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Two Mile Creek Park in northeast Forsyth reopens with new look

NORTH FORSYTH — A popular Lake Lanier park operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reopened in northeastern Forsyth County.

Two Mile Creek Park, which totals some 30 acres, closed for improvements in mid-December.

Located off Bethel Road, it now features a 30-space boat trailer parking area, restroom and 32 picnic sites.

Also included are a .4 mile nature trail, about .75 miles of paved trails and a manned entry station. A designated beach will be developed when the buoy lines are installed. 

According to the corps, the major function of the park has not changed, but has been enhanced to provide universal access from all the parking areas to the paved trails, picnic sites, boat ramp area and courtesy dock. 

The park allows users to walk their pets, and has reportedly been designed with sustainability in mind.

A day use fee of $5 per vehicle is required to enter, however users are encouraged to buy an annual pass for $40.