Lake Lanier Homes For Sale With Dock

Lake Lanier Homes For Sale With Dock

A lot of people start looking at Lake Lanier homes for sale and more often than not they want a lake house WITH a dock. When it comes to lake houses on Lake Lanier, if you want a dock, it better already have a dock, or already have a dock permit. If a Lake Lanier Home for sale is listed and it is noted “dock permit applied for,” DO NOT expect to get a dock, ever. It is rumored that there won’t be any more dock permits issued. According to the Gainesville Times, in 2015 there were only 30 permits left.

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The South’s Most Exciting Lake

Homes for sale on Lake Lanier real is regarded as the largest market in Georgia for lake homes as well as lake lots.

One of Georgia’s largest lakes, Lake Lanier has more than 700 miles of shoreline. The lake is also known as Lake Sidney Lanier.

About Lake Lanier

Convenient to Atlanta and the North Georgia Mountains

Lake Lanier is 38,000 acres with more than 700 miles of shoreline, making it the largest and most popular lake in Georgia. It is accessible from Hall, Forsyth, Dawson, Gwinnett, and Lumpkin counties. It is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, just 60 miles outside of Atlanta.

On the Water

Lake Lanier is one of the best boating spots in the country. All kinds of boats, from houseboats and power boats to kayaks and sailboats, are allowed. There are no speed limits on Lake Lanier, so watersports like jet skis and wakeboarding are enjoyed by many on this lake. There are also many peaceful, scenic places around the lake for kayaking and paddle boarding. You can get your boat in the water at the numerous boat ramps around Lake Lanier or at the ramps in the surrounding parks.

Fishing is also enjoyed on Lanier. Anglers can find several species of bass and catfish, as well as bluegill, crappie, trout, perch, walleye, and more. Lake Lanier is known for having massive fish, including a record 47-pound striped bass and huge catfish!

Around the Lake Lanier

A mile of beachfront, a beach, and a waterpark and a wave pool make up one of the most well-liked attractions in the region, Margaritaville at Lake Lanier Islands; it offers a luxury hotel, conference center, golf course, equestrian center, zip line, full-service day spas, and more.

During the winter, Margaritaville at Lake Lanier Islands hosts Magical Nights of Lights, a six-mile animated light display that ends with a holiday village featuring carnival rides, bonfires, a Santa shop, and a live nativity scene.

Popular places to eat around Lake Lanier include Fish Tales, Pelican Pete’s Tiki Bar and Grill, Pig Tales, Skoogies, and Twisted Oar. All of which are accessible by water!