The most unique annual event on Lake Lanier is scheduled for Saturday, September 7th: the 2019 Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival.
Before you can say, “Wow! It’s August already?” it will be September. That means you’d better sign up soon to volunteer for the 2019 Dragon Boat Festival on Lake Lanier. There isn’t a single focal point for the Dragon Boat Festival that will be held …
The Beach Bash moves to Lake Lanier Olympic Park from Gainesville’s Square on Saturday, July 13, 2019.
There weren’t a boat load of participants at the 21st Annual Polar Bear Plunge on February 9th after being postponed from January, 1, 2019.
Wear a wetsuit or a bikini to take the Polar Bear Plunge for Valentine’s Day on Saturday, February 9, 2019, on the docks behind the boathouse at Lake Lanier Olympic Park.
Ancient and modern cultures have contributed to the worldwide fascination and appreciation of Dragon Boat racing. Witness the grandeur for yourself at the 2018 ICF Dragon Boat World Championship on Lake Lanier, September 12-16, 2018.
The premier ICF Dragon Boat World Championships in the Americas will be held at Lake Lanier Olympic Park beginning on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 with the Official Opening Ceremony!
The next Food Truck Friday at Lake Lanier Olympic Park will be June 15th from 5-8 PM. Stay and enjoy the sunset after the food trucks roll away at this kid-friendly event.
In a move that will delight snail darters downstream, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) says they’ll be releasing water from Buford Dam in order to lower the level of Lake Lanier.
Arrive early to watch Dragon Boats race on Saturday, September 9, 2017, at Lake Lanier Olympic Park, but don’t miss the stunning Opening Ceremonies at noon.