Harbor Landing at Lanier Islands Resort Marina

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Place Category: PLAY Attractions, PLAY Boating & Marinas, and PLAY Cruises & Boat Tours

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    At Harbor Landing, be your own captain and explore Lake Lanier’s 38,000 acres with boat rentals on Lake Lanier. Margaritaville at Lanier Islands offers a large variety of pontoons, tritoons, luxury houseboats, and VIP excursion yachts. In addition, a variety of tubes, wakeboards, and water sports equipment are available for rent.

    Guests may also purchase fishing equipment, bait, and other boating supplies at the Harbor Landing store. Contact us at 470.323.3465 or visit the boating page to learn more about boat rentals on Lake Lanier.

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  • 1 Review on “Harbor Landing at Lanier Islands Resort Marina”

    1. Stacey Dickson Harbor Landing at Lanier Islands Resort Marina
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      @Yelp, Adam C. of Chicago, IL said…

      We rented a pontoon boat for 4 hours from this place. It was really nice because the boats were only 2 weeks old. For 4 hours, it is $265 and then they add in the optional insurance of $35, tube rental of $30 and gas (about $25 for us, but will vary depending on how much you use). All in all you are looking at about $375, all in, once taxes are figured in.

      We had been to Lake Lanier twice before, but had only gone to Sunset Cove, which can get insanely crowded with everybody lining their boats up on the beach to the point that there is no room left to actually get in the water. It was nice to have our own boat and go exploring all the many “private” islands all over the lake. We found several little islands that we made our own for an hour at a time, stopping on one to have a picnic, another to anchor and swim, and another to relax in the sun. We spent the last hour tubing before it was time to return the boat to the rental facility. Time flew by very quickly. Four hours felt like two hours. Next time, we’ll probably do the full 8 hour rental.

      Lake Lanier is a really cool lake with a lot to do. It is an incredible recreation spot with amazing amenities. On the downside, the lake is pretty difficult to navigate, having lots of channels, fingers and islands. Having a map of the lake is no help, either, as it felt to me like it bore no resemblance to what I was seeing with my own eyes. For proof of this, take any map of Lanier and lay it over the latest Google satellite maps pic of the lake. We made sure to keep our bearings on where the rental place was wherever we went, just to be sure we could get back. The return was hassle free as the dock-hand helped us dock and remove our things. This is definitely a fun family adventure worth your Saturday afternoon.

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