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20feb10:00 am5:00 pmNorth GA Boat & RV Show - 2021 Saturday

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North Georgia Boat and RV Show

Join us for our first-ever North Georgia Boat and RV Show at Gainesville Marina. The on-the-water show will be a fun-filled event for everyone.

Along with boats and RVs, various vendors will be attending the show. They include The Outside World, Soco Swings, Aqua Bar, Custom Silhouettes, and Dock IQ just to name a few.

Skogies restaurant and Tantrum Brewing Company will be there for food and craft beer.

Register for free tickets at EventBright.com.

Date: Fri Feb 19th – Sun Feb 21st

Time: 10 am – 5 pm

Location: Gainesville Marina, 2145 Dawsonville, Hwy

For more info: 770-536-2171, Gainesville Marina

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(Saturday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Gainesville Marina

2145 Dawsonville Hwy, Gainesville, GA 30501

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