Gridlife at Road Atlanta is easy to explain. Just imagine a fleet of swoopy cars drifting through the curves on one of the galaxy’s best road courses during the day. When the sun sets, EDM rules the night, August 24-26, 2018.
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.
Do you know how many people can fit into the Varsity in Atlanta? 800. Do you know how many people attended a recent Gwinnett Stripers baseball game? 800. That’s crazy.
It’s hard to believe the brainchild of the Lake Lanier Association is getting so old. Come celebrate Shore Sweep’s 30th birthday with a party on August 25, 2018, at Lake Lanier Olympic Park.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) manages Lake Lanier and all the land along its borders. The USACE also regulates deer hunting around Lake Lanier.
You can’t have much fun on Lake Lanier, if you can’t get to Lake Lanier because of snarled traffic on Dawsonville Highway, GA Route 53, west of Gainesville. Now that the new Boling Bridge is open, traffic should sail smoothly for years to come.
School is back is session. The weather is cooling down. Lake Lanier is full of water. Thunderstorms will be less frequent. That means it’s almost the perfect time to rent a boat on Lake Lanier!
The worst part of backpacking in the hills of North Georgia is the fact that you must eventually return home. The second worst part is not knowing what gear or skills you’ll need to camp out overnight. Our friends at Mountain Crossings Outfitters on Blood Mountain are offering you the deal of a lifetime: their soon-to-be-famous Backpacking Class.
Mayfield Dairy in Braselton has been a favorite place to visit for tourists, home school groups, public schools and moms with a few hours to spare. Sadly, in July they announced they would no longer conduct Mayfield Dairy Tours in Braselton.