Life in Gainesville-Hall County is far removed from the hustle and bustle of a major city, but don’t think for a minute that its culture is small town, too. Few exurban communities feature the vast range of high quality cultural and lifestyle opportunities found here.
The quality-of-life stories are numerous, and the biggest of all is Lake Lanier. In fact, two of the largest marinas in the world find plenty of elbow room among its 38,000 acres of water. But the lake made its biggest splash back in 1996 as the U.S. Olympic site for the rowing, canoeing and kayaking competition – and the legacy continues today with numerous international events and a training facility for potential young Olympians.
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