Georgia’s Lake Country

Georgia’s Lake Country is located just a little over an hour east of downtown Atlanta, 45 minutes south of the University of Georgia in Athens and 60 miles west of Augusta. This growing resort area is defined by Lake Oconee, a 19,000 acre reservoir flooded in 1980 and Lake Sinclair, just to the south.

Set in the rolling hills of Georgia’s Piedmont region, these Georgia Power Company lakes are important to the region as a source of hydroelectric power, a basin for water conservation and an attraction for wildlife. Within the surrounding counties, the nearby historic communities of Greensboro and Eatonton offer ample shopping, churches, industry and traditional small town living.

In addition, Lake Oconee’s magnificently planned gated communities offer luxury living, fabulous amenities and a comfortable recreational lifestyle that includes eight world-class golf courses, designed by some of America’s most noted golf architects.

Georgia’s Lake Country promises a unique living experience for those seeking a vacation or permanent living opportunity.


CITY OF GREENSBORO

Historic Downtown Greensboro is located in the heart of the lake area. Greensboro provides small-town living at its best with quaint downtown neighborhoods, shopping, dining and just a few minutes’ drive from Lake Oconee. For more information see the Greene County Chamber of Commerce Website at www.greenecoc.org.

CITY OF EATONTON

There is much to do in this growing lake community situated perfectly between Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair. You’ll discover dining, shopping, entertainment and storytelling aplenty in this home to Joel Chandler Harris and his famous tales of Uncle Remus. Additionally, Eatonton’s Plaza Arts Center is the host to world class entertainment including plays, concerts and community events. For more information go to www.eatonton.com.

RECREATION

Because of the many recreational opportunities created by the lakes, the area offers fabulous year-round fishing, boating and wonderful lakefront living. Recreational areas on the lakes are plentiful and provide easy access to boat ramps, public parks, public fishing and picnic facilities.


COMMUNITY ATTRACTIONS

The lake area offers a variety of dining, cultural and entertainment opportunities. For more detailed information see below:

• Georgia’s Lake Country www.oconee.org
• Visit Lake Oconee wwwvisitlakeoconee.com

Call Larry Bowers at 770-826-4137