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Discover Lake Lanier Cares COVID-19 Community Updates

Keeping you updated!

Gov. Brian Kemp renews COVID-19 restrictions in Georgia with no mask mandate.

The Georgia Department of Public Health is the state’s official COVID-19 response team.

UPDATE (Thursday, August 27 at 3 p.m.): Georgia COVID-19 tracker

UPDATE (Thursday, August 27 at 3 p.m.): Georgia COVID-19 tracker


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



Visit Our Favorite Restaurants & Eateries

For restrictions and tightened due to public safety concerns, visit our favorite restaurants and eateries sites on for more information.


Public spaces are slowly buzzing with activity. The events calendar has been deeply impacted by the required social distancing measures taken by our government to protect us. We are monitoring the calendar daily and making updates.

It’s up to all of us to slow the spread of COVID-19. Stay up to date with public health guidelines before attending events.


Things To Do & See

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