Once you arrive, you'll find plenty of free parking. If you're towing a water craft trailer, you need to display a pass from the US Army Corps of Engineers. The park features two boat launches and a courtesy dock, where you can push off onto the serene Lake Lanier with your best pal on board. Don't forget the doggy life jacket!
This park has limited amenities, but it makes up for it with peace and quiet. There are no picnic tables or grills, but there are some benches and lovely grassy areas with tall shade trees where you can throw down a blanket and enjoy some snacks.
The beach itself is rocky, and you and your pal can easily access the water to splash and play. The beach is small, but the views of the lake are grand! You're guaranteed a tuckered out pup after a game of fetch in the water. The park is fairly popular among pet-parents, so there will likely be opportunities for your pal to enjoy some pawsitive socialization.
It's unclear as to whether dogs are officially allowed off-leash here, but park visitors don't seem to mind as long as you keep an eye on your dogs to ensure they don't get into any mischief. Please do your part in keeping this park clean by picking up after your pal, so be sure to bring clean up bags. Water and snacks are good too!
Tidwell Park at Lake Lanier gets tails wagging every time!