The Memorial Day weekend on Lake Allatoona will be a hot one. “Like seven inches from the midday sun,” to quote Santana’s song, Smooth.
We regret to report news of an Appalachian Trail hiker slain in Virginia. Ronald S. Sanchez, Jr., was killed on the Appalachian Trail in Wythe County, Virginia early in the morning of Saturday, May 11, 2019. His accused attacker has been apprehended and is in jail.
On May 1, 2019, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Mobile District will begin to accept Lake Allatoona hunting permit application requests for the 2019/2020 hunting season.
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.
Learning about current weather conditions, lake level and the timing of discharges at Allatoona Dam is a bit imperfect.
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.
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.
The best way to describe the location of Allatoona Lake? “At the intersection of heaven and Georgia.”
The Bartow History Museum at 4 East Church Street in Cartersville, Georgia, preserves irreplaceable documents and rare artifacts that help us learn about our past.
Cooler weather and autumn color are on the way. That means it’s time to hit the website, Leaf Watch 2017: The Best Friend of Leaf Peepers!