Please Read the Rules & Regulations and have a Safe 4th
Rule 26: Canopies allowed only on docks 6 & 7 with the following stipulations: * Cannot be left up overnight * Available on a first-come first-served basis (no reserving) * Do not secure to dock with screws or use dock screws * Walkway MUST be available to swim ladders at all times. * Click on the Rules book to see all Park Rules & Regulations.
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Cushing Park By Laws Revised
Please be aware that the Cushing Park Board of Governors revised Section 3 - Membership. Please click on the By Laws book to read more.
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New Georgia Boating Laws Effective May 15, 2013 Boating Under the Influence (BUI) Law: lowers the blood alcohol concentration for BUI to 0.08. New Life Jacket Requirement: Requires that children under 13 years old wear a personal flotation device (PFD) when aboard a moving vessel on Georgia waters. Effective July 1, 2014: New Boater Education Requirement: requires that anyone born on or after January 1, 1998 who operates any motorized vessel on Georgia waters must complete a boating education course approved by DNR prior to operation of such vessel. 100-Foot Law: Prohibits people from operating any vessel at a speed greater than idle speed within 100 feet of any vessel which is moored, anchored or adrift outside normal traffic channels, or within 100 feet of any wharf, dock, pier, piling, bridge structure or abutment, person in the water, or shoreline of any residence or public use area. It is also illegal for watercraft operators to jump the wake of another vessel within 100 feet. Click on the boat's wake for more detailed information and links to GA DNR videos.
New GA Gun Law does NOT allow you to carry on USACE property. Georgia’s House Bill 60, or the Safe Carry Protection Act of 2014 effective July 1, does not affect lakes and lands in Georgia managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Corps managed property is regulated by the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 36, part 327. Click on the Flag gun for full details.