It’s so hard to choose just one place to moor your boat from among the favorite marinas on Lake Allatoona, you’re going to have to buy extra boats!
On Thursday, March 7, 2019, Lake Allatoona’s waters rose to 851.13 feet above sea level. That’s down from March 5th, when Lake Allatoona crested at 851.56 feet.
There are great reasons to attend the 2019 Atlanta Boat Show that runs from Thursday, January 10th through Sunday the 13th at the Georgia World Congress Center in Hall A.
The 2018 Atlanta Boat Show is off to a chilly start in Atlanta, but this weekend it will be warm enough to float your new boat on Lake Allatoona.
Boat rentals on Lake Allatoona save time, money and more money. Just call a marina and say, “I want to rent a boat.” They say, “Okay.” You do the deal and hit the lake in their boat. Heck, yeah.
Boating in Georgia is a year-round activity. That’s why the DNR reminds us about following these winter boating safety precautions.
Deputy Public Affairs Officer for the USACE Lisa Parker released a flood risk statement, due to the potential for flooding from recent rains.
Safe Boating Week — May 16–22, 2015 — was officially declared by Georgia’s Governor Nathan Deal, in conjunction with National Safe Boating Week. Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Rangers, along with other state and local agencies, will buckle on their life jackets, get out on the water and work all summer to keep the public safe. Rangers always wear […]
The 2015 Atlanta Boat Show — Georgia’s premier boat exposition — is celebrating its 52nd year as the best place to see and buy boats, gear and accessories. If it’s for boating, you’ll find it at the Atlanta Boat Show! Hundreds of new boats will be on display including: powerboats center consoles ski boats and personal […]
On November 7, 2014, Georgia’s Governor Deal announced that the state of Georgia, the Atlanta Regional Commission and Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority filed lawsuits against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for failure to address long-standing water supply requests in the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa (ACT) River Basin. The suits were filed in the U.S. District Court […]