Sure has been a rough spring, hasn’t it? Any day now, the sun will come out. We’ll complain about the heat, and it will be time to go camping at Lake Allatoona to cool down.
Our friends with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) have begun accepting advance reservations for all its campsites for the 2018 camping season at Lake Allatoona.
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 Vineyard Mountain Trail near Lake Allatoona will be closed from December 1st — Sunday December 31st 2017 to allow for hunting to be conducted in the area.
Purchasing a Corps of Engineers’ Annual Park Pass for Lake Allatoona might save you hundreds of dollars a year.
The history of Lake Allatoona began before it was authorized by the United States Congress and signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941.
The best way to describe the location of Allatoona Lake? “At the intersection of heaven and Georgia.”
Hiking trails help you get away with family and friends. They can also help you get away from family and friends. Happy trails await you … at Lake Allatoona.
To go fishing on Lake Allatoona, all you need is a modest fishing pole, a worm and somebody who will bait your hook and take the fish off when you land Big Ones.
Birding at Lake Allatoona — also known as bird watching — is thought to be a sport for geeks who aren’t coordinated enough to play video games. Nonsense! May the pileated woodpecker of paradise peck the wood of those who know so little about the thrill of birding. Bird watching is far less boring than watching men […]