Higher lake levels and improved camping sites are expected to draw more campers this upcoming season at Lake Lanier.

The reservation phone line already is jumping, said Brian Johnson, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ campground program manager.

Early numbers show “we’ll have more people in the campgrounds,” he said. “This will be a busy year.”

Old Federal and Bald Ridge are scheduled to open March 26;. Duckett Mill, Bolding Mill and Sawnee campgrounds open April 11; and Van Pugh South, a former day-use park converted to a campground, could have a later start.

“We’ve got some things we need to get done there,” Johnson said. “Right now, we’re not taking reservations online because it may open a little later.”

For those eager to try out the new campground, check updates at recreation.gov, Johnson said.

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