What proves that Gainesville, Georgia, is the Poultry Capital of the Whole Dang World? The 2018 Spring Chicken Festival, of course.
Nobody in their right mind likes war. We all want world peace. We don’t want our sons and daughters to go to war. When it’s inevitable, we send our best: the Army Rangers. See them in action and meet them yourself at the 5th Ranger Training Battalion Open House in Dahlonega, GA, on Saturday, April 28, 2018.
The Gwinnett Braves baseball team traded that great name for a new one. Ready? The Gwinnett Stripers! Now, it’s all about that Bass, and triples. Go Stripers!
Yes! There are still a few openings for summer jobs in Paradise. Margaritaville at Lanier Islands, to be exact.
Unfortunately, on Friday, April 20, 2018, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) released bad news for winter camping on Lake Lanier.
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.