On the afternoon of Wednesday, June 13, 2018, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at Lake Lanier posted on their Facebook page that they will reopen their Lower Pool West Park to the public on Thursday, June 14th.
Our friends with the Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club (LCKC) have a great opportunity for you. They have plenty of spots available for volunteers needed on Saturday, June 16, 2018. Here’s the catch! You must be willing to have fun, work hard and get a free lunch.
Georgia’s Hands Free Law takes effect on July 1, 2018. Drivers cannot have a phone in their hands or use any part of their bodies to support their phones. That’s why they call it “hands free.”
School’s out for the summer. Now, you’ll have plenty of time to answer every imaginable question from your tykes — over and over — for the next month or so. Break the monotony and hang out with other parents at Don Carter State Park on Lake Lanier on Toddler Tuesdays!
There’s always something fun happening at Lake Lanier Olympic Park. The best time to hit the park? On Food Truck Friday, June 15, 2018!
What? You’ve never heard of a “landshark”? Well, you’ll just have to visit LandShark Landing at Margaritaville on Lake Lanier for the best explanation ever.
Do you remember when Lake Lanier was so low that parks were closed, and you couldn’t even see the lake from some docks that were high and dry? 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.
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.
Lake Lanier’s water level hit 1073.23 above sea level at 8 AM on May 30, 2018. Rain from the storm named Alberto is still falling and much more water will soon drain into Lanier. The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) says closures on Lake Lanier are taking place, with more to come.
Maybe it all began the first time we watched The Wizard of Oz and we fell in love with Dorothy, Toto and that colorful balloon flying away from Kansas. Recapture the romance in Helen, Georgia, at their hot-air balloon festival and long-distance race.