Our community and our world are bracing for this historic pandemic. Now is not the time to think about traveling. Instead we are home with our loved ones, taking special care of each other.
Lake Lanier has always been a place many people call home or their “home away from home” and we want you to always feel welcome here. Currently, living and visiting here is very different during the COVID-19 event. Our lake is still open, but many of our restaurants, retailers and attractions are closed or offering limited service.
Stay tuned here for updates on the availability of goods and services, changes to the status of public events and other helpful information.
Mother Nature Isn’t Cancelled
Everyone can follow the important mandated guidelines for social distancing without giving up the beauty of our great outdoors. Lake Lanier has plenty of wide-open spaces and we invite you to enjoy them.
We can enjoy the parks, trails, and shorelines while maintaining a healthy distance from one another. Below are some outdoor locations with gorgeous views and fresh air – exactly what we’ll need after staying inside a few days.
Elachee Nature Science Center – Trails are open 7 am – Sunset
Hall County Parks – 1,974 acres of public parks and green spaces
Don Carter State Park – Open for hiking, camping, horseback riding
Highlands to Islands Trail – 2.8 and 2.2-mile sections of paved trail
For restrictions and tightened due to public safety concerns, visit our favorite restaurants and eateries sites on https://www.discoverlakelanier.com/home/eat/ for more information.
Festivals, Fairs, and Sporting Events