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Ice Skating at Magical Nights of Lights!

Thursday, December 12th, 2013

We are having SO MUCH FUN ice skating this year at Holiday Village! You should definitely plan to come out because there are so few places in and around Atlanta for you to enjoy one of the best holiday activities that can be found! We’ve got events going on all season, like skate parties with your favorite radio djs, and you can even come out and skate with the Gwinnett Gladiators!

Bring your friends and family to ice skate at our Verizon Wireless Ice Skating Rink during the holidays!

Only $12 per person (includes skates) for UNLIMITED skating that day. What a deal!

$10 gate fee per carload applies during day skate hours (11 am – 4pm).

*At 4 pm, gate pricing changes to Magical Nights of Lights pricing. Holiday House opens at 5 pm.

Check out our schedule of Skating Events below:

SKATE PARTY WITH KICKS 101.5 & TUG

DateFriday, November 22

SKATE NIGHT WITH 94.9 THE BULL WITH KRISTEN GATES

DateSaturday, November 23
Saturday, November 30
Sunday, December 15
Monday, December 23

SKATE EXHIBITION AND LESSONS WITH THE ATLANTA ICEFORUM SKATING ACADEMY

DateNovember 23rd

SKATE NIGHT WITH THE GWINNETT GLADIATORS

DateMonday, December 23

Give Back Thursdays at Lake Lanier Islands

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

Give Back Thursdays are back at Lake Lanier Islands in time for Magical Nights of Lights! We’re looking for donations again this holiday season, so help spread the cheer and bring bags full of donations for Goodwill to Magical Nights of Lights on Giveback Thursday and you’ll receive ½ off the Unlimited Carnival wristband at the Holiday Village. Limit 2 per carload.

The view from the top of The Flying Dutchman

Sunset Cove Fall and Winter Hours of Operation

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Attention fellow food and Lake Lovers! Today (Columbus Day) is the last day that Sunset Cove Restaurant and Cafe will be open during the week until Magical Nights of Lights Starts.

Sunset Cove Restaurant and Cafe is one of the most popular lakeside eating destinations on Lake Lanier. There aren’t a ton of places on the Lake where you can just dock your boat and walk right up to get some grub, and Sunset Cove frequently offers live music in addition to giant fire pits and big screen tvs for optimal sports-watching. But as winter approaches and temperatures begin to drop, we find that people are much less likely to want margaritas and ice cream, and much more likely to want soup and hot chocolate.

That’s why we’re very happy to announce that Sunset Cove will be getting some modifications in the near future to combat the encroaching cold. This information is hot off the presses, so check back regularly here, on our Facebook page, and Twitter page for more details as they come out!