The water flowing from Lake Allatoona offers many benefits. Formerly flooded parks are reopening, hydro-electric generation is humming away and the lake is approaching full summer pool.
Daylight Saving Time returns to strike us all on Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 2 AM.
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.
Our pals with the Georgia Department of Transportation are happy to announce that Atlanta traffic improved to 11th worst in America, up from 4th worst in 2017. Yes, traffic is insane, but it’s not as bad as it was!
Learning about current weather conditions, lake level and the timing of discharges at Allatoona Dam is a bit imperfect.
From a humble start in 1975, the Atlanta Camping and RV Show has grown to become the dominant RV dealer show in the Southeast.
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.