Lake Lanier is beautiful all year long. Every once in a while, it’s nice to head north and have a day in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the Blue Ridge Parkway. If only for the change of scenery.
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.
Walking is nice, especially on trails through forests by a lake. If you’re
an eqesterian equstraian someone who likes to ride horses, Don Carter State Park invites you to come and horse around on their brand-new riding trails through pretty woods by Lake Lanier.
The 10th Annual Pirates of Lanier Charity Poker Run sails back to Lake Lanier to celebrate the anniversary of the only charity fundraising event that’s sure to shiver your timbers, me hearties!
The only long-term planning that I do is setting my alarm to wake me up in the morning. But I’m planning ahead to attend Vineyard Fest 2018 at Chateau Elan. That’s because tickets for this November 2018 event will all be sold out before the end of August.
Men quickly abandon their quest to understand women. No, it is not impossible. Yes, they are from Venus. Yes, they are complicated. Yes, you can learn the secret about how to handle a woman. Simply attend the presentation of Camelot at The Cumming Playhouse and pay attention.
What good is a credit card if you can’t scurry out and buy a zippy drone to take amazing photographs around the lake? Sounds like fun, but before you slap on your goggles and launch your geeky gizmo, ask yourself this question: “Can You Fly Your Drone Over Lake Lanier?”
What’s the first thing that happens when you’re out on a dock on Lake Lanier? Yup. Something drops in the lake … and sinks. Is it gone forever? Maybe, but you can always call Lake Lanier Recovery Divers. They pull all kinds of stuff out of murky waters.
Our primary purpose is to help folks have a good time when they travel to Lake Lanier. We have information on camping, dining, boating and parks all around Lanier’s almost 700-miles of shoreline. Every once in a while, we’ll let you know what’s happening with the Water Wars between the Great State of Georgia and Florida, where old people go to flee snow and ice.
The LandShark Landing Docks at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands provide the world’s best reason to buy a boat and tie it up on Lake Lanier.