• Black Rock Lake

    Black Rock Lake in Black Rock Mountain State Park: It is regularly stocked with rainbow trout. In addition, anglers fish for catfish, bream, yellow perch, and large-mouth bass (some weighing more

  • Lake Burton, Georgia

    With  2,800 acres and sixty-two miles of shoreline, Lake Burton is an excellent destination for water sports like boating, wakeboarding, tubing, water skiing and fishing. You can rent a boat

  • THE INNKEEPER’S COTTAGE at Lake Rabun Hotel

    Lake Rabun

    Lake Rabun A twisty 835-acre quaint mountain lake with twenty-five miles of shoreline. The Lake Rabun Association sponsors an annual Fourth of July Celebration with an antique wood boat parade

  • Lake Tugalo

    The fifth lake in the series, is a remote597-acre lake with eighteen miles of shoreline in Rabun and Habersham Counties, GA, and also in Oconee County, SC. Arguably the most serene

  • Seed Lake

    Seed Lake is a 240 acre lake with thirteen miles of shoreline sandwiched between Lake Burton and Lake Rabun. Seed Lake Campground offers primitive camping. Beach & picnic area. Seasonal wilderness campsites.

  • Tallulah Falls Lake

    This is the smallest of Georgia Power’s reservoirs, covering sixty-three acres with 3.6 miles of shoreline.  Impounded in 1912, it is also one of the oldest and is part of