The Sustainable Water Management Plan for Lake Lanier isn’t exactly “new” news, but it is back in the news as the Water Wars continue in the U.S. Supreme Court
What’s the cheapest and most effective way to reach your customers? The Internet, of course. If you’re not sure how to make your online presence pop, spend a few hours at this Social Media Marketing Workshop on Tuesday, January 20, 2018.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division just released the 2018 Georgia Sport Fishing Regulations.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is working on the Lake Lanier Master Plan Update. That review of current and future recreational needs, among other items, is expected to take about two years to complete.
Lanier Islands’ New Year’s Eve Celebration can keep you out of jail, save you $20,000 and prevent your house from burning to the ground!
The First Day Hike at Don Carter State Park takes place on January 1st 2018. Get it? First Day Hike? First day of the New Year?
The runner-up name for this hike was, “Sober Up in the Woods on New Year’s Day.”
What’s the best way to add a bit of sunshine to rainy nights at home with the kids before Christmas? Pop the family in the car and head to Lanier Islands for the 25th Anniversary of Magical Nights of Lights. It’s open nightly from 5-10 PM through January 3, 2018.
That doesn’t sound true, right? Yes, according to their website, you can get unlimited access to Lanier Islands for $85 per year. Including the Magical Nights of Lights, but not LanierWorld.
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who think winter camping on Lake Lanier sounds terrific and those who believe the words “winter” and “camping” should never be used in the same sentence.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) operates 32 day-parks in our area, including Lake Lanier and Lake Allatoona. It is wise to invest in Corps of Engineers’ Annual Park Passes.
One of the best ways for park visitors to save money is to invest in an annual pass.
You can choose to cough up $5.00 per day per vehicle to enter USACE day-use areas or simply pay $40 for the entire year.