Created in the 50’s with the construction of Buford Dam and with over 38,000 acres and 692 miles of shoreline Georgia’s Great Lake is full of fascinating urban legends.From underwater race tracks (true) to the mythical Atlantis of Lake Lanier, a city supposedly lost when the waters rose (false according to the Corp of Engineers) there are so many ways to enjoy this
Big Creek Tavern is open all year long. There’s a dock for boats back in Big Creek just beyond Lazy Days Marina; then walk up the hill to the restaurant. The atmosphere is a comfortable neighborhood restaurant and it’s a favorite with locals. Home-cooked blue-plate specials for weekday lunches compliment the full dinner menu that includes Black Angus beef, fresh
The area's newest shoreline dining option at Lake Lanier Islands is Sunset Cove Cafe & Beach Club, with on-the-water access during the summer season. Guests of the Beach & Waterpark have direct access to Sunset Cove through a gate located near the FunDunker attraction.Boaters welcome, lots of dock space, music and more! GPS coordinates North 34 degrees, 10'
Bikini babes galore at Lake Lanier's party central - Cocktail Cove.Here's where you'll find a bevy of bathing beauties lounging on speed boats...sometimes there are so many boats that revelers can step from deck to deck and walk right across the cove!Enjoy a cool beverage from the Cocktail Cove Bar & Grill where they have over 50 specialty drinks with a beach fun