Our pals, the Hall County Sheriff’s Office Investigators, are asking for your help in solving the Mystery of the Prosthetic Leg!
We’re thankful for the press release sent to us by Lake Lanier Olympic Park Executive Director Robyn Lynch on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 regarding the final medal counts at the 2018 ICF Dragon Boat World Championship races held from September 13 through the 16th held on Lake Lanier.
And a good time was had by all …
The combination of ancient and modern cultures has fascinated people around the world through Dragon Boat racing. Witness the grandeur for yourself at the 2018 ICF Dragon Boat World Championship on Lake Lanier, through Sunday, September 16, 2018.
Fishing — alone on a misty morning or in a tournament with friends and foes — can be relaxing or maddening. Catching fish is an art, not just a skill. That’s part of what you’ll learn if you hire one of the exceptional fishing guides on Lake Lanier.
The Lake Lanier Association orchestrates a thousand Shore Sweep volunteers to collect trash from Lake Lanier annually. Although this year’s event on Saturday, September 15, 2018 is officially scheduled from 8 AM until 1 PM, they could use your help even before the big day.
If it’s too hot to drop the top on your convertible or ride your Harley in the summer sun, it’s too hot to go fishing. Cooler weather is on the way and you’ll be fishing again soon. That means you’ll want to visit one of the great bait shops on Lake Lanier.
Dahlonega Trail Fest 2018 comes to America’s Best Unknown Town to promote and celebrate the Appalachian Trail and other nearby paths of joy and peace. They’re still looking for a few volunteers to work on Saturday, September 8, 2018. Those who offer their time will either receive free cosmetic surgery; all the brand-new gear you will need to hike the entire Appalachian Trail for free; $100,000 in college scholarship grants; or, a free meal from the grub tent.
It’s no surprise that a recent poll of travel writers found that Georgia is the most beautiful state in America (by a score of 1-0). Lake Lanier has only one small flaw: USACE Day Use park beaches close on September 29, 2018. In a perfect world, they would always be open.
Fall in Georgia begins on Saturday, September 22, 2018, following a hot, humid summer. That’s okay. Autumn is the best time to camp on Lake Lanier!
For the first time ever, I saw an ad for a local restaurant on my Facebook feed, I took the bait and went there for lunch. I had driven by many times, but always said to myself, “What the heck is that?” Now I know. Bucket O’ Shrimp is perfectly imperfect and joyfully serves succulent seafood to those bold enough to give it a try.