Imagine a year-long feast inside a fabulously decorated castle nestled among shimmering ponds and romantic vineyards. That’s not a crazy fantasy. That’s the New Year’s Eve Gala at Chateau Elan.
The holidays are almost here! It’s just a matter of time until your loved ones return home (after being stranded at O’Hare or DFW for an hour or a day) and you hear those long forgotten words, “Who drank all the milk?” That’s when you’ll decide to visit Lanier Islands this Christmas.
If you can’t find winter fun in Georgia on your own, let our pals with our state’s Department of Natural Resources help you. They’ve got all kinds of suggestions.
Our pals with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) are still looking to fill paid Park Attendant Contractor positions for campgrounds on Lake Lanier for the summer of 2019.
What is more fun than jumping into cold water at the 2019 Polar Bear Plunge into Lake Lanier? Well, just about everything, if you ask me. Unless you enjoy diving into semi-icy cold water on New Year’s Day to benefit Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club (LCKC).
Pffft. A little rain couldn’t ruin all the plans for the perfect Winter Wonderland at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands. Everything’s just swell, now that License to Chill Snow Island is open!
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce invites you to join them at their Eggs & Issues Breakfast with Governor Deal on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at the new Ramsey Conference Center at Lanier Technical College.
Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources is a terrific resource for every kind of outdoors activity. The latest gem they’re offering us? A fancy online Interactive Fishing Map!
In 2015, Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) lost its corporate mind and opened its corporate heart to an almost insane idea. REI closed all its stores, stopped processing online sales and paid their employees to go outside and play on the biggest shopping day of the year. Now, they want you to OptOutside with REI on Black Friday.