The simple answer to the question “What is Margaritaville at Lanier Islands?” is … it’s the same as what we used to know as LanierWorld. Except it’s more … and different … and better!
Sleeping outdoors at Lake Lanier’s Van Pugh South Campground might solve all your problems! Rough it in a tent … or tough it out in an RV the size of the Starship Enterprise. Anywhere along Lanier’s shoreline is good medicine.
There should be a giant billboard on Georgia 400 advertising this park. “Toto Creek Campground! Where the Wilderness Meets Snooty Outlet Malls!”
Bolding Mill Campground, operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, is a precious jewel in Lake Lanier’s crown.
Lanier Islands Resort improves with age … because it always has new ways for everyone to have fun, at any age! If you cometh by sea, you’ll love the news about boating at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands, when it opens in May.
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. As of April 1, 2018, 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.