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Information About Why Lake Peachtree is Looking Less Full
Lake Peachtree began filling up for the first time in 1957. It is a man-made lake and every 4 - 6 years it is lowered in the winter for maintenance. The lake is expected to begin filling back up in late March. What type of maintenance is needed?
This year it was decided to lowering the lake to help property owners on the western shore of the lake and to allow the city to analyze the Battery Way boat dock for future upgrades in infrastructure. Many of these property owners were needing to do some maintenance on their sea walls and docks. This type of maintenance is very difficult and often impossible to do with the water level being at normal height.
*We have posted pictures below with more information about the lake being lowered. We hope you find this information informative and useful. Enjoy!
Photos of Damaged Sea Walls on Lake Peachtree
Photos of The Boat Docks
This is a picture of the Pinecrest boat dock while Lake Peachtree is low.
This is a picture of the Battery Way Park/Dock when Lake Peachtree is lowered.
When Lake Peachtree is full these boats floating alongside their dock but now they are sitting in the mud.
Another picture of a boat dock on Lake Peachtree.
More Empty Lake Peachtree Photos
There were so many tree stumps!
Photo of the bridge on HWY 54 crossing Flat Creek.
More boat docks on Lake Peachtree without water.
Sinking deep into the mud.
The channel between the small island on Lake Peachtree.
Ducks enjoying the water on the Lake.
Trudging through the mud of what used to be Lake Peachtree.
The lake is frozen. The current was pushing the ice on shore and making a cracking sound.
This was one of the most unique tree stumps I saw on Lake Peachtree.
A big tree stump at the bottom of the lake.
Most of this tree stump is now gone.
More sand from Flat Creek.
This is taken under the bridge on HWY 54.
This is the silt collection from flat creek.
This is flat creek running through Lake Peachtree.
Drake field. This is where the dragon boats launch when the lake is full.
This is a picture of the All Children’s Park from the lake when lowered.
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