Lake Lanier Marinas
Lake Lanier marinas are open all year long because the lake doesn’t ice over and we never have to wait too long for a warm afternoon to hit the open waters.
Aqualand’s website says it is the world’s largest inland marina and the largest marina in the United States.
Situated in a lush, natural setting on Lake Lanier, this serene haven seems worlds away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but it’s only 45 minutes from Atlanta.
Address: 6800 Lights Ferry Road, Flowery Branch
Aquamarina Lazy Days is the legendary, full service marina located just a short drive north of Atlanta on I-985, off the Lake Lanier Islands Parkway exit.
Address: 6700 Holiday Road, Buford
Bald Ridge Marina is the southern-most marina on Lake Lanier.
They’ve served boaters since 1958, when the marina first opened with 32 boat slips.
Address: 1850 Bald Ridge Marina Road, Cumming
Gainesville Marina & Boat Sales has been the northern-most marina on Lake Lanier for more than 50 years.
They’re also the only public marina north of Browns Bridge Road.
Address: 2145 Dawsonville Highway, Gainesville
Address: 2200 Habersham Road, Cumming
Hideaway Bay Marina (formerly Starboard Cove Marina) is a full-service marina. Their name reflects their unique location just off the main body of Lake Lanier.
You can’t get much closer to the best that Lake Lanier offers and you can’t get much farther away from the lake’s irritating and damaging boat wakes.
Holiday is the oldest and one of the lake’s largest floating marinas – with almost 1,300 wet slips, ranging from 22 feet to 100 feet in length. They’re located just outside of Lake Lanier Islands on the east side of the lake, near Buford, Georgia.
Port Royale Marina & Lakeside Community has been around since Lake Lanier’s earliest days.
Formerly known as “Lan Mar Marina,” Port Royale has everything you’ll need to enjoy Lake Lanier
Try Port Royale’s dockside dining after a sunset cruise on beautiful Lake Lanier.
Address: 9200 Lan Mar Road, Gainesville
Sunrise Cove Marina was originally built in 1956. Back then it was called Beaver Ruin Park. From 1958 until 1988 it was known as Snug Harbor. When it became part of the Westrec family of marinas, the name “Sunrise Cove Marina” stuck.
When you visit the marina, come early enough to watch the sun rise over the park-like 62-acres at Sunrise Cove Marina and its variety of 749 slips on Lake Lanier.