|Storage||Slip Lengths||Sample Storage Prices||Gas Available||Restaurant||Rentals|
|Aqualand Marina||310 covered wet, 1428 open wet||Up to 100 feet||89||
Houseboat, boat, personal watercraft
|Lazy Days at Holiday||61 wet, 570 dry||Up to 125 feet||$527 per quarter up to $1053||91, Diesel|
|Bald Ridge Marina||600 wet||Up to 85 feet||$650 per quarter up to $2030||89, Diesel|
|Gainesville Marina||625 wet and dry||Up to 80 feet||$400 per quarter up to $1400||89||
|Habersham Marina||635 dry||Up to 28 feet||$1900 per quarter up to $2940||89|
|Hideaway Bay Marina||470 wet, 200 dry||Up to 35 feet||$200 per quarter and up||89||
Fish Tales Lakeside Grille
|Holiday Marina||1300 wet||Up to 100 feet||$562 per quarter up to $3611||89, 91, Diesel||
Boat, personal watercraft
|Port Royale Marina||Over 1000 wet and dry||Up to 125 feet||$400 per quarter up to $1400||89, 91||
Pelican Pete’s Lakeside Grill
Boats, Pontoons, Party Barges, Waverunners,and the Party Yacht
|Sunrise Cove Marina||650 wet||Up to 70 feet||$354 per quarter up to $1387||87|
My wife and I are considering moving to the Marietta area. We have a 41′ Egg Harbor convertible boat. We currently boat on the great lakes and are used to hopping on our boat on Friday afternoon and either staying at the Marina (we have two young kids) or going out on the lake and dropping anchor or visiting a guest marina. Any thoughts on which is better – Altoona or Lanier? Input appreciated.
Lanier is a lot larger so there’s more to explore. Lanier is also much deeper, so keeps its water far more often.
Thanks Steve for the input. Do most folks keep their boat in the water all year round or do they dry dock in the winter months?
Almost everyone takes their boat out of the water, whether they put it in their yard or at a storage facility.