• Windsong Sailing Academy

    We offer a comprehensive collection of programs providing asa sailing instructions, cruises, clinics, fun sails and corporate team building adventures. Let us make your dream come true. Celebrating over 25 years of Excellence in Education, Recreation and Team Adventures Sailing on Lake Lanier. Website  www.WindsongSail.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WindsongSailingAcademy/timeline

  • Hideaway Marina

    THE place to dock and enjoy your boating experience. Best security on the lake – monitored & manned 24/7 to offer you peace of mind New bathhouse – A/C & locking showers Protected bay – no wake or storm damage Best restaurant on Lake Lanier Lowest gas prices on the read more

  • West Bank Park on Lake Lanier

    West Bank Park is located within sight of Buford Dam on the (ready?) west bank of Lake Lanier. This US Army Corps of Engineers recreational area is an incredibly popular spot for family gatherings, walking, fishing from the banks and for a quiet picnic. The U.S. Army Corps operates 46 park read more

  • Van Pugh North Park

    Van Pugh North Park – Amenities: restrooms, abundant picnic tables, picnic shelter, grills, playgrounds, boat ramp, beach and swim area and a picnic pavilion. Fee per vehicle to enter. Has free life jacket loaner program. Open all year. Note: No pets allowed. Call to reserve a sheltered grill area next read more

  • Vanns Tavern Park on Lake Lanier

    Vann’s Tavern Park – Amenities: Restrooms, boat launch ramp, dock, launch fee, swimming at the beach with white sand. Pets are allowed. Open all year. Located off Vann Tavern Road, Gainesville Georgia LakeLanier.com is a comprehensive guide on the area and we’re happy to share this content from their incredible read more

  • Tidwell Park on Lake Lanier

    Tidwell Park offers beautiful views,  convenient boat ramps and pleasant surroundings.  The last time we visited, there weren’t any picnic tables, although there were many benches throughout the park. The Corps operates 46 park areas around the lake providing, picnicking, campgrounds, boat launching ramps, swimming areas, group picnic shelters and hiking trails. More read more

  • Sardis Creek Park

    Sardis Creek Park on Lake Lanier is operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers. More than 7.5 million people a year visit Lake Lanier, according to the Corps.The Corps operates 46 park areas around the lake providing, picnicking, campgrounds, boat launching ramps, swimming areas, group picnic shelters and hiking trails. read more

  • Lula Park

      Lula Park in Hall County is the is one of the best places to go Canoeing parks. Bring your Canoes and have a great moning, afternoon, or evening.  For more information go to:  LakeLanier.com is a comprehensive guide on the area and we’re happy to share this content from their incredible read more

  • Little River Park on Lake Lanier

    Little Hall Park is located on the north end of Lake Lanier. Little River Park – Amenities: Restrooms, picnic tables, grill and swimming area. Pets are allowed. Very well-liked spot for early morning fishermen to launch their boat, and is one of the best bass fishing areas on Lake Lanier. Open read more

  • Little Hall Park on Lake Lanier

      Little Hall Park – Amenities: Restrooms, picnic tables, picnic shelter, grills, boat ramp and swimming area. Pets are allowed. Has free life jacket loaner program. User fee. Boat ramp open all year. Beach and picnic shelter open April 1 through the third week in September. Phone: Army Corps of read more