The most unique annual event on Lake Lanier is scheduled for Saturday, September 7th: the 2019 Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival.
Test results on harmful algae at Lake Allatoona were released on August 14, 2019 by the U.S. Army Corps Engineers.
What’s the best way to experience the greatest lake in Georgia? On the water! So, rent a boat on Lake Lanier.
Looking for the perfect excuse? Just say, “I’d love to but I’m attending the Dragon Boat Lessons for Beginners” at LCKC.”
Sorry, you cannot buy a new dock permit on Lake Lanier for $835. They’re all gone, for now.
If you’ve recently discovered Lake Lanier, you might be surprised to find so many day-use parks around Georgia’s Greatest Lake. Secluded locations and popular recreational areas seem to be everywhere.
Sail away into the sunset from the Port of Indecision at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands on one of their two spiffed up excursion yachts, The LandShark and The Margaritaville.
Port Royale Marina is the perfect spot to begin, end or pause in the middle of any day on Lake Lanier.
Shoal Creek Campground is owned by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Our friends at Lanier Islands lease this park from the Corps and maintain it for us all.
The newest phase of the reinvention of Lanier Islands is open and ready for business: Margaritaville RV Resort.