The Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site in Cartersville, Georgia, is now open every day of the week, except Monday, from nine in the morning until 5 PM.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
Paradise Boat Rentals at Park Marina is the largest facility on Lake Allatoona. Rookies can be Captain of the Day by renting all different kinds of very cool vessels until they find the one they want to buy.
Come sailing on Lake Allatoona … over the bounding main! (Even if nobody actually knows what that means.) Fill your sheets with wind, me laddies & ladies!