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 and scenic lake in Georgia, the western arm of  Lake Tugalo is filled by the Tallulah River and the eastern arm is filled by the Chattooga River.  The lake’s canyon-like walls are an extension of Tallulah Gorge and, in some places, rise nearly 1,000 feet above the surface of the water.
Lake Tugalo is a beautiful 600-acre lake formed by the Tallulah and Chattooga rivers.  Owned and operated by the Georgia Power Company, Tugalo is on the South Carolina border near Clayton.  Outboard motors are restricted to 25 horsepower.

Lake Tugalo, near Tallulah Falls, is a 597-acre reservoir with 18 miles of shoreline. It is created by the Tallulah and Chattooga Rivers. Visitors to the lake can enjoy boating and fishing. Lake Tugalo, with no development, remains one of the most serene lakes in the state.

Owned and operated by the Georgia Power Company, Tugalo is on the South Carolina border near Clayton. Outboard motors are restricted to 25 horsepower.
Angling prospects are compiled by fisheries biologists and are based on sampling efforts of the Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR), knowledge of past fishing trends, angling experience and information provided by anglers and marina owners.