Most US Army Corps of Engineers campsites around Allatoona are closed for the 2018 season, although two USACE campgrounds open for autumn camping on Lake Allatoona. Opening dates for the 2019 season are listed below.
When Georgia’s new Hands Free Law takes effect on July 1, 2018, drivers can no longer have a phone in their hands. That means no texting, watching videos or holding a phone, even at stoplights.
Don’t ask why. Just turn your clocks ahead for the switch to Daylight Saving Time at 2 AM on Sunday, March 11, 2018. It doesn’t matter that it doesn’t make sense, even if it’s as goofy as men wearing tassel loafers.
Once known from (1970-2016) as Bartow County’s Carver Park, George Washington Carver Park is just to the east of Red Top Mountain State Park, at 3900 Bartow Carver Park in Acworth, Georgia.
If only the walls could tell you the history of the magnificently restored Victorian Rose Lawn Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. If they do talk to you, please call 911 immediately.
The Lake Allatoona Visitor Center has interesting displays about the construction of the lake and history of the surrounding area. Have a picnic, after a short walk to the Allatoona Dam Overlook.
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.
Wily coyote hunters are invited to kill up to five coyotes per month from March to August in the new Georgia Coyote Challenge.
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.