Out with the old and in with the new. That’s what’s happening with the old way we used to pay for parking at US Corps of Engineers (USACE) parks on Lanier. The new way is paying at automated payment gizmos the USACE is calling fee machines.
The Lake Lanier Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting is scheduled to be held on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 4:00 until 8:00 PM.
River Forks Park has a delightful day-use area and a campground with lake views, only a few miles from downtown Gainesville, lovingly maintained by our pals with Hall County.
As of April Fool’s Day 2018, you’ll need a credit card or debit card to park at some recreation areas on Lake Lanier because several USACE Day-Use parks will no longer accept cash.
If you’re looking for a park that is far from Atlanta but close to perfect … you’re looking for Laurel Park on Lake Lanier.
Yes, Daylight Saving Time returns on Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 2 AM. No one knows why, but no one knows why lights go on when we flip switches either.
The list of dates of operation for parks on Lake Lanier has been released by USACE Natural Resource Manager for Lake Lanier Nick Baggett.
In the hills of North Georgia, there’s a secret that you should know. The Appalachian Trail runs through it — hiked by adventurers and characters from all over the world. Come and meet a few on Saturday, February 24, 2018, at the Appalachian Trail Hiker Kickoff Party at Mountain Crossings Outfitters on Blood Mountain on Route 129.
The recent, daily, incessant, constant, unstoppable, nagging rain might be annoying, but at least Lake Lanier is full of water! The lake has risen more than four feet this month.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) operates 13 day-use parks with beaches on Lake Lanier’s almost 700-miles of shoreline. You can either pay $5.00 per visit, or purchase an annual park pass to save money.