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Lake Lanier Olympic Park - Sports Alliance

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Other Link Lake Lanier Olympic Park website


  1. ADA accessible
  2. Boat ramp
  3. Boathouse
  4. Courtesy dock
  5. Flatwater racing course
  6. Pavilion
  7. Picnic areas
  8. Stadium style seating
  9. Swimming course - open water

The Lake Lanier Olympic Venue was built for the 1996 Olympic Rowing and Canoe/Kayak Competitions. The original timing tower remains today and is the last remaining venue from the 1996 Olympic Games that continues to be used for its original purpose.

Two clubs operate out of the park: Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club and Lake Lanier Rowing Club. Both clubs host events and offer competitive and recreational programs.

Sporting and Recreational Activities

  • Canoe/Kayak
  • Fishing
  • Rowing
  • Swimming (Open Water)
  • Team Building
  • Wakeboard

Park Features and Amenities

  • Two courtesy docks
  • Eight-lane rowing course
  • 10-lane canoe/kayak course
  • Seven pocock wakeless launches
  • Four Carolina Skiffs
  • Large indoor training facility
  • Launch and recovery docks
  • Free, accessible parking
  • 1,500-seated grandstand
  • Timing/finish tower
  • Regatta-ready equipment
  • Concession area
  • Restrooms
  • Boat ramp
  • Beach with swim area
  • Picnic areas

A map of the Lake Lanier Olympic Park and the park amenities.