Four islands in Lake Lanier are getting help to defend against waves and boat wakes that have eroded their shorelines since the lake was
Joanna Cloud, Executive Director of the Lake Lanier Association announced today installation of over 3,100 lineal feet of shoreline protection will begin in late
For obvious reasons, Lake Lanier evokes thoughts of summer. But don’t count it out during autumn, says Stacey Dickson, President of Lake Lanier Convention
In 1946, government officials walked past the waterweeds of Lanier’s beloved river, and they forged trough the ferns and fondling grass of the 19th century poet’s sacred place, and they saw not the reeds or the laurels or the dewberries. Rather, they saw power. And lots of it.
Whether it’s sails, paddles, skis or motors, visitors will find the largest selection of boats and accessories
Elachee Nature Science Center is branching out with a new seasonal public event, the North Georgia Tree Festival. Promising nature encounters that celebrate the majesty
Three local families were surprised to learn Thursday evening that they are the beneficiaries of this year’s Medical Center Open golf tournament, which raised
Like the three-trunked tree, the 170-acre lakefront property the Wilheits call home is shared by three families: Philip and Mary Hart Wilheit and their two children’s families.
Up your boating game by giving your boat a little face-lift. Whether you have a bass boat, pontoon, cruiser or houseboat, doing a little spring refreshing can work wonders for your on-the-water image.