Chatsworth

Climate Recreation Community Catastrophe

Chatsworth
Eden Index

Climate 7.7 Recreation 6.2 Community 1.9 Safeguard

5.7/10

Chatsworth, located in the northwest corner of Georgia, experiences a humid subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. The area is rich in hydrology constituents, with the Conasauga River running through the city and the nearby Cohutta Wilderness offering numerous creeks, waterfalls, and springs. Outdoor recreation opportunities in Chatsworth include hiking, camping, fishing, and whitewater rafting. The Cohutta Wildlife Management Area provides over 95,000 acres of land for hunting and wildlife viewing. The nearby Fort Mountain State Park offers a scenic drive along the ridge and multiple hiking trails, including the popular 8.2-mile Gahuti Trail. Overall, Chatsworth is a beautiful area with plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.

What is the Eden Index?

The Snoflo Eden Index serves as a comprehensive rating system for regions, evaluating their desirability through a holistic assessment of climate health, outdoor recreation opportunities, and natural disaster risk, acknowledging the profound impact of these factors on livability and well-being.


Climate Health Indicator (CHI): 7.7


Chatsworth receives approximately 1378mm of rain per year, with humidity levels near 82% and air temperatures averaging around 16°C. Chatsworth has a plant hardyness factor of 7, meaning plants and agriculture in this region tend to thrive during the non-winter months. By considering the ideal temperature range, reliable water supplies, clean air, and stable seasonal rain or snowpacks, the Climate Health Indicator (CHI) underscores the significance of a healthy climate as the foundation for quality living.

A healthy climate is paramount for ensuring a high quality of life and livability in a region, fostering both physical well-being and environmental harmony. This can be characterized by ideal temperatures, reliable access to water supplies, clean air, and consistent seasonal rain or snowpacks.


Weather Forecast




Streamflow Conditions

Coosa-Tallapoosa

Area Rivers

Coosa-Tallapoosa



Snowpack Depths

Coosa-Tallapoosa



Reservoir Storage Capacity

Coosa-Tallapoosa



Groundwater Levels


Recreational Opportunity Index (ROI): 6.2


The Recreational Opportunity Index (ROI) recognizes the value of outdoor recreational options, such as parks, hiking trails, camping sites, and fishing spots, while acknowledging that climate plays a pivotal role in ensuring the comfort and consistency of these experiences. Access to outdoor recreational opportunities, encompassing activities such as parks, hiking, camping, and fishing, is crucial for overall well-being, and the climate plays a pivotal role in enabling and enhancing these experiences, ensuring that individuals can engage in nature-based activities comfortably and consistently.


Camping Areas

Campground Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Great Meadows 18 1,038 ft
Waitsboro - Lake Cumberland 25 763 ft
Cottonwood Patch 9 971 ft
Parksville 93 872 ft
McKaskey Creek - Allatoona Lake None 880 ft
Lake Conasauga 35 3,152 ft
Ridgeway - Carters Lake None 1,282 ft
Bandy Creek - Big South Fork Area 147 1,562 ft
Woodring Branch - Carters Lake None 1,142 ft
Clark Creek North - Allatoona Lake None 896 ft
Harris Branch - Carters Lake None 1,230 ft
Macedonia - Lake Allatoona 26 882 ft
Lake Conasauga Overflow 13 3,172 ft
Red Top Mountain State Park None 927 ft
Fishing Creek - Lake Cumberland 45 805 ft
Victoria - Allatoona Lake None 897 ft
Pickett State Rustic Park 32 1,586 ft
McKinney - Allatoona Lake None 889 ft
Old Hwy 41 - Allatoona Lake None 932 ft
Chattahoochee Bend State Park 50 928 ft
Upper Stamp Creek - Allatoona Lake None 926 ft
Clark Creek South - Allatoona Lake None 858 ft
Cochran Mill County Park None 937 ft
Sylco 12 1,219 ft
Sweetwater - Allatoona Lake None 896 ft
Payne - Allatoona Lake None 848 ft
Fort Mountain State Park None 2,656 ft
F.D. Roosevelt State Park None 1,272 ft
Cumberland Point - Lake Cumberland 30 906 ft
Doll Mountain - Carters Lake None 1,206 ft
Salacoa Creek Park 35 752 ft
Fall Creek - Lake Cumberland 10 843 ft
Gatewood - Lake Allatoona None 928 ft
Chilhowee Rec Area 150 2,094 ft
Lake Allatoona Military - Fort McPherson None 891 ft
McIntosh Reserve Park None 715 ft
General Burnside State Park 95 872 ft
World Famous Lake Military - Atlanta NAS None 920 ft

Catastrophe Safeguard Index (CSI):


The Catastrophe Safeguard Index (CSI) recognizes that natural disaster risk, encompassing floods, fires, hurricanes, and tornadoes, can drastically affect safety and the overall appeal of an area. The level of natural disaster risk in a region significantly affects safety and the overall livability, with climate change amplifying these risks by potentially increasing the frequency and intensity of events like floods, fires, hurricanes, and tornadoes, thereby posing substantial challenges to community resilience and well-being.


Community Resilience Indicator (CRI): 1.9


The Community Resilience Indicator (CRI) recognizes that education, healthcare, and socioeconomics are crucial to the well-being of a region. The CRI acknowledges the profound impact of these elements on residents' overall quality of life. By evaluating educational resources, healthcare accessibility, and economic inclusivity, the index captures the essential aspects that contribute to a thriving community, fostering resident satisfaction, equity, and social cohesion.


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