Test results on harmful algae at Lake Allatoona were released on August 14, 2019 by the U.S. Army Corps Engineers.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers responded to reports that harmful algae blooms may be present at Lake Allatoona.
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.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) operates 32 day-parks in our area. It is wise to invest in Corps of Engineers’ Annual Park Passes.
Many drowning deaths can be prevented by following the simple tips from several agencies in Georgia. They call the program SPLASH.
LanierWorld opens for 2017 on May 6th! Summer is right around the corner! Ziplines, beaches and the Fun Dunker will thrill you at Lake Lanier Islands!
Sunset Cove at Lanier Islands is about to open for the 2017 season on Saturday, March 4th. All you need is a bathing suit & a smile for fun in the sun!
Giveback Thursdays & Discounts at Lanier Islands! Help yourself to savings at LanierWorld while helping others. Lanier Islands has partnered with two local charities — the Georgia Mountain Food Bank and Action Ministries — to help collect non-perishable canned goods for those in need. In return for the …
The price of admission to US Army Corps parks on Lake Lanier is $5.00/per day, but you can save money by buying annual passes to use their facilities and boat ramps.
LanierWorld Events at Lake Lanier Islands will razzle-dazzle you for the 2016 season.