Sardis Creek Park is easy to find.  It’s in the northern part of Lake Lanier, near Chestatee Middle School and Chestatee High School.

An old road surfaces in Lake Lanier near Sardis Creek Park when the water level drops. ~~ Photo by Robert Sutherland

Parents who drop their kids off at school and must wait an hour to pick them up will love passing the time at Sardis Creek Park.

Fish from the banks of Lake Lanier or watch others catch whoppers.  It’s almost as much fun and your hands won’t leave a stinky, gooey mess if you have to shake hands with somebody important when you snag your kids.

If you have more time, you can launch almost any bass boat, pontoon boat or sailboat from the ramps at Sardis Creek Park.  Pause at a picnic table for a bottle of soda and a sandwich after your adventures.

Once you’re on Lake Lanier and you explore part of its 700-miles of shoreline, you’ll see why 7.5 million people love to visit Lake Lanier each year.

Have a great time of relaxation or adventure, but don’t forget to pick up your kids at school.

You’ll find Sardis Creek right off Sardis Road at 2991 Antioch Church Road, Gainesville, 30506.

Hopefully, the water will be higher for your visit than it was the day we took that picture.

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