About Lake Lanier
Initially designed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a multi-use reservoir, Lake Lanier has evolved into a beautiful community where residential spaces and natural elements coexist.
This Georgia community offers breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and an impressive array of amenities that can make any hobbyist or tourist giggling in sheer delight. Get to enjoy several adventures such as sailing, fishing, water sports, horseback riding, outdoor activities, golf, wildlife, and dinner by the lakeside.
Visitors have frequented Lake Lanier for its jaw-dropping strI-etch of shoreline running at 692 miles! The lake community boasts of several camping grounds, picnic areas, and some of the most beautiful parks in Georgia. If you plan to stay in Lake Lanier for a short trip, you may stay at Emerald Pointe Resort or Renaissance PineIsle Resort and Golf Club.
Travel about 30 minutes northeast from Atlanta in order to reach this Georgia paradise. Lake Lanier is best accessed via I-85, I-985, or Georgia State Route 400.