For those who love the outdoors, Hall County offers a bounty of recreational
opportunities. The county is home to Lake Sidney Lanier, a 38,000-acre
lake built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The lake and its 607-mile
shoreline provide recreational activities for over 16 million visitors
annually. In fact, tourism in Hall County generates more than a quarter-billion
Aptly named the “hospitality capital of the world”
due to its friendly and gracious residents, Hall attracted worldwide
acclaim as host of Olympic rowing, canoe and kayak events in 1996.
Hospitality remains a tradition at such world-class resorts as Lake
Lanier Islands and nearby Chateau Elan.
While auto racing fans across the Southeast have long been familiar
with Lanier Speedway and Road Atlanta, an entirely new and international
audience has been drawn by Panoz Racing and the annual Petit LeMans.
Followers of U.S. pro football won’t want to miss the fantastic
new headquarters of the Atlanta Falcons in Flowery Branch, while
International football fans will be drawn to the state-of-the-art
facilities at Allen Creek Soccer Complex.
Experience for yourself the many sights, scenes and sensations
of Hall County, whether you’re here for a day or for a lifetime.
Recreation, Arts & Culture
Attractions & Resources
Online Parks Guide