Spring Ride!!!!!!

Captain PegLeg

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Allatoona landing is by far the most chilax campground on any lake. It's hard to camp at Lanier with a single site and jet skis without getting hassled on the water, or at night camping. It's hard to be ole run down 'toona landing.
 
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I'll actually be able to ride a ski by then so I'm definitely in! Lanier or Allatoona is fine with me.

If anyone wants a large deep lake then Lake Martin (not to be confused with Lake Logan Martin) stretches about 20-30 miles and some of the wider areas are around 150 ft deep. I've seen some pretty big boats out there for a lake. The problem is it's quite a drive from Atlanta and I have no idea what the camping situation there is.
 
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I'll actually be able to ride a ski by then so I'm definitely in! Lanier or Allatoona is fine with me.

If anyone wants a large deep lake then Lake Martin (not to be confused with Lake Logan Martin) stretches about 20-30 miles and some of the wider areas are around 150 ft deep. I've seen some pretty big boats out there for a lake. The problem is it's quite a drive from Atlanta and I have no idea what the camping situation there is.[/QUOTE
Shoal Creek camp ground is on Lanier and is not a core park and has no DNR on the property. It is owned by Lanier islands and you can have all the beer you want . I ride out there every week and have never been stopped by DNR. Way more fun than Altoona by far lots of big wakes!!
 
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I normally have a big camp out on my birthday April 18-21 if anyone is interested in coming out to ride that weekend. There are cruzers up to 60 feet on the lake
From 2002-2006 We use to have a few rides a year up at Jetski Cove. And Camp across the lake. Nothing like a late friday afternoon sunset session behind the 42' Bertrams. Nothing like cranking a nose stab 10'+ and landing in smooth water. Like landing in Milk!!!!!!!!
 
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I rode at jet ski cove a few times last year but the DNR was all over us walking the beach and looking in our cups and coolers . We never have that problem at Shoal Creek. And it’s only a 10 minute boat ride to LandSharks for good food and drinks. My boat holds 16 and I will have it out there.
 
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Yup!!!! It actually started out as "The Lanier Ride".......... That is all that it was called..... Somehow we got talking about that like and decided to meet up one weekend. Had guys from all over the SE show up....... Did it again in the fall, then the next spring.....................
 
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Not many or Any campsites on Lanier where Alcohol is allowed... Just a FYI... I would say we get someone with a boat and hit that one Island on Lake Blueridge... Used to go there all the time and its a blast... No DNR Either.. Its a TVA Lake..
 
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