The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) operates 13 day-use parks with beaches on Lake Lanier. You can pay $5.00 per visit, or purchase an annual park pass to save money.
Now that the unusually high water is receding, more USACE parks reopened on Lanier.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at Lake Lanier says the release of its updated Master Plan will be delayed well past the fall of 2019.
Before you put on your goggles and launch your geeky gizmo, ask yourself this question: “Can You Fly Your Drone Over Lake Lanier?”
The Corps of Engineers will host four open house meetings in February to update the public on the status of a Recreation Capacity Study and Master Plan Update for Lake Lanier.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is working on the Lake Lanier Master Plan Update. That review of current and future recreational needs, among other items, is expected to take about two years to complete.
Since most USACE offices are closed on weekends, the final day to purchase a Senior Pass online or in person for a mere $10 is Friday, August 25th, 2017.
Security cameras are now allowed on Lake Lanier docks, according to the US Army Corps of Engineers. When will the first videos go viral on YouTube?
The cost for America the Beautiful passes for Seniors (ages 62 and older) will increase from $10 to $80 on August 28th, 2017.
The USACE approved reduced flows of water from Lake Lanier through March 31, 2017, according to the USACE’s Timothy Oberle.