In less time than it takes to figure out how to waste time watching television tonight, we could probably sign up for one or more of the four new Adventure Clubs from Georgia State Parks.
Fish gather around underwater structure, such as Christmas trees in Lake Allatoona, and improve your chances of catching as many fish as your grandchildren.
The USACE at Lake Allatoona wants to hire Park Attendant Contractors for 2019. They’ll pay you to spend the summer in a camper at Allatoona, in return for your service to visitors.
If you don’t know how to find fun in Georgia this winter, let our pals with our state’s Department of Natural Resources help. They have terrific suggestions.
The Vineyard Mountain Trail reopens on January 1, 2019 following scheduled hunting activities in the area. If “absence makes the heart grow fonder,” you’ll love walking that path more than ever in the New Year.
The Cobb County Water System says the stinky drinking water from Lake Allatoona is safe to drink and is only a temporary condition. That sounds fishy to many of their customers.
Are the rumors true? Is Payne Boat Ramp the secret portal to the lake’s best fishing? Maybe. You’ll have to find out for yourself. Bring a big net, just in case.
The luxurious Gibbs Gardens — a gem for all those who love magnificent flowers and landscaping — awaits in Ball Ground, Georgia.
You might think that you can take a shotgun and blast Canada geese back to Saskatoon, where they belong, but that is against the law.
Boating in Georgia is a year-round activity. That’s why the DNR reminds us about following these winter boating safety precautions.