It’s easier to understand how low water levels can close boat ramps on Lake Lanier or elsewhere. High water can close ramps too.
It might stop raining someday. Until that day, we’ll hear from the US Army Corps of Engineers about how high water closes Lake Lanier boat ramps.
Do you remember when Lake Lanier was so low that parks were closed? Well, the lake is at record levels in June of 2018. High water has closed some parks. Here’s the map of open parks on Lake Lanier.
Our highways are in the hands of men and women at GA DOT. Their superpowers are greater than their Foes of the Freeways. Yes, you can drive to Lake Lanier through Atlanta!
For motorcycle enthusiasts this has been a wonderful rain-free summer. For those who own boats, however, the drought has caused annoying and dangerous low water levels in Lake Lanier. A few boat ramps on Lake Lanier have closed. At 11:15 AM on October 27, 2016, …
Browns Bridge will be closed between 9 PM and 5 AM on Friday, October 28th through Monday, October 31, 2016. Happy Halloween!
Georgia DOT crews are treating several state routes in the region with a salt and gravel mixture. The weather has also caused some roads in the region to be closed “until the winter event is over.”
On Tuesday evening, January 19, 2016, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency in preparation to icy weather headed for North Georgia.
The Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club (LLKC) has postponed its 19th Annual Polar Bear Plunge previously scheduled for New Year’s Day 2016.
High water on Lake Lanier and debris floating into the lake are closing parks and endangering boaters.