautiful community, and is made even more so by the uniquely beautiful land it occupies.
The community is nestled within a wooded, two-mile tract almost completely enclosed within the curvature of the Etowah River. Approximately ¾ of the community is bordered by woods and water, creating an environment of rare peace and privacy.
The land was home to two mines during the Georgia Gold Rush of the 1830s, and while the prospectors are long gone, remnants of their quest are preserved on the property, lending the area an air of timelessness.
From the rocky shoals to the rolling meadows to the foothills of the mountains, Woodhaven Bend encompasses the varied landscape of the region in great natural style.